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Breast and Gynaecological Surgery

At our Breast and Gynaecological Surgery department, we believe that every woman is unique and therefore every care pathway is completely personalised.

Our Breast and Gynaecological Surgery department has been set up to optimise the care and management of each patient.

Our teams provide the following care:

  • Treatment of breast cancer and breast reconstruction: Breast cancer is the most common cancer in women worldwide. There are several types of breast cancer, but the most common is ductal carcinoma in situ (DCIS). DCIS is considered non-invasive and is treated without surgery, in the form of a tumourectomy. Breast reconstruction after mastectomy can be done immediately after a mastectomy or later, depending on the type of mastectomy.
  • Gynaecological and plastic surgery: Gynaecological and plastic surgery is the surgical treatment of gynaecological conditions and aesthetic procedures. It also includes the treatment of male conditions.
  • Cosmetic surgery: Cosmetic surgery is a medical procedure to change the appearance of various parts of the body. Cosmetic surgery can be performed on any part of the body, but most cosmetic surgery is performed on the face and neck, breasts and buttocks, and abdomen.
chirurgie du sein et de la femme
Chirurgie du cancer du sein


Breast cancer surgery is a procedure used to treat breast cancer. It can be done by tumourectomy or total mastectomy.

Breast cancer surgery is used to remove suspicious or malignant lesions in the breast and surrounding areas.

The tumour is removed by cutting and removing the tissue, which may include some of the underlying muscle, lymph nodes and other normal tissue.

A total mastectomy involves the removal of both breasts and the immediate area of the chest wall below the collarbone.

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Cosmetic breast surgery, also known as breast augmentation, is a medical procedure designed to improve the size and shape of a patient’s breasts.

There are several surgical techniques, each with its own advantages and disadvantages.

The most common procedure is breast augmentation using saline or silicone implants, which are placed under or above the pectoral muscle.

This procedure is often performed on women who want to restore their breast size after losing weight or having a mastectomy for cancer.

Women with smaller breasts but large nipples can also undergo reduction mammoplasty to achieve a balanced appearance.

Chirurgie du visage et de la silhouette


Facial and aesthetic surgery (commonly known as plastic surgery) is the branch of medicine concerned with the correction or restoration of form and function, and the treatment of disease, by surgery of the external parts of the body.

The scope of surgery includes all organ systems, but most commonly involves the musculoskeletal and integumentary systems.

Plastic surgery is often performed in conjunction with other types of surgery. In this case, plastic surgery can be considered as a branch of surgery that deals exclusively with procedures to reconstruct specific parts or defects of the human body or face.

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A mastectomy (performed in our Breast and Women’s Surgery department) is a medical procedure that involves the removal of all or part of the breast. It can be done to treat breast cancer or as a preventative measure for women at high risk of developing breast cancer.

During a mastectomy, the surgeon removes one or both breasts. The removed tissue is examined to see if it contains cancer cells. If cancer is found in some of the tissue, the rest of the tissue may also be tested for cancer cells.

After the operation, you’ll need to take good care of your breasts and shoulders. You’ll also need to make sure you’re emotionally ready to deal with the changes that come with this type of surgery.    

Plastic surgery (performed in our Breast and Women’s Surgery department) is a medical speciality that involves the correction or reconstruction of physical features. Plastic surgery is used to improve the function and/or appearance of a patient’s body.

Plastic surgery is commonly thought of as cosmetic surgery, but this term only refers to a small percentage of all plastic surgery. Plastic surgery can be performed on any part of the body, including the face, breasts, hands and feet.

In general, plastic surgeons perform operations to restore the shape and function of tissues that have been damaged as a result of birth defects, trauma, burns and other medical conditions. Plastic surgeons use their expertise to perform reconstructive surgery on people who have suffered injuries such as cancerous tumours or burns.