Breastfeeding After Breast Implants

Many women are concerned that getting breast implants can affect their pregnancy and future ability to breastfeed. Luckily, plastic surgery does not hurt your chances of getting pregnant or hurt your baby while you are pregnant. If you are concerned about breastfeeding with breast implants, it’s very important that you let Dr. Rast know about those concerns.

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Breastfeeding After Breast Implants

For women who have received a breast augmentation, there is some risk that they will not be able to breastfeed. The risk is that during the breast implant procedure, the milk ducts may be disrupted.

By being open and talking with Dr. Rast about your breastfeeding plans, he can create a personalized surgical plan to avoid disruption of the milk ducts. By avoiding the milk ducts during surgery, your likelihood of breastfeeding is increased!

Pregnancy & Your Breast Implants

For both women with and without augmented breasts, pregnancy causes significant changes in the body. The breasts’ shape, fullness, or size may change. Some women even get a “touch-up” of their augmentation after pregnancy!

Appointments Available in Kansas City

If you want to improve your body with augmentation, but are worried about your future chances of breastfeeding — Dr. Rast can help ease your mind! We’ll work with you to minimize the risk and create a fuller, larger breast contours with overall beautiful and natural-looking results that meet your cosmetic goals.

If you’re ready to take the next step, get in touch with us today. Call (913)451-3722 or contact us online to schedule your consultation!

We also offer the complete range of plastic surgery procedures in our center, located on the outskirts of Kansas City in Leawood, KS.

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