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Top Ten Questions About Breast Augmentation - Question 4 - Can I Breast Feed After Breast Augmentation?
Can I Breast Feed After Breast Augmentation? Many women are able to breast feed successfully after breast augmentation surgery. However, nerves, milk ducts, and milk glands can potentially be damaged during implant surgery. Injured nerves can decrease the feeling in your nipple area. This may reduc... Read More ›
Top Ten Questions About Breast Augmentation - Question 3 - Is Breast Augmentation Surgery Going to Hurt?
Is the Surgery Going to Hurt? I perform nerve blocks on patients during surgery to minimize pain after surgery. Most patients have discomfort requiring prescription pain medication for 3-5 days and more mild soreness for another few weeks. Some patients experience brief mild sensations of shock. Thi... Read More ›
Should I get saline or silicone implants? Both saline and silicone breast implants come in a thin silicone shell. Saline implants are filled with a salt water solution similar to IV fluid, and silicone implants are filled with a semisolid silicone gel similar in texture to a gummy bear candy. Silico... Read More ›
How do I know what size implants to get? The decision should be one that you make with your doctor after a thorough consultation and examination. Here are some of the factors that can help decide which implant size is the best for you... Current breast size and desired breast size - No doctor can ab... Read More ›