What You Should Know About Breast Implants

The rate of breast implantation surgeries for cosmetic purposes are greater in number than for reconstruction after mastectomy in breast cancers. Last year alone, around 300,000 procedures of breast reconstruction for cosmetic purpose were performed. One has to learn everything before undergoing the breast implant surgery. Some agencies like Practise Bloom offer services to various plastic surgery websites, to improve their content and Marketing.

is a complete guide to know about breast implants, their risks, safety,

Types Of Breast

the breast implants have soft silicone sheeting that acts as the outer shell.
The filling is made of saline or silicone gel. Silicone gel gives more natural

are 2 types of breast implants namely

  1. Saline
  2. Silicone

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Silicone Breast

are filled with a thick sticky fluid that is very similar to human fat called
the silicone gel. It can be implanted on women of age 22 years and above for
breast augmentation. It can be used on women of any age for breast

Saline Breast Implants

tissues are used in certain breast reconstruction procedure. After some days,
they grow and reach its maximum size. At this time saline solution are injected
into the implants. The implants become enlarged and stiff. This procedure is
called Saline Breast Implant.

Risks Of Breast

Both Saline and silicone implants have similar risks. They are as follows. There are things that can go wrong after the surgery is complete. These breast implant illness symptoms can include pain and swelling, fluid collection, and skin necrosis.

  • The surgery might leave
    a scar. It will distort the shape of the breast
  • Very rarelypatient
    might face pain
  • The surgical wound
    might get infected if not taken care well.
  • The implant might get
    infected after 10 years. Though this is very rare. Many doctors recommend
    exchange of implants after 10 years to avoid infection. However, regular
    checkups and proper care prolongs the life time of the implants.