Board Certified Indiana Plastic Surgeon Dr. Joseph Fata and the entire staff at Renaissance Plastic Surgery in Indianapolis strive to educate patients as much as possible about the potential benefits and downsides of plastic surgery procedures.
But we know that today's educated consumers seek out health and wellness information from a variety of sources, which is why we appreciate it when a respected medical authority interjects tempered, thoughtful information about breast or body surgeries into mainstream conversation.
Consider one recent article from Johns Hopkins University about the subject of breastfeeding after breast surgery. Although there may be a popular myth that purports that women who've had breast augmentation surgery are barred from breastfeeding, today top doctors tend to agree that the opposite is true. Johns Hopkins researchers state that most especially when a breast surgery is performed by a skilled doctor who opts for the surgical incision and breast implant placement that's least likely to damage nerves or mammary glands, nursing after breast surgery is absolutely possible.
More common than being unable to nurse? Lactation specialists say that some women who've had breast augmentation surgery may find that the amount of milk they produce is reduced.
But each body is different, and the only way to know for sure how a particular procedure may impact your body is to schedule a consultation with Board Certified Indiana Plastic Surgeon Dr. Joseph Fata online or by calling us directly at Renaissance Plastic Surgery in Indianapolis: 317-575-9152.