Corrective Breast Reconstruction in New Orleans, LA

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What Is Corrective Reconstruction?

When breast reconstruction yields unsatisfactory results, whether due to pain or the way the breasts appear, corrective reconstruction may be recommended to optimize your situation. As a specialist in reconstructive plastic surgery, Dr. Mark Stalder is pleased to work with New Orleans, LA patients who aren't happy with their post-mastectomy breast reconstruction and want to revise their results. If your breast reconstruction didn't produce the results you wanted, or if you experienced a post-surgery complication that has compromised your new breasts, contact Stalder Plastic Surgery to learn about your options for corrective breast reconstruction.

How Does Corrective Breast Reconstruction Work?

The specifics of your surgery will depend on your reason for needing corrective reconstruction. When you visit our office in New Orleans, LA for your consultation, Dr. Stalder will go over your concerns and review your options as well as the results you can expect from your revision. A few potential reasons for corrective breast reconstruction include asymmetrical breasts, nipple placement or appearance, rippling, pain or infection from the reconstruction surgery, flap failure, or implant failure. All of these issues can be corrected during your corrective treatment.

Get the Look and Feel You Want

Reconstructive breast surgery should leave you feeling confident and more like yourself, but that may not be the case for a variety of reasons. Whatever your reason, if you are looking for an experienced plastic surgeon who can help you deal with complications and restore your look with corrective breast reconstruction, Dr. Stalder at Stalder Plastic Surgery may be able to help. Schedule a consultation at our office in New Orleans, LA to learn more about corrective reconstruction and other procedures we can offer to help you reclaim your confidence.

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How much does breast reconstruction surgery cost?

Breast reconstruction surgery can be complicated, so to get great results, you should focus on selecting a plastic surgeon who has years of training and experience like Dr. Stalder over the cheapest price. During your consultation, Dr. Stalder will listen to your needs and cosmetic goals before crafting your personal surgical plan. Once this is done, we can discuss costs, options for payment, and where to find low-interest financing.

Does insurance cover my surgery?

The WHCRA (Women's Health and Cancer Rights Act) of 1998 requires insurance policies that cover breast cancer surgery (mastectomy) to cover reconstruction surgery as well. If you have insurance, someone from Stalder Plastic Surgery will help explain your coverage. We will also help you submit any needed information and paperwork to your insurance carrier.

Which technique should I choose?

There is no single reconstruction technique that works for every patient. The recommended technique for you will depend on your concerns, wants, and physique. In your consultation, Dr. Stalder can discuss your choices, including both implants and flaps, so you can understand the benefits and challenges before you decide. Whether you decide on a flap or implants for reconstruction, Dr. Stalder will do his best to give you natural-looking results.

Dr. Stalder and his staff are awesome very professional and compassionate. Dr. Stalder, Abby & Jess treated me like family. I am very satisfied with my surgery & reconstruction Dr. Stalder is the best.Dr. Stalder explained everything in detail and what to expect regarding my double mastectomy & reconstruction. Dr. Stalder is the best.

S.B. Google

I had a double mastectomy with implants at Ochsner in 2021/2022. Post-surgery, I had chronic pain and my breasts were extremely hard and deformed. I was told for months that “It will get better” or “Give it a few more months”; however, the pain and discomfort never went away and I felt dismissed and unheard from my treatment team at Ochsner. I found Dr. Stalder through an internet search and made an appointment for consultation. Around October of 2022, we first met in his office where I voiced my symptoms and complaints and Dr. Stalder gave me what he thought my diagnosis was: capsular contracture. I thought he was crazy as my own plastic surgeon from Ochsner never once mentioned those words and Stalder had not even examined me. When I left, I searched capsular contracture on the internet and found that all of the photos showing this looked just like my breasts. I quickly booked the surgery with Dr. Stalder. Dr. Stalder performed my explant and flap surgery in January of 2023. I was told that I would likely need someone to stay with me for at least a week post-surgery. However, I was able to return home alone with friends to check on me for any needs. I went back to work in four weeks (six weeks is usually recommended). My second surgery to “smooth everything out and rearrange my nipples” was in June 2023. It was a same-day surgery and I was back to work in six days. I have had nothing but wonderful experiences at Dr. Stalder’s office. From Jessica at the front desk to Abbie (his PA) and most of all Dr. Stalder. He knows what he’s doing and his precision is excellent. He saved me from chronic pain and the thought that my breasts were always going to be deformed after my mastectomy. I would absolutely recommend him over and over again.

R.P. Google

Very caring doctor and staff. Extremely knowledgeable and helping breast reconstruction with several options. Just a wonderful wonderful doctor. You cannot go wrong with this doctor and his staff

D.K. Google

The best dr without a doubt and the staff is amazing. He was amazing with my surgery and my recovery.

M.C. Google

The office is beautiful and Dr. Stalder is a gem! Truly caters to your every need! I cannot recommend him enough!

D.L. Google

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