Tissue Expander to Implant

The most common method of breast reconstruction currently performed in the US uses tissue expanders and breast implants, usually with an ADM (acellular dermal matrix) such as Alloderm. This is usually performed as a multiple-step procedure starting with tissue expanders. In certain select cases, implant breast reconstruction can be performed in a single-stage ("direct to implant").

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Carrie from San Antonio, Texas,

With my final surgery behind me, my mind at ease and an awesome pair of reconstructed breasts, I thank you!

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Debbie from Spring Branch, Texas,

She told me I had to get in with the “Rock Stars.” I had no clue what she was talking about, but she gave me a number and told me to get an appointment as soon as possible and told me PRMA has the BEST doctors around for reconstruction. I took her word and jumped with a leap of faith, made the call, and got my appointment within a week.

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Amanda from Schertz, Texas,

I have to say that going to PRMA makes me feel at ease

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Tissue Expander to Implant

The most common method of breast reconstruction currently performed in the US uses tissue expanders and breast implants, usually with an ADM (acellular dermal matrix) such as Alloderm. This is usually performed as a multiple-step procedure starting with tissue expanders. In certain select cases, implant breast reconstruction can be performed in a single-stage ("direct to implant").

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