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Richard M. Kline , MD

Mt. Pleasant, SC

The Center for Natural Breast Reconstruction

1300 Hospital Dr., Suite 120
Mt. Pleasant, SC 29464

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Richard Kline, MD

Dr. Richard Kline provides advanced free flap breast reconstruction procedures that use women’s own tissue to build soft, natural breasts after a mastectomy. Board certified in plastic surgery, Dr. Kline is the co-founder of the The Center for Natural Breast Reconstruction in Mt. Pleasant, South Carolina.

Dr. Kline has been at the leading-edge of breast reconstruction throughout his career, performing the first DIEP flap reconstruction in the Southeast. The pioneering surgeon now offers women the possibility of restoring sensation after a mastectomy with Resensation®. The breakthrough technique utilizes allograft nerve tissue to connect nerves in the chest and potentially return sensation over time.

Affiliated Hospitals

  • East Cooper Medical Center

Undergrad: Furman University
Medical Degree: Medical University of South Carolina
Residency: The Cleveland Clinic and Louisiana State University Medical Center

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