- APEX FlapCM
- “Stacked” DIEP Flap
- “BodyLift” Perforator Flap
- Hip Flap
- Corrective Breast Reconstruction
- Lumpectomy Repair
- Nipple Sparing Mastectomy
- Poland Syndrome
- “One Step” Implant Reconstruction
- BRCA Reconstruction
The photographs in the “Photo Albums” represent actual cases of breast reconstruction performed by physicians at The Center for Restorative Breast Surgery. These photographs are for educational purposes ONLY and should be used solely to assist those women who are contemplating our services. Individual results will vary based on patient age, body type, lifestyle, medical history, and other factors. Please consult The Center for Restorative Breast Surgery for information relevant to your case. These images may not be suitable for viewing by everyone.
The Center for Restorative Breast Surgery, affiliated with the St. Charles Surgical Hospital—the only hospital in the world dedicated to breast reconstruction for women facing breast cancer—was established to serve as a dedicated center of excellence for women seeking the most advanced methods of breast reconstruction. Craig A. Blum, MD; Frank J. DellaCroce, MD, FACS; Scott K. Sullivan, MD, FACS; Chris Trahan, MD, FACS; and M. Whitten Wise, MD are pioneers in the art of rebuilding breasts lost to cancer, preventive mastectomy, developmental defects, and deformities associated with previous surgery. Their sophisticated microsurgical techniques allow for recreation of the breast with natural tissue while preserving strength and restoring beauty. Together, with Board Certified Breast Surgical Oncologists W. Karl Ordoyne, M.D., FACS and Alan Stolier, M.D., FACS, they comprise a group of international leaders in breast cancer surgery options, pioneering groundbreaking procedures including nipple sparing mastectomy, the Stacked DIEP, the Gluteal Hip Flap, the BODY LIFT Flap®, and the APEX Flap. They have performed thousands of breast reconstruction procedures for women facing breast cancer, seeking BRCA risk reduction, or searching for solutions to existing breast deformities. Their Center is tailored and staffed to cater to the needs of clientele who travel from all over the world for their services. For more information please visit www.breastcenter.com or www.scsh.com.
The Center for Restorative Breast Surgery is affiliated with the
St. Charles Surgical Hospital.