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After breast reconstruction

Breast reconstruction can bring many women who have faced mastectomies closer to a natural breast shape. Sometimes, additional surgeries after reconstruction can help balance a natural and reconstructed breast to make them as symmetrical as possible.

Basal and Squamous Cell Carcinoma

U-M Dermatology Cutaneous Surgery & Oncology Program, part of the U-M Multidisciplinary Comprehensive Cancer Center, is a leader in Mohs surgery, which offers high cure rates and the best cosmetic results for those who’ve been diagnosed with basal cell carcinoma or squamous cell carcinoma and are candidates for the procedure.

Breast Augmentation Surgery


Breast augmentation is a surgical procedure to enlarge or change the shape of a women’s breast. It is one of the most common procedures and typically achieves positive results.

Breast Cancer

At the University of Michigan Breast Care Center, we treat the entire woman. It's not just about attacking the cancer; it's also about nurturing the emotions. 

Breast Lift Surgery

There are many reasons a woman may be interested in a breast lift. Some survivors of breast cancer may be optimizing their breast reconstruction

Breast Reconstruction Surgery

Breast reconstruction is the process of making a new breast after a woman has had her breast removed due to breast cancer. At U-M, we recognize the real importance this procedure can have for a breast cancer patient.

Breast Reduction Surgery

Women with very large breasts may experience back or shoulder pain, grooves on their shoulders from bra straps, difficulty exercising, and stress around clothing options. With breast reduction surgery, or mammoplasty, a patient may find relief of these physical and emotional symptoms.

Buttock/Thigh Lift

A buttock/thigh lift, also known as a thighplasty, lifts and tightens loose skin, improving the contour of the thigh and buttock area.


The University of Michigan Rogel Cancer Center provides comprehensive cancer care, cutting-edge treatment, plus new therapies and clinical trials through our multidisciplinary cancer clinics.

DIEP flap breast reconstruction

Some reconstruction options are “flap” procedures, during which your own tissue, taken from a different area of your body, is used to recreate the breast. Using your tissue instead of implants typically makes for more natural results and avoids unique complications associated with breast implants.


All types of breast reconstruction can be done either at the same time the cancerous breast is removed or later--even years later. Your doctor may suggest that one option is better for you, depending on your body and your health.

Implant reconstruction

The process of breast reconstruction using implants may involve one or two stages, often depending on the individual patient's breast size.

Male Breast Reduction

Gynecomastia is the medical name for enlarged male breasts. This condition can be alleviated through breast reduction surgery.


The University of Michigan Multidisciplinary Melanoma Clinic is one of the leading melanoma centers in the world, offering a comprehensive approach to the diagnosis and treatment of the disease.

Merkel Cell Carcinoma

The University of Michigan Merkel Cell Carcinoma Clinic offers a multidisciplinary approach to the care and management of patients with this rare form of skin cancer, and was one of the first clinics in the country created solely to diagnose and treat the disease.

Natural tissue reconstruction

There are two main types of breast reconstruction: an implant reconstruction and a natural tissue reconstruction, known as "flap" procedures.

Non-surgical options

For many reasons, women may choose to live without breast reconstruction. They may feel comfortable with their bodies after their breast cancer surgeries or may not wish to undergo another procedure. Women who opt against breast reconstruction surgeries can either live without a breast replacement or use prosthesis.


A panniculectomy surgically removes a pannus. A pannus is excess skin and adipose (fatty) tissue, sometimes referred to as an apron, that hangs down over the genitals and/or thighs.

Plastic Surgery

The University of Michigan’s section of Plastic Surgery is a nationally recognized leader in cosmetic, reconstructive and pediatric plastic surgery. 

Reconstructive Burn Surgery

Some patients may need reconstructive burn surgery after the initial burn wounds have healed. This type of care is usually provided by a plastic surgeon. The goals of reconstructive burn surgery are to improve both the function and the cosmetic appearance of burn scars. This involves altering scar tissue, with both non-operative and operative treatment.

Scar Revision

A natural way of healing lost or damaged skin, scars are something that many people live with even if they are uncomfortable or unattractive. The University of Michigan’s section of Plastic Surgery is a nationally recognized leader in reconstructive and cosmetic surgery including the treatment of scars.

Skin Cancer

The University of Michigan Skin Cancer Program prides itself on being one of the leading centers in the world to treat - and help prevent - skin cancers of all types.

TRAM flap reconstruction

Flap reconstruction options use your existent tissue, taken from a different area of your body, to recreate the breast. One common flap procedure is known as TRAM, or traverse rectus abdominal muscle, flap reconstruction. To complete this operation, surgeons use tissue from your lower abdomen to create a new breast.