Breast Cancer Surgery

It is estimated that 1 in 8 women will be diagnosed with breast cancer. Luckily, with breast cancer awareness at an all-time high, detection rates and survival have improved dramatically over the past several decades. In some abnormal or inconclusive mammograms, a biopsy is indicated to determine if the breast abnormality is benign or malignant. Most abnormalities involve something other than breast cancer.

Hearing that you may need breast surgery is a frightening prospect, but we strive to offer the safest and most effective up to date procedures. Common breast-related diagnostic and treatment procedures may include:

Non-Cancer Surgery

Breast Cancer Surgery

Breast Conserving Surgery

Nipple Sparing Mastectomy

Breast Biopsy

Sentinel Node Biopsy

Breast Reconstructions (with a consulting plastic surgeon)

Hidden Scar Breast Cancer Surgery

Breast Cancer Risks

Learn how family history, heritage and other factors can increase your breast cancer risk.

Treatment Procedures

Breast cancer treatments are getting better all the time, and people have many more options today than ever before.

Main Office

3 Mobile Infirmary Cir, Suite #212,
Mobile, AL 36607

Springhill Medical Center

3715 Dauphin St. Building 2 Suite 6D
Mobile, AL 36608