Oncoplastic breast reduction is typically reserved for women who have larger breasts, but may also be used for select women who have larger lumps removed from their breasts and require reconstruction to avoid any contour deformities.
The free-TRAM technique is a free flap technique that is similar to the popular TRAM breast reconstruction procedure. It allows your surgeon to reconstruct the breast with body tissues, not a prosthetic breast implant.
Dr. Collins offers several advanced breast reconstruction techniques, including implant based and free flap techniques.
TRAM Flap breast reconstruction is named after the Transverse Rectus Abdominus Myocutaneous Flap.
Breast augmentation is an option for women who want a larger, fuller breast size. Plastic surgeon Beth Collins M.D. has a special focus on this popular cosmetic procedure, along with many other surgical procedures of the breast.
Breast reduction, technically known as reduction mammaplasty, is designed for women with very large, pendulous breasts who may experience a variety of medical problems caused by the excessive weight, from back and neck pain and skin irritation, to skeletal deformities and breathing problems.
Breast lift surgery can elevate your breasts to a more youthful position. Also known as mastopexy, a breast lift is chosen by women who are affected by breast sagging (breast ptosis) caused by weight fluctuations or the aging process.