Corrective Surgery

At PRMA, we frequently perform corrective surgery on patients who are unhappy with their results from surgery performed at other institutions.  This can involve anything from fine tuning to a complete "re-do" reconstruction depending on the specific situation.  Re-do surgery is typically covered by insurance.

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Patient Stories

Angela from Burren, Missouri,

After failed implant breast reconstruction, Angela chose to undergo DIEP flap breast reconstruction at PRMA Plastic Surgery

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Sharlene from Orlando, Florida,

Sharlene traveled from Orlando, Florida to PRMA in San Antonio, Texas to undergo DIEP flap breast reconstruction after failed implant reconstruction. Learn more about Lisa's journey here.

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Danae from San Antonio, Texas,

After experiencing complications with her implants, Danae chose to remove her implants and undergo DIEP flap breast reconstruction.

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Wanda from San Antonio, Texas,

After experiencing chronic pain following implant breast reconstruction, Wanda chose to remove her implants and undergo DIEP flap reconstruction.

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Michelle from Cheboygan, Michigan,

After experiencing discomfort from her implants and taking time to research all her options, Michelle chose to travel from Cheboygan, Michigan to PRMA in San Antonio, Texas to remove her implants and undergo DIEP flap breast reconstruction.

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Colleen from Deer Park, WA,

"Oh what I would give to have found PRMA before my mastectomy, prosthesis, implants and 6 plus years of not being satisfied. I thank God every day for bringing PRMA into my life and I thank them for doing what they do so well. My wish is that PRMA reaches as many women possible early on so they too can benefit from the amazing work that they do for breast cancer patients. I promote PRMA every chance I have!"

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Corrective Surgery

At PRMA, we frequently perform corrective surgery on patients who are unhappy with their results from surgery performed at other institutions.  This can involve anything from fine tuning to a complete "re-do" reconstruction depending on the specific situation.  Re-do surgery is typically covered by insurance.

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