The Free TRAM flap breast reconstruction method offered at our New Jersey surgical practice is another method of breast reconstruction that does not require the use of implants.
After the newly crafted breast is in place, our skilled surgeons use microsurgery techniques to connect veins and arteries to the new breast tissue. Using the free TRAM flap breast reconstruction method, patients at our New Jersey practice suffer fewer healing complications. By taking special care to construct fully formed and functioning blood circulation pathways, the surgeons at the Institute of Advanced Reconstruction ensure that the newly transplanted tissue will remain healthy and heal smoothly.
Using the free TRAM flap breast reconstruction method, our surgeons are able to provide more successful breast reconstruction procedures to patients who possess an elevated surgical risk factor due to diabetes, obesity, or smoking. The free TRAM flap breast reconstruction method is an especially good choice for New Jersey patients who have considered undergoing abdominoplasty in the past. Once the section of muscle is removed, the abdominal skin is tightened, providing the patient with a smoother, more defined abdomen. Free TRAM flap procedures can, however; result in a weakening of the abdominal muscles.