The breast implant is a cosmetic surgery device that's made of either silicone (a breast-shaped bag filled with silicone gel) or saline (composed of sterile salt water), and used to adjust the size of your breasts to the desired look. This is done through a procedure that has become popular, whereby women go through surgical operations that transform their physical features to a preferred appearance, particularly the breasts.
Before any woman decides to undergo this kind of a procedure, there are various factors that she may want to consider.
Factors to Consider:
The important factors you should consider before an augmentation procedure include:
The cost of having breastfeeding augmentation is usually high, so you should be financially prepared before you decide to have the procedure. This is because health insurance does not cover such procedures, unless it's a breast reconstruction surgery that is normally done when a woman has suffered from cancer.
2. Pain and infections
Feeling a bit of pain is a common experience after getting a breast implant. You would experience some sort of discomfort after having the procedure too. Fortunately, patients are given some painkillers to relieve such pain and discomfort.
Moreover, you're likely to experience an itchy feeling around the breast area, which might go on for some days. In some rare instances, an infection may develop.
3. Rupturing of breast implants
When the breast implant leaks, you may experience a painful sensation; while its shape and size changes. Once a woman has undergone the first surgery it's not always a guarantee that she will not be back to have another surgery.
At times, it becomes a challenge to detect if the implant has ruptured or leaked. Consequently, you might be required to undergo a second procedure to help maintain the shape and appearance of your breast.
Once any person has had a breast implant, it becomes a challenge for such an individual to breast feed; unless the implant has not interfereed with your milk glands. Here, not everyone who has the surgery is unable to breastfeed.
5. Nipple sensation
Sensation on the nipple may be lost in a small percentage of women who have had surgery. Most women would still retain nipple sensation, since loss of such sensation would normally depend on the kind of surgery you've had and other aspects of your breasts.
6. Mammogram detection
Effectiveness of a mammogram for a person who has had surgery on the breasts is a challenge; her leads to possible delay of breast cancer detection. For this reason, it's very important, before you decide to have surgery that you go screening to check for any possible occurrence of cancerous cells.
7. Is the doctor certified?
Before having any surgical procedure done it's of vital importance to always ensure that the person who will be in charge of the procedure is a certified professional from a recognized governing body. In this way, you'll ensure that the doctor performing surgery is a trusted person who will maintain professionalism.