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How to do breast enhancement?

Hello doc, I feel my breast are small, would like to go for breast enhancement. What type of implants will be used? When can my normal activities be resumed? What are the risks involved in the procedure?
Asked On : Tue, 12 Jan 2010
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Cosmetic & Plastic Surgeon 's  Response
Silicone implants are used for breast enlargement.Size of the implant and the type would depend on your choice and the skin available.It is a very safe procedure and one can be out of the hospital the same day and there is very little down time.see for breat enlargement.
Answered: Wed, 1 Sep 2010
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Some of the risks of breast enhancement are due to anesthesia related, blood accumulation which may need to be drained, infection, capsule formation, if severe may need removal or replacement and implant leakage or failure. After breast implantation surgery one can resume work within just a couple of weeks, depending on your job. Vigorous activities, especially arm movement, may be restricted for two to three weeks. Any sexual activity should abstained from for a minimum of one week. After that, care must be taken to be extremely gentle with your breasts for at least the next month. Breast implants are of two types saline and silicone. Silicone implants are the most widely used implants.
Answered: Fri, 22 Jan 2010
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