Breast Reconstruction is our passion. We specialize in state-of-the art breast reconstruction procedures including the DIEP flap, SIEA flap, GAP flap, TUG flap, fat grafting, direct-to-implant, nipple-sparing mastectomy, and vascularized lymph node transfer.
To date we have performed over 7,000 breast reconstructions, including over 6,500 microsurgical flap procedures, making PRMA one of the leading centers in the World. We are also in-network for most US insurance plans.
By combining reconstructive excellence with cosmetic surgery expertise, our specialist surgeons strive to provide you with the best and most natural results possible.
Patients from across Texas, all corners of the US, and other countries come to PRMA to experience care and results that go beyond expectations. Please contact us today to learn about your breast reconstruction options.
On June 17th I had my DIEP flap reconstruction. I was in the hospital for a week and was given the intensive care that I needed and didn’t have any complications. Even though the recovery process was tough, I have no regrets. I think having a positive attitude is crucial when dealing with any form of cancer.
My experience communicating with PRMA was so unique and so positive compared to my experiences with other plastic surgery practices. At other places, I felt like I was being treated like a specimen, and like I was being TOLD what I should do with my body. From my very first conversation with PRMA, I felt like I was being treated like a human being, and that I was being ASKED what I wanted to do with my body.
Just a small note to thank Dr. Oscar Ochoa and his staff for making my surgery and healing process so easy! Everyone was always so kind to me and my family during this great adventure!
For me, arriving at the decision to do a DIEP flap reconstruction was simple. The key was finding the perfect surgeon for the task.
My daughter's wedding is in 2 weeks and I can't wait to wear that beautiful dress she picked out for me.
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