For the study, measurements of the breasts were taken for a set of women who breastfed after implant surgery and those who didn’t. The measurements were taken before pregnancy and one year after pregnancy or one year after completing breastfeeding. The measurements showed no significant variation. So it was concluded that nursing has nothing to do with the sagging of the breasts. The changes if any were due to reduced production of hormones, which were evident both in those who breastfed and those who did not.
Women who have plans to have children or breastfeed after the breast implant surgery have to make it clear to the plastic surgeon during the initial consultation. By doing so, the surgeon could help with a personalized breast surgery solution to help improve the breast size and shape without affecting the nursing.
The right surgeon is vital when it comes to breast surgery using implants. Established practices are also offering natural fat transfer breast enhancement solutions in addition to the breast implants method. The 3D imaging options offered in reputable plastic surgery centers enable excellent pre-operative planning for improved results.
Breast augmentation is rated as the most frequently performed cosmetic surgery procedure in the country. USA tops the worldwide list for the maximum number of breast augmentation procedures performed. With the positive results from the latest study, the popularity of the procedure is expected to increase further in the near future.