Transverse Rectus Abdominis Myocutaneous Flap in Palm Beach

If you are a survivor of breast cancer and have recently undergone a mastectomy, Transverse Rectus Abdominis Myocutaneous Flap surgery in West Palm Beach is a reconstructive option you might wish to explore. The TRAM Flap procedure uses a patient’s own muscle, skin, and tissue rather than an implant. The material is most often removed from the abdomen, where most women naturally have excess skin and fat. Because the material used for reconstruction is harvested from a patient’s own body, the result is a more natural looking breast. Not only are the results more natural-looking, but many patients take comfort in knowing that they won’t have to worry about a foreign-body reaction, nor will they experience capsular contractions that may occur with implants.

Dr Hayn was so kind, caring, and gentle with me. I was so nervous going for the consulation, and for the surgery but he has a way of really making his patients calm especially if they are nervous/embarassed about a condition. He was really funny and made me feel very comfortable with him.

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This procedure is performed under general anesthesia and often requires about a week of bed rest to help the body heal. It is also typically recommended that patients avoid heavy lifting or over exertion.

For more information on TRAM Flap surgery, contact Plastic Surgery of Palm Beach to schedule a complimentary consultation. During your appointment, you will have the opportunity to sit down with one of our board-certified plastic surgeons to discuss the details of the procedure and what type of outcome you can expect.

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Palm Springs, FL 33461 United States
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Wellington, FL 33414 United States
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Jupiter, FL 33458 United States
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