Oncoplastic breast conservation surgery is a procedure that is performed in conjunction with a lumpectomy in order to preserve, and reconstruct breast tissue that is affected by breast cancer. When lumpectomies are performed, the remaining tissue that is left on the breast is used to sculpt the breast, realign the nipple and the areole in order to restore the natural breast shape and appearance. In most cases, the opposite breast will also be modified in order to create a sense of symmetry on the chest. Oncoplastic breast conservation surgery is considerate to what women have to live with for the rest of their lives and should be an integral part of treatment for women with breast cancer, as oncoplastic surgery aims to achieve good aesthetic outcomes for woman who would have unacceptable outcomes with other BCS techniques that are offered and performed on women with breast cancer.

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