Myths surgery breast augmentation

09-03-2018 katanainthestone
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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.

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MYTH 1. Cancer. The breast augmentation surgery does not increase the chance of developing breast cancer.

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MYTH 2. Hardness. All breast implants are made of flexible silicone, regardless of the fill substance.

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MYTH 3. Breastfeeding. Breast implants in women not interfere with lactation or alter the nutritional content of breast milk.

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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.

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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.

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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.