The following images are from actual patients treated by Dr. Elisabeth Potter who have undergone Nipple Sparing surgery.
This patient, a 45 year-old female with a history of right breast cancer and the CHEK2 gene mutation, underwent a bilateral nipple sparing mastectomy and immediate reconstruction with DIEP flaps and implant placement. She followed with one revision surgery.
After testing positive for a genetic susceptibility to breast cancer, this patient, age 35, underwent a bilateral nipple sparing mastectomy followed by immediate DIEP flap reconstruction. Later, she added bilateral implants under her breast flaps for augmentation purposes.
This patient, age 52, was diagnosed with a breast cancer genetic susceptibility. She opted for a prophylactic nipple sparing bilateral mastectomy with immediate DIEP flap reconstruction.
This patient, age 49, diagnosed with the BRCA 1 gene mutation, underwent a bilateral nipple sparing mastectomy and immediate DIEP flap reconstruction. She opted for one revision surgery.
Because of a left breast cancer recurrence, this 48 year-old female patient opted for bilateral nipple-sparing mastectomies and immediate reconstruction with DIEP flaps in 2017. She had one revision surgery with fat grafting in 2018.