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Before you leave the hospital you will be reminded to call your surgeon’s office to schedule a follow-up appointment:
WhenAbout 2 weeks after the operation.
WhereThere are two clinics associated with the Breast Reconstruction Program. We will tell you which clinic to go to when you call your surgeon’s office to schedule an appointment.Princess Margaret Cancer Centre |
Maps & Directions2nd Floor, M. Lau Breast Centre.
Toronto General Hospital |
Maps & Directions7th Floor, Plastics Clinic
What to ExpectYour surgeon will assess your surgical sites for their healing progress and speak to you about your recovery.
If you had a tissue expander inserted, you most likely will have your first inflation at this clinic visit.
Your surgeon will let you know when you should return for a second follow-up during this appointment. You will be required to call the office to schedule this.
What to BringYou will need to bring your health card to your appointment.
To make or change appointments, call your surgeon's office.
Hanifah Ahmad for
Dr. Siba Haykal
Phone: 416 340 4327
Katrina Aquino for
Dr. Stefan Hofer Phone: 416 340 3449Email:
Mary Cabaron for
Dr. Anne O’Neill
Phone: 416 340 3143Email:
Camille Garcia for
Dr. Toni Zhong
Phone: 416 340 3858Email: