Breast augmentation surgery is one of the most common procedures in plastic surgery aesthetic medicine. However, like any cosmetic procedure that involves surgery, there are a number of myths around it's worth noting that, since few of them are true.I
MYTH 1. Cancer. The breast augmentation surgery does not increase the chance of developing breast cancer.I
MYTH 2. Hardness. All breast implants are made of flexible silicone, regardless of the fill substance.I
MYTH 3. Breastfeeding. Breast implants in women not interfere with lactation or alter the nutritional content of breast milk.I
MYTH 4. mammograms. The breast augmentation surgery does not prevent women mammograms. The patient should inform the doctor that carries breast implants, to take appropriate action.I
MYTH 5. The surgery does not require special care. Postoperative bandage should always be used until the end of the recovery, although tightening, otherwise the wounds could become infected.I
Myth 6. You should perform the procedure each year. According to recommendations by the FDA in the United States, you should get a first review five years after breast augmentation surgery.