Breast Reconstruction

In Tracy, CA, Dr. Thomas McNemar can reconstruct the breast after a mastectomy due to cancer or other disease. Breast reduction is often covered by many HMOs after breast cancer surgery and legislation is currently before Congress to enact mandatory coverage. Using the newest medical techniques, Dr. McNemar is often able to create a breast that is similar in form and appearance to that of the natural breast.

For women living in such California communities as Tracy, Modesto, and Stockton, breast reconstruction offers the ability to restore breast appearance and achieve a more complete recovery after mastectomy. Request a Consultation online at Dr. McNemar’s San Ramon or Tracy locations and receive a complimentary excerpt from Dr. McNemar’s new book, Breast Augmentation & Body Contouring, which includes information you need to know to help you achieve a satisfying plastic surgery experience.

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For Women Considering Reconstruction

Most mastectomy patients are medically appropriate for reconstruction, and many choose to undergo reconstruction at the same time that the breast is removed. The best candidates, however, are women whose cancer, as far as can be determined, seems to have been eliminated by mastectomy.

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For some women, there are legitimate reasons to wait. Many women aren’t comfortable weighing all the options while they’re struggling to cope with a diagnosis of cancer. Others simply don’t want to have any more surgery than is absolutely necessary. Some patients may be advised by Dr. McNemar to wait, particularly if the breast is being rebuilt in a more complicated procedure using flaps of skin and underlying tissue. Women with other health conditions, such as obesity, high blood pressure, or smoking, may also be advised to wait. Being informed by Dr. McNemar about your reconstruction options before surgery can help you prepare for a mastectomy with a more positive outlook for the future.

When searching for a plastic surgeon in Modesto, San Ramon, or Walnut Creek to perform reconstruction plastic surgery, consider Dr. McNemar. Many patients are delighted by the results he can achieve. Request a Consultation today and receive a complimentary excerpt from Dr. McNemar’s new book. Or, call (209) 834-0626 for our San Ramon office or (925) 967-2804 for our Tracy office to make your appointment.

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