It’s a surgical procedure that removes breast cancer while preserving the breast and reconstructing it to achieve a natural-looking appearance. The procedure combines the principles of oncology and plastic surgery to achieve the best possible outcome for the patient.

During the procedure, the surgeon removes the cancerous tissue, while taking care to preserve as much of the healthy breast tissue as possible. After the cancer is removed, the surgeon then reconstructs the breast using various techniques, such as implants or tissue flap procedures. The specific technique used will depend on the patient’s individual needs and preferences.

Before the procedure

Patients will undergo a thorough medical evaluation to ensure they are healthy enough for surgery. They may also need to undergo additional tests, such as a mammogram or ultrasound, to determine the extent of the cancer.

After the procedure

Patients will need to take time to recover. They may experience discomfort, swelling, and bruising for several weeks. The surgeon may prescribe pain medication to manage any discomfort. Patients will also need to follow specific instructions on caring for their incisions and drains.


Over time, patients will see a significant improvement in the appearance of their breasts, both in terms of size and shape. The results of oncoplastic breast surgery with reconstruction are typically long-lasting, but patients may need to undergo periodic check-ups and mammograms to ensure the cancer does not return.

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