The reality of breast surgery can be very difficult for patients in Hesperia who are suffering from breast cancer and other breast conditions. During this time, it is important that they find a surgeon who is right for them. As a board certified expert in general surgery, Dr. Elijah Mobley is known across the High Desert region for his surgical precision as well as his caring, understanding bedside manner. This is often the exact combination that women need when it comes to finding a surgeon to perform their breast surgery.
There are many different types of breast surgery available, and some can be performed using minimally-invasive techniques. Dr. Mobley is proficient in the following procedures:
- Breast evaluation and biopsy
- Lymph node biopsy
- Reconstructive surgery
- Lump excision and removal
- Breast cancer surgical treatment
Patients should note that the breasts are considered to be the upper ventral region of the torso, and female breasts contain mammary glands. These glands create breast milk, allowing women to feed their infant children. Male breast tissue and female breast tissue are one in the same, except during puberty an increase in estrogen allows the female breasts to complete their production and become more prominent. While breast cancer is much more common in women than in men, it is still possible for men to be diagnosed with breast cancer.
If a patient has any concerns regarding his or her breast tissue, he or she should take the time to set up a consultation appointment with Dr. Mobley. At this appointment, Dr. Mobley can complete an exam, evaluation and assessment as well as provide recommendations for the patient. Dr. Mobley understands that this can be a scary time for patients. His calm, soothing and professional demeanor is often just what a person needs to feel confident and secure during this difficult time. He prides himself not only on being an expert general surgeon who is proficient in minimally-invasive techniques and robotic surgery, but also a caring person who works to help his patients through a trying period in their lives.