Breast Cancer Mastectomy Reconstruction with High and Hard Breast Implant After

Breast Cancer can be life-changing and affects a large population of women globally. Whether it’s radiation, chemotherapy, medication, or other treatment, the goal is to address the cancer and return the patient to being cancer-free.

Part of this methodology may include breast mastectomy with reconstruction. The breast tissue is removed and then rebuilt or reconstructed.

Reconstruction can be done at the same time as the mastectomy (immediate reconstruction) or later (delayed reconstruction).

Breast reconstruction can be done with or without implants.

There is no one reconstruction method that is better than another. Each method has advantages and disadvantages.

Breast reconstruction with implants is less invasive, but the look and feel of implanted breasts are less natural.

Reconstruction surgery leaves more scars. These surgeries are longer and have a higher risk of problems.

Capsular contracture is one of the substantial complications of breast cancer patients undergoing post-mastectomy radiotherapy following an immediate implant-based breast reconstruction. Although surgeons employ several preventative strategies, such as thorough health screenings, minimal implant handling, and under-the-muscle placement, capsular contracture still happens.

Capsular contracture manifests as fibrosis and coarseness, with severe cases including deformation and asymmetric appearance. Capsular contracture can be mild firmness to severe hardness. It can cause the breast to ride high and distort the appearance of one or both breasts.

Surgeons are at odds regarding how to resolve this capsular contracture quandy and may opt to remove the implant or capsule with a procedure called a capsulectomy. The issue that arises is this type of surgery can be costly, risky and has a very high rate of resulting in another capsule despite a surgeon’s best efforts. The good news is that there is a non-surgical option. It is called the Aspen After Surgery Treatment.

The Aspen After Surgery Treatment is the only non-surgical therapeutic option that can treat and even prevent capsular contracture after surgery.

The Aspen After Surgery Treatment is a 3-part approach:

The first part is the application of a very specific sound wave process that introduces painless ultrasound waves to the surface of the hardening implant. Once softened, the therapist’s mobilization or stretching of the capsule begins via Particular massage like motions.

The final step is educating the patient on proper stretches and application of compression garments to properly position and soften the implant.

There is a 30 day program as well as Fast Track option that can be done in 5 days for those that qualify. Virtual evaluations can be done from anywhere in the world to see if you qualify and properly diagnose your condition.

The Aspen After Surgery Center is an International Fly In clinic in South Florida that treats celebrities, politicians, and some of the world’s most demanding clients that want the best for themselves but more importantly want to avoid surgery.

For Information on this treatment, please contact our clinical specialist line at : 818-478-9208 or email: info@aspenaftersurgery.com

A Clinical Coordinator can help you set up a Virtual Evaluation with a clinical specialist and see if you qualify for the non -surgical option.