FAQs About Breast Augmentation

Breast tissue is far more complex than most people realize. When it comes to breast augmentation surgery, consulting the best plastic surgeon available is always the best choice. The good news is that the experts at Brigham And Women's Hospital have posted this informative video starring Dennis Orgill, MD, Ph.

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D. In it, Dr. Orgill covers some of the most important considerations to take into account before undergoing breast reduction surgery.

  1. Can breast augmentation raise the risk of breast cancer?
    Studies have shown that women are not more at risk for cancer after augmentation.
  2. How much pain is to be expected?
    Moderate pain can be expected for up to two weeks.
  3. How should I choose my new size?
    The right breast size will depend on other issues like back pain and your personal preference.
  4. How long is recovery?
    Normal activity can resume after as little as one week. Full recovery may take longer.
  5. Will I still be able to breastfeed?
    In most cases, breast augmentation will not prohibit breastfeeding.

The best course of action is to work with the best plastic surgeon in your area. After reading our breast augmentation FAQs, be sure to watch Dr. Orgill for more authoritative information. For that, Brigham And Women's Hospital's YouTube channel is an excellent place to start. Be sure to watch, subscribe, and like for more.