Is Breast Enlargement a Scary Thing?

Erin Benjamin 

Breast enlargements can help to boost self-confidence by making women feel better about their bodies. Breast enlargement in Perth should always be carried out by a qualified professional in order ensure that the procedure is legal and safe.

This guide is designed to show that getting breast enlargements isn’t a dangerous procedure when done correctly.

Breast Implants are Durable

Breast Enlargements by Dr Peter Randle are made from silicone or saline, which are extremely durable materials. The likelihood of tears or leakages developing is extremely minimal when the implants are installed correctly by a professional surgeon. Caution needs to be taken to avoid direct blows or excess pressure on the chest, although this is unlikely to make implants rupture.

Is Breast Enlargement a Scary Thing?

Breast Implants are Long-Lasting

There is a common misconception that breast implants need to be replaced regularly because they are man-made. This is not the case – breast implants have the potential to last a lifetime provided that they are still in good working order. Implants should be regularly checked by a specialist to ensure that there are no problems with the implants.

Breast Implants are Comfortable

Some women express concern that breast implants may cause discomfort. Breast implants which are relative to a woman’s weight and height should not place an extra strain on the body. Once implants are inserted correctly, there will be some initial discomfort. Soon they should feel natural as well as allow the patient to go about their daily tasks without any inconvenience.

Sometimes discomfort can occur if a woman sleeps on her stomach after breast enlargement surgery. A simple solution is to always sleep on the back and to avoid sleeping on the side as many people roll over in this position.

If persistent discomfort occurs after surgery then make sure to consult a specialist for a full examination. This will help to determine if the implants are the cause of the problem.

Breast Implant Rejections are Extremely Rare

Some women thinking about getting breast enlargement surgery may be worried that their body will reject the saline or silicone implants. However because the implants are inert objects they are not recognised as ‘foreign objects’ in the body, so are unlikely to be rejected.

If any pain or tearing occurs then make sure to consult a specialist as soon as possible to prevent any problems.

Breast Implant Aftercare Is Comprehensive

After surgery takes place, patients are kept in hospital for monitoring and to receive painkilling medication. This is designed to make sure that the surgery has been a success and to make patients comfortable. Once the painkilling medication has worn off, patients will be free to go home. Please don’t drive home if still feeling the effects of the medication as this can increase the risk of accidents.

Hopefully, this guide has made breast enlargement surgery seem less of a daunting ordeal and more of an exciting step into the future.