The decision to have breast reconstructive surgery after a mastectomy isn’t always an easy choice. You want to choose a plastic surgeon with the skill, experience, and compassion to guide you through this sensitive process. Dr. Lloyd Hoffman is the plastic surgeon to see for Midtown Manhattan reconstructive breast surgery. Dr. Hoffman has the talent of a skilled surgeon with the artistry of a craftsman. He completed his general surgery training at Cornell/New York Hospital and went on to fellowships in plastic surgery, hand surgery and microsurgery at the Institute for Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery at New York University. Dr. Hoffman has been recognized nationally and internationally for his surgical skills, published works and his teaching abilities. Dr. Hoffman is completely focused on aesthetic and reconstructive surgery and devotes himself entirely to patient care. .
Plastic surgery is a surgical specialty involving the restoration, reconstruction, or alteration of the human body. Midtown Manhattan reconstructive breast surgery can be divided into two categories. The first category is reconstructive surgery which includes, but is not limited to, craniofacial surgery, hand surgery, microsurgery and the treatment of burns. The other is cosmetic or aesthetic surgery. While reconstructive surgery aims to reconstruct a part of the body or improve its functioning, cosmetic surgery aims at improving the appearance of it. Dr. Hoffman will discuss your concerns and all the surgical options that fit your needs and health goals.
Midtown Manhattan reconstructive breast surgery procedures are among Dr. Hoffman’s most performed procedures. All of his patients are treated with dignity, respectfully and compassionately. Breast reconstruction restores a natural, symmetrical appearance to the bosom, maintains body proportion, allows clothes to fit better, and most important of all, boosts self-confidence for women who have lost one or both breasts to mastectomy or who lack breasts due to a congenital or developmental abnormality. Dr. Hoffman strives to create a new breast and nipple that resemble the woman’s natural breast as closely as possible in shape, size and position. Women whose cancer seems to have been eradicated with mastectomy are the best candidates for breast reconstruction. Those with health problems such as obesity and high blood pressure and those who smoke are advised to wait. Others prefer to postpone surgery as they come to terms with having cancer, consider the extent of the procedure, or explore alternatives. There are several ways to reconstruct the breast, both with and without implants. Your breast surgeon and plastic surgeon work together with you in deciding which is best for you. Give us a call today and take the first step in creating a new contour and outlook.