Working Together: Holistic and Traditional Combinations That Work

Working Together: Holistic and Traditional Combinations That Work

Breast Implants: 3 Common Misconceptions You Shouldn't Buy Into

Denise Moore

If you're thinking about getting breast implants, you might be wondering about the things you've heard about implants. Like any surgery or medical procedure, there are misconceptions that can color your opinions about whether or not implants are a good idea for you. Here are some common misconceptions about breast implants that aren't always accurate. Learning the right information can help you make the best choice for your body and confidence. 

1. Once you get an implant, you have to commit to replacing it.

Some implants do become more prone to leaks or deflation over time, and if they do leak, you will need surgery in order to fix the problem. However, implants as a whole are not prone to fail. Many women can get plenty of life out of a quality implant job without any problem. Just because you choose to get augmentation does not mean you're tied to a lifetime of extensive and expensive procedures. 

2. Implants increase the risk of breast cancer.

Your body will not grow cancer or attack the implant just because it is there. Thousands of women get implants each year and suffer no harmful effects. There is also no link between getting an implant and developing other diseases, including autoimmune diseases. The FDA approves the available implants on the market, and while there is always some risk of infection or other complications with any surgery, fear of chronic disease should not hold you back from getting implants. 

3. Breast feeding is impossible with implants.

Some younger women put off getting any sort of breast work done because they think that they will not be able to breastfeed. This largely depends on the type of implant and the type of incisions your surgery requires. For women who want the option of pregnancy and breastfeeding, they can choose implants that lay under the network of ducts that conduct milk to the nipple. They can also choose incision sites that do not affect milk production. Hormonal changes during pregnancy can change the size and shape of breast tissue, which might affect the overall look of the breast, but there is no harm to a baby or to your milk from having an implant. Some women may want to consider minor cosmetic surgery following breastfeeding if the shape of the breast is very altered. 

For more information on whether or not breast implants are right for you, contact breast augmentation surgeons.


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Working Together: Holistic and Traditional Combinations That Work

I am one of those people who hates going to the doctor. In the past, I have relied on everything from cranberry juice to apple cider vinegar to fix my ails. As I get older though, I find that I need to rely more on traditional medicine than I did in the past. What I found out from my doctor is that I did not have to give up the holistic medicines I used. I could combine them. This blog is designed to help others focus on how to combing holistic treatments with traditional medicine in a safe and fun way.

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