Services at The Methodist Breast Center
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When, and How Often?
In general, we recommend that women age 40 and older have a mammogram every year. In some cases — based on family history, genetic screening or other reasons — your doctor may recommend starting earlier, or having them more frequently.
In any case, it's important to discuss mammography with your doctor. It's one of the best ways to ensure early detection — and early detection can be an important part of successful treatment.Get more information about mammograms at The Methodist Breast Center.
Breast health requires a proactive approach to prevention and detection. In the event of a cancer diagnosis, it requires a wealth of support and resources, including advanced treatment.
The Methodist Breast Center offers a full spectrum of educational services designed to help women and men decrease their risk of developing breast cancer.
Doctors and nurses at The Methodist Breast Center work with our patients to help them develop a regular breast-health routine including self examination and, at a certain age, regular mammograms and other imaging tests. We also offer a complete range of advanced detection and evaluation techniques, including minimally invasive biopsy of any suspect areas.
In the event of a cancer diagnosis, The Methodist Breast Center works with every patient to develop a customized plan of treatment. Depending on the case, that treatment plan might include surgery, radiation therapy, chemotherapy or a combination. Your Methodist Breast Center oncologist will coordinate your treatment, working to reduce confusion, answer questions and make the process as simple as possible. The Methodist Breast Center also offers post-surgical breast reconstruction.