By: Dr. David Light
Deep Inferior Epigastric Perforator (DIEP) flaps are the most common natural tissue reconstruction we perform in our practice.
A modern DIEP flap is more than just transferring skin and fat from the abdomen to the breasts. Over the upcoming weeks I’ll will be talking more about what goes into a successful DIEP flap, including how to optimize breast shape, preserve muscle tone & avoid abdominal wall bulges, and restoration of sensation to the breasts after mastectomy. You can follow me on Instagram @dr.davidlight or check back soon for more information.
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