Having breast implant surgery might sound like the perfect solution for increasing the size and look of your breasts. But do you know that they will need replacing at some point?
Depending on which type of breast implant you receive you may have to have them replaced once every ten years, if not sooner. Silicone breast implants tend to last longer than saline implants.
This is one area that women don’t realize exists. Breast implants are not a onetime deal and then you simply forget about them. In between having to possibly replace them you will need to undergo regular MRI’s as well. All of this can become very expensive, are you prepared to pay for this type of treatment regularly?
Silicone breast implants do have risks and dangers associated with them. During the years 1992 up until 2005 silicone breast implants were not available in the U.S. After being approved again in 2006 it is now estimated that 50% of all implants are done using silicone implants.
The risk with silicone implants is that they can rupture around the 10 year mark, if not before. It is often very difficult to determine if the implant has ruptured or not. Some women will experience pain or a burning sensation. Unfortunately the majority of women do not notice anything.
This is why doctors recommend that women who have gone through a breast implant procedure have regular MRI’s or mammograms. This should be at least once every 3 years.
Once a woman has had a ruptured breast implant removed she should seek checkups after the first 3 years and then every 2 years after that. It is also best to keep in mind that mammograms can be more difficult to read in women who have had the surgery done. This could mean that breast cancer might go undetected during routine examinations.
After reading the above I seriously hope that you will consider thinking twice about opting for breast implant surgery! There are other ways to increase your breast size and this could be achieved through natural breast enhancement methods such as using creams, pills or supplements.
For more information on the risks associated with breast implant surgery please read my other post here: Breast Implant Material Please read that article carefully as it contains important information regarding the actual materials used in breast implants.