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Dr. Anne Peled is a breast, plastic, and reconstructive surgeon practicing in San Francisco. She is also an educator and innovator of novel breast surgery techniques and a breast cancer survivor.

#AskDrAnne Anne Peled, M.D. Answers Your Breast Cancer Surgery Questions April 19, 2019

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Anne Peled, M.D. answered many patients' questions about Breast Cancer Surgery and Breast Health on April 19, 2019.  We collected the questions below so you can watch the video and find answers to all of these questions at the times listed below:

2:20 How many women who choose to save their nipples end up getting cancer anyway, either if they have mastectomies for prophylactic or for cancer reasons?
3:25 Some surgeons are worried about the risk of necrosis after nipple sparing mastectomies, meaning that nipples might have healing problems or that some of the nipple tissue might not survive. How likely is this?
4:15 What should I expect from a recovery standpoint, after prophylactic mastectomies or mastectomies for cancer?
7:00 If I have large breasts, a small frame and a limited ability to use my own tissue, what are my reconstruction options?
8:20 Can gummy implants deflate?
10:05 How do I choose implant size?
11:30 Have you ever seen redness at the incision site, where the wound isn't infected?
12:50 How soon can I travel after breast reconstruction surgery?

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