SGAP Breast Reconstruction Result Photos
Our Center pioneered bilateral Superior Gluteal Artery Perforator (SGAP) breast reconstruction in 2005. The SGAP procedure is an advanced microsurgical technique that is used to rebuild the breast lost to mastectomy. Living fat is transplanted to the chest from unwanted excess from the upper hip region to give back volume and shape in the newly reconstructed breast while imparting a “butt lift” in the donor site. The Center for Restorative Breast Surgery is more experienced than any other facility in the world for this technique and the Center’s surgeons have lectured extensively around the world on its application.