I Have a Breast Lump

Seeking the advice of a medical professional is important since one of the most poignant aspects of breast masses is that early detection can lead to significantly improved outcomes.

It is important to know that a breast mass is either benign or malignant. Sometimes breast tissue experiences abnormal growth but then manages to stop on its own or limit itself to a particular area. The only way to know for sure is to be seen in person, so that a biopsy can be performed if needed.

Other times the mass continues to enlarge and may in fact be malignant.

Experiencing a breast mass can be very traumatizing. It's important to remember that getting accurate information as soon as possible will help you make the right health care decisions.

Taking the Next Step

If you have a lump in your breast, it is critical that you determine the status as soon as possible. We invite you to call our friendly staff to make an appointment at 480-515-0900. We look forward to hearing from you and we welcome any comments or questions you may have.