Testimonials about Dr. Boehmler

Testimonials about Dr. Boehmler

As seen in Breast Reconstruction Associates site, Dr. James H. Boehmler has published research papers on microsurgery and breast reconstruction and has given presentations at local, regional, and national Plastic Surgery meetings aside from being a plastic surgeon. He is proud to be board certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery. In his limited free time, he enjoys barbecue, reading, church activities, golf and football. It is a no joke that he has accomplished a lot in his field. However, getting to know him more from his patients is better than getting to know him based on his credentials. One patient praised Dr. Boehmler as an awesome doctor. He kept her family informed during her 6 hours of surgery. His bedside manners were great; kept her updated on her condition and kept her as comfortable as he could. She was very pleased with the care she has received from Dr. Boehmler. Another patient commented that Dr. Boehmler was able to answer all her questions. She felt comforted in their care at the same time. One patient from Fort Worth not only praised Dr. Boehmler as one of the great doctors, but also praised the great staff. All in all, Dr. Boehmler is like the few doctors who are not only expert in his specific field but also empathized women on the struggles they have been feeling. For more information on how the team can help, check out the Breast Reconstruction Associates location and details around the Texas...
Dr. Habash as a Plastic Surgeon from His Patients

Dr. Habash as a Plastic Surgeon from His Patients

All doctors at Breast Reconstruction Associates have one goal and that is to offer a woman with breast cancer state of the art breast reconstruction through a team approach of compassionate and individualized care. That is one of the reasons why their patients highly recommend them. One of the doctors that is highly recommended by patients in Breast Reconstruction Associates is Dr. Habash. He is one of the plastic surgeons who focused his practice solely on breast reconstruction ensuring that he is able to stay up to date on the latest options available. There are quite a number of patients who have been referred to Dr. Habash. One patient mentioned that Dr. Habash offered her the DIEP Flap, also known as the deep inferior epigastric flap, for breast reconstruction and she was happy with the outcome.  Not only was she happy about the outcome, she was also very grateful for the assistance and caring of the staffs. Moreover, just like the other doctors at Breast Reconstruction Associates, Dr. Habash does not only treat his patients through surgery. He and his staffs also treat them through words and care. It is few of the key factors why patients gain more confidence within themselves before, during and after their surgery; for doctors like Dr. Habash and the staffs understand what breast cancer survivors have been through and knows what they need the most. To know more about the inner thoughts of several satisfied patients on the staffs and doctors like Dr. Habash, visit our Testimonials...
How Do You Make a Nipple?

How Do You Make a Nipple?

Nipple reconstruction is usually a part of the final stage of reconstruction. A nipple reconstruction can be done as an office procedure, but sometimes is incorporated with revision of the reconstruction in the operating room. In our practice we perform the nipple reconstruction, and then tattooing of the areola as a separate procedure. In simple terms, the nipple is made from elevating skin and folding it in a way that leaves a ‘nub’ of skin that looks like a nipple. In medical terms we refer to the skin elevation as “elevating a flap”, and the flaps described for nipple reconstruction are numerous. We may use a different flap design based on the needed size, width, or projection – either to match the other side (for one–sided reconstruction) or based on the patient’s goals (for two–sided reconstruction). Importantly, though the final product may strongly resemble an actual nipple, the reconstructed nipple does not have sensation or ability to change with temperature changes, and lacks erogenous sensation. You can also watch the following — min video to see the specific steps involved in a nipple reconstruction done in the...