Procedures: Hidden Scar Mastectomy

Patients who are candidates for this surgery preserve their breast skin – including the nipple and areola.

Hidden Scar Mastectomy: Procedure Details

This technique begins with an incision under the arm, under the breast fold, around the nipple or down the bottom of the breast below the bra line. Reconstruction involves using a one of the perforator flap techniques (DIEP, or GAP), with the relocated tissue filling in and shaping the breast

Hidden Scar Mastectomy

Advances in microsurgery and breast surgery allow us to perform mastectomy with hidden scars as in a breast lift or augmentation, without leaving scars on the breast skin. Patients who are candidates for this surgery preserve their breast skin – including the nipple and areola. Ultimately, it is a choice between the patient and their breast surgeon if they are candidates for this surgery.

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Post Procedure Care

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Expert Medical Team

Meet our dedicated surgical team who are at the forefront of breast reconstruction surgery and committed to our patients.

Want More Information? Read “Ask the Doctor” Blog Series Below:

Q&A: Ask The Doctor

Q: Hello. I'm having a mastectomy of left breast and was wondering if you know where I might find a mastectomy fitter here in North Carolina. If not, do you have a suggestion of where I can buy the right bra for me that fits my new body well with only one breast?...

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Q&A: Ask The Doctor

Q: I was wondering if I would be able to schedule a phone consult? I was recently diagnosed BRCA1 positive in April 2019. I have been working with a breast surgeon and plastic surgeon in the Midwest and I am interested in a double mastectomy with immediate DIEP...

Survivor EMPOWERED – Meet Local Breast Cancer Advocate Shana Brown

We've been thrilled to help Shana with goody bags for her October Celebration events for the past several years.    We've asked Shana to share her "In Her Words" story about how she was inspired to start and continue to host these successful fundraising events.  Be...

Previvors: Family History and Breast Cancer Risk

Abby recently found out that she has a family history of breast cancer -- she has a cousin and a grandmother who have both been diagnosed at different stages. Abby is 37 years old and doesn’t have breast cancer, but the idea that she might have a higher risk of...

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