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Friday, June 28, 2013

Breast Implants All that you need to know about it

Before Breast Implants (When):
Not everyone is suitable for breast implant surgery. Your surgeon will need to take a detailed look at your medical history and overall health.
Most women who have breast implants for cosmetic purposes pay to have the operation done privately. The NHS rarely funds cosmetic breast implant surgery.
Currently, the average cost of having breast implants in the UK is in the region of £4,000 – £5,000. However, the cost will vary depending on the treatment center you choose.
After Breast Implants:
You will experience some pain, swelling and bruising immediately after breast implant surgery.
Your chest may feel tight and your breathing may be restricted. This is normal and your symptoms will start to improve over the next few weeks.
Going home:
After having breast implant surgery, you may either be allowed home the same day or you may need to stay in the hospital or clinic overnight.
On returning home, you will need rest to give your body time to recover. Avoid excessive use of your arms and chest area as it may cause irritation and bleeding.
Additional surgery:
After having breast implant surgery, about one in three women will require further surgery within 10 years of their initial operation.
Additional surgery may be needed as a result of complications such as capsular contracture (hardening of the scar capsule around the implant, see below), age-related changes to the breast (sagging) or the shell of the implant rupturing (splitting).
There is strong scientific evidence to suggest that having breast implants will not increase your risk of developing breast cancer. However, it is still important for women over 50 to attend breast screening appointments when invited.

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