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Dr. Pankaj Tiwari, is a board-certified plastic surgeon who focuses on breast reconstruction with advanced microsurgical techniques (DIEP and GAP flaps) and the treatment of lymphedema.
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Top Tips For An Easier Breast Lift Recovery

Category: , Posted on: February 25, 2022 Updated on: August 2, 2023 | Author:

For some people, breast augmentation is probably the only breast surgery procedure that comes to mind. This is understandable since breast augmentation continues to be the most popular breast enhancement surgery available. But for women who have done their homework, have found that breast lift is another option worth considering. As a matter of fact,... Continue Reading

Should I Get A Postpartum Breast Lift to Correct Changes in My Breast?

Category: Posted on: February 14, 2022 Updated on: August 2, 2023 | Author:

The journey to motherhood is one of the most fulfilling experiences a woman can have in her life. From the moment she discovers her pregnancy, carrying her child over the course of 9 months, to finally holding her baby – motherhood is full of priceless moments. But like any journey, this one has its ups... Continue Reading

Choosing Between Lumpectomy vs. Mastectomy: What’s Best for Me?

Category: Posted on: January 28, 2022 Updated on: August 2, 2023 | Author:

Every woman diagnosed with early-stage breast cancer faces an important decision about what type of surgery to have. A mastectomy, the removal of one or both breasts, used to be the routine surgical treatment for breast cancer because it could reduce the risk of recurrence. However, a breast tumor does not leave patients with only... Continue Reading

Will Covid-19 Vaccine Side Effects Impact My Mammogram Results?

Category: Posted on: January 27, 2022 Updated on: August 2, 2023 | Author:

In 2021, radiologists across the country noticed an unusual pattern in the results of their patients’ routine screening mammograms. It showed abnormally enlarged lumps forming in the armpit, a sign that points towards cancer developing in the body. These results prompted a study by the University of Pennsylvania to establish why more people were exhibiting... Continue Reading

Living Flat After Mastectomy: What Patients Are Saying About Flat Closure

Category: Posted on: April 20, 2021 Updated on: August 2, 2023 | Author:

In a study by the Journal of Clinical Oncology, roughly 25% of double-mastectomy patients and 50% of single-mastectomy patients opt out of reconstructive surgery. And experts have noted the following reasons as to why they choose this route post-op: Health issues that make multiple surgeries inadvisable for their bodies The need to recover quickly and... Continue Reading

Breast Implant Infection and Explant Surgery

Category: Posted on: November 15, 2019 Updated on: August 2, 2023 | Author:

I had the pleasure some months ago to speak to WLWT Cincinnati about the importance of breast implant removal, or explant surgery, to address infections or other associated issues. A lot of women who experience these complications seem to have an extremely difficult time finding a surgeon willing and able to perform the surgery. It... Continue Reading

DIEP Flap Reconstruction After Explant Surgery

Category: Posted on: March 25, 2019 Updated on: August 2, 2023 | Author:

Many of our patients have undergone prior bilateral mastectomy for breast cancer and are now faced with the tough decision of implant removal due to breast implant illness symptoms. Some of these patients elect to remain flat with an even, balanced incision closure after implant removal. Other patients, though, seek to achieve a natural breast... Continue Reading

Going Flat After Mastectomy

Category: Posted on: January 30, 2019 Updated on: May 7, 2024 | Author:

In our practice, we see an increasing number of patients who have undergone prior mastectomy and have chosen to forgo any breast reconstruction procedures. Unfortunately, these patients are oftentimes left with excess skin and soft-tissue at the inframammary fold area – the lateral trunk area – and sometimes overhanging their mastectomy incision. Many of these... Continue Reading

Breast Implant Associated Autoimmune Disease Study Review

Category: , Posted on: November 29, 2018 Updated on: August 2, 2023 | Author:

Over the past year, our practice has seen an increasing number of patients for implant removal consultation. These are patients who have had implants in place for either cosmetic or reconstructive reasons. Patients have presented with a myriad number of complaints which have included many neurologic concerns not limited to memory loss, brain fog, dizziness,... Continue Reading

Will Silicone Implants Make Me Heavier?

Category: Posted on: September 3, 2018 Updated on: August 2, 2023 | Author:

When the FDA approved the use of silicone implants as a safe alternative to saline implants in 2006, the move began discussing which implant type was superior. With the advantages and disadvantages of each type of implant, patients are given a choice as to which they would want to use for their breast augmentation. No... Continue Reading