Dr. Lisa Cassileth of Cassileth Plastic Surgery went on CBS News to explain some of the reasons why so many women are undergoing breast explant surgery also known as breast implant removal.
Dr. Lisa Cassileth and Dr. Leslie Memsic, in the operating room as they perform a nipple-sparing mastectomy and direct to implant breast reconstruction, also known as direct-to-implant one-stage breast reconstruction.
Dr. Lisa Cassileth, breast specialist explains and illustrates her breast correction procedure for a patient with severe breast asymmetry, this surgery included a breast reduction on one side, and fat-grafting to the other. The patient was thrilled with her new breasts.
Sometimes when cancerous cells have effected the nipple, it is necessary to have it removed during a mastectomy. Dr. Cassileth creates a 3D nipple, using that patient’s own tissue and the Skate flap method, resulting in a very natural looking nipple.
Dr. Lisa Cassileth explains why it’s important to have have a good general surgeon in order to have a better breast reconstruction.
Dr. Lisa Cassileth of Cassileth Plastic Surgery explains what causes Muscle Flex Deformity — where breast implants move downward when the chest muscles are flexed.
Tuberous breasts occur when the breast is constricted at the base as it develops. Watch Dr. Cassileth correct tuberous breasts.