Hidden Scar Breast Cancer Surgery
See yourself, not your scar
For some women, their scar may be an empowering sign of conquering breast cancer. But for other women, it can have an effect on their self-confidence, intimacy and body image. If you think Hidden Scar surgery may be the right approach for you, call (913) 227-0565 to schedule and consultation.
A simple mastectomy (or referred to as a total mastectomy) removes the breast tissue along with the majority of the breast skin and the nipple areola complex.
Nipple Sparing Mastectomy
A technique for mastectomy that removes the entire contents of the breast through a single incision on the outer side of the breast or in the inframammary fold (the natural crease beneath the breast), while preserving all of the breast skin in addition to the nipple-areolar complex.
Skin Sparing Mastectomy
A technique for mastectomy that removes the entire contents of the breast through a single incision around the areola while preserving all of the breast skin except the nipple-areolar complex.
Hidden Scar™ Mastectomy
An advanced surgical approach using an inframammary fold incision (the natural crease beneath the breast) that removes the underlying breast tissue while preserving the nipple-areolar complex and breast skin.
A breast conserving surgery (often referred to as a lumpectomy or partial mastectomy) removes only the tumor and a small area of surrounding healthy breast tissue but saves the majority of the breast, including the nipple area.
Hidden Scar™ Lumpectomy
An advanced approach that removes the tumor along with a small portion of the surrounding healthy tissue (margin), while preserving the majority of the breast, through a single incision hidden in one of three places.