You want beautiful sexy breasts, not just a simple breast enlargement. Dr. Jugenburg has studied breast augmentation techniques with some of the world’s most experienced breast surgeons, from whom he has learned the techniques and approaches to perform virtually every type of breast augmentation surgery and to deal with any potential challenge one may encounter during this surgery.
Breast Implants and Breast Feeding
Breast Implants Do Not Prevent You From Breastfeeding
Breast implants are safe and do not interfere with breast feeding. Overwhelming majority of women who had breast augmentation surgery are able to breastfeed.
Breast augmentation surgery when done through the breast fold or through the armpit goes under the breast tissue and does not cut an of the breast tissue itself. When the breast augmentation is done through the nipple and areola, breast gland tissue is cut to allow the insertion of the breast implants. This however does not prevent future breast feeding or breast milk production.
Breast Gland Tissue
Injury to breast gland tissue and milk ducts that would impair your your milk production ability is rare when an experienced Plastic Surgeon carefully dissects the breast tissue from the underlying muscle to create the pocket into which the breast implant is placed. Breast implant sizes that are not excessively large and do not require too much dissection will most likely have no impact on your breastfeeding ability.
Some women who undergo breast augmentation because they have virtually no breast tissue, will likely have problem producing milk not because they have implants but because they had very little milk-producing tissue to start with.
Nipple sensation after Breast Augmentation
Sometimes, especially when women choose excessively large breast implants, sensation to the nipple can decrease or go away completely. This can decrease the ability of your body to feel baby’s sucking which is a stimulant for more milk production.
Also, you may not be able to feel if the baby has not latched correctly, which can cause damage to the nipple.
Silicone in Breast Milk
Some women can be worried about silicone from their implants getting into the milk. However it is extremely unlikely that any silicone would leak into your milk ducts and get transferred to the baby via your milk. If, however, any silicone did get into the milk, it would not cause any harm to the baby as it is an inert substance. In fact many pills or other substance have silicone coating already.