Breast reconstruction is a surgical procedure that recreates a breast mound after a mastectomy or other significant breast tissue removal. It aims to restore the appearance of the breast, improve body symmetry, and help women regain confidence and a sense of wholeness following breast cancer treatment or other conditions that have resulted in breast loss. The procedure can be performed using various techniques, such as implant-based reconstruction or autologous (flap) reconstruction, depending on the patient’s individual circumstances and preferences. Breast reconstruction can be done immediately after a mastectomy or delayed until a later time, allowing women to make an informed decision about their options. It is often a collaborative effort involving a team of healthcare professionals, including Dr. Chahin, and oncologists, to ensure comprehensive care and optimal results.