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Breast Implant In Bangalore

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Frequently asked questions


What is Breast Implant?

The Breast Implant is a medical prosthesis that is used to place under the breast or chest muscle. It helps to change the size of the breast, shape of the breast and restores the original look of the breast in patients who underwent a mastectomy.


How much does Breast Implant cost?

The cost of Breast Implants in India may change according to 

  1. Type of implant used
  2. Size of the implant
  3. Admission fee
  4. Doctor fee
  5. Age of the patient
  6. The medical condition of the patient
  7. Post-surgical complications that are involved
  8. Type of hospital
  9. The admission room that you opted for

The minimum cost for Breast implant in Bangalore starts from Rs.40,000

An average cost for Breast implant in Bangalore is approximately Rs.1,59,000

The maximum cost for Breast implant in Bangalore rises up to Rs.5,00,000


Right specialists type for Breast Implant?

Breast Implant surgery can be performed by:

  1. An experienced plastic surgeon
  2. A cosmetic surgeon who has performed several successful breast implant surgeries


Is Breast Implant safe?

Any surgery has its own risks, benefits, and safety concerns. If the breast implants are placed by an experienced surgeon, the complications and risks may decrease. However, women with silicone implants were at high risk of developing rare side effects than women with other types of implants. So, before choosing a type of implant, consult your doctor and discuss it.


Is Breast Implant painful?

After Breast Implant surgery, there may be pain and discomfort in the breast or chest region. These signs will be present for about a few days after the surgery. However, during the surgery, anesthesia will be given to numb the area or to sedate you so that no pain can be felt.


Are Breast Implants toxic?

Breast Implants are designed for temporary purposes to reshape or resize the breast. So, after a few years of breast implant surgery, the patient needed to remove the implants. If the implants are not removed or replaced on time, then they can cause severe health issues called breast implant illness [BII]. This is the condition in which the contents in the implants may leak into the body and can cause toxic effects.


Are Breast Implants heavy? 

This is depending on the size of the implant you choose. Silicone breast implants are lighter than the saline implants and similar to natural breast tissue. This allows the implanted breast to feel more natural in women with small breast.


Are Breast Implants uncomfortable? 

Breast implants may cause pain and discomfort, but this can be seen in women who have naturally large breasts. After the surgery, there may be severe pain with discomfort for up to a few weeks.


Are Breast Implants tax deductible? 

Only in a few countries tax can be deductible for cosmetic and plastic surgeries like hair transplant, nose surgery, and breast augmentation etc. But in India, there is no data available whether the tax can be deductible or not. So please consult your doctor and have a discussion.


Are Breast Implants permanent?

No. Because breast implants are made for a temporary purpose and should be removed from the body after a few years. Otherwise, implants may rupture and can leak the contents into the chest region which may lead to loss of sensation in the nipples and may change the shape of the chest wall area. 


Can Breast Implants cause cancer?

Most of the women who undergo breast implant has been diagnosed with breast-implant associated anaplastic large cell lymphoma [BIA-ALCL] which is an uncommon type of immune system cancer. BIA-ALCL is usually found in the area around the scar tissues and fluid of the implants. Removal of implants after early detection can cure BIA-ALCL.


Can Breast Implants look natural?

Depending on the type of breast implants chosen to place in the chest area will change the naturality of the breast. When compared with silicone and saline breast implants, silicone breast implants look more natural than saline implants. So, before choosing the right type of breast implant, discuss with your surgeon or doctor.


Can Breast Implants be removed?

If the breast implants are not removed after 5-10 years of placing them, then they may cause some serious health concerns like

  1. Severe chest pain
  2. Swelling in the breast region
  3. Risk of developing a rare type of immune system cancer, etc

In some cases, desired shape and size may not be achieved and, so the surgeon may remove the breast implants which are placed earlier. Thus breast implants can be removed depending on the condition of the patient.


Can Breast Implants cause infertility?

There is no based evidence that breast implants can affect fertility. However, some studies suggested that breast implants may cause other health-related problems.


Are Breast Implants under warranty?

Few companies provide lifetime warranty or 10-year warranty to anyone who is having breast implant surgery.


Can Breast Implants cause chest pain?

Normally after the Breast Implant surgery, there may be a pain the chest area with discomfort and can be normal after a few days. If the chest pain is present even after a few weeks of surgery then the implants needed to be removed.


Do Breast Implants need to be replaced?

If the desired shape and size of the breast is achieved after the breast implant without any complication then there is no need to be replaced with a new implant. But in some cases like uneven shape and size of the breast, any leakage in the silicone or saline implants, then the breast implants need to be replaced with new ones.


Do Breast Implants affect breastfeeding? 

If the breast implants are placed in a proper position then it does not cause any trouble in breastfeeding. If the implants are misplaced then this may lead to uneven breast shape and can cause trouble in breastfeeding.


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Breast Implant: Overview

The Breast Implant is a medical prosthesis that is used to reshape and resize the breast. It helps in getting back the look of the original breast in the patients who underwent a mastectomy.

Generally, there are three different types of breast implants and they are

  1. Saline breast implants
  2. Silicone gel-filled breast implants
  3. Composite filler implants


All over the world, saline and silicone implants are widely used and in some countries, composite filler implants are banned. Saline implants are made of the elastomer silicone shell and filled with the saline [sterile water]. This saline is either prefilled or filled at the time of operation. In silicone gel implants, the elastomer silicone shell is filled with the viscous silicone gel. But in the composite filler implants, the silicone shell is filled either different fillers like soy oil, polypropylene string, etc.

There are several types of implants and they are

  1. Structured saline breast implants
  2. Gummy bear breast implants
  3. Round breast implants
  4. Smooth breast implants
  5. Textured breast implants

An experienced plastic and cosmetic surgeon will be performing breast implant surgery. There are some risks and complications associated with breast implants. In a few cases, most of the women who underwent the breast implant procedure have been diagnosed with a rare type of immune system cancer known as breast-implant associated anaplastic large cell lymphoma [BIA-ALCL].

Depending on the shape and size, breast implants were selected and placed either under the muscle or over the muscle of the breast.

Breast implants should be removed if an individual suffering from

  1. Severe pain in the chest
  2. The unevenness of the breast even after the implant placed
  3. Rupture in the silicone shell

Before considering the breast implant surgery, discuss with your doctor regarding all the benefits, risks, and complications associated with the breast implant.


Breast Implant Indications 

Breast Implants are indicated in the following conditions:

  1. For reconstruction of the breast after a mastectomy [removal of partial or whole breast].
  2. To enlarge the breast size for beauty purposes.
  3. To correct the shape and size of the breast in congenital defects such as aplasia [failure of an organ to develop], dissymmetry [left and right organs with different shape and size], hypomastia [underdevelopment of breast tissue], hypoplasia, etc.
  4. Replacement of the implants which are ruptured or old.


Who is an eligible candidate for Breast Implant 

Eligible candidates for Breast Implant are

  1. Women who are healthy and over 18 years are eligible for saline breast implants.
  2. Women whose age is over 22 years and healthy are the right candidates for silicone breast implants.
  3. Individuals who wanted to change their breast size and shape.
  4. Women who underwent a mastectomy.
  5. Women who did not get desired results after using other options like fat grafting, pills, and creams, etc.


Who is an ineligible candidate for Breast Implant 

Ineligible candidates for Breast Implants are

  1. Individuals who get the desired results after fat grafting method.
  2. Whose age is below 18 are not eligible for saline breast implants and below 22 years are not allowed to undergo silicone breast implants.
  3. Individuals who do not want to change their breast size and shape.
  4.  Individuals who are suffering from some serious health issues such as heart diseases and weak immune system.


Right specialists type for Breast Implant

Breast Implant surgery can be performed by

  1. An experienced Plastic surgeon.
  2. A Cosmetic surgeon who has performed several successful breast implant surgeries.

Before choosing the right hospital and the surgeon, consider the reputation of the hospital and the experience of the surgeon.


How to prepare for Breast Implant

  1. Before undergoing this surgery, inform your doctor about your past medical history.
  2. Your surgeon will examine your breasts to know what type of breast implants suits for you.
  3. You may be asked to undergo certain blood tests before the surgery.
  4. Your breast may be photographed from various angles to compare it with the breast after completion of the surgery.
  5. Smoking will delay recovery. Hence, you are advised to quit smoking until you are completely recovered and also prior to the surgery.
  6. You will be asked to remove the jewelry and contact lens that you are wearing.
  7. Discuss all the benefits, complications and risks involved in the breast implants with your doctor
  8. Before going to the operation theater, your surgeon will mark the areas on the breast just to confirm how much size and what shape do you need.


Steps of Breast Implant

Prior to the surgery, either local or general anesthesia will be given to the patient.

  1. All the vital signs such as blood pressure, heartbeat, pulse rates, and respiration rate, etc. are monitored throughout the surgery.
  2. Then the incisions are made over and surrounding the breast region by your surgeon. The length of the incision depends on the size and shape of the implant needed to be placed.
  3. After making the incisions, silicone or saline breast implants were placed inside the breast. The implants can be placed either below the breast muscle or over the glands.
  4. Then, the implants were adjusted until the desired shape and size is achieved.
  5. After getting the desired size and shape of the breast, all the incisions made will be stitched.


Post-procedure care/ recovery after Breast Implant

After the surgery, the patient is provided with a few instructions regarding recovery time and they are:

  1. You may suffer from pain and swelling in the chest region. So, take the pain killers prescribed your doctor as directed.
  2. Nausea and vomiting may occur. In such cases, take the anti-nausea medications which are prescribed by your doctor.
  3. Keep the chest area clean all the time to prevent any infections.
  4. Dressings of the implanted area should be removed by your doctor only.
  5. Prefer loose and comfortable clothes.
  6. Follow all the directions given by your doctor regarding the intake of the medication.
  7. Make follow-up appointments with your doctor.
  8. Avoid sex and intercourse for a period of about 3 to 4 weeks.
  9. Eat fruits like apple, banana, pineapple, and kiwi etc. to boost your immune system.
  10. You are advised to sleep on your back for several weeks and not on the stomach or sideways.


Risks/ complications associated with Breast Implant

Every surgery has its own risks, complications, and benefits. Some of the risks and complications associated with the Breast Implant are:

  1. Severe pain in the breast region
  2. Difficulty in breastfeeding
  3. Redness and swelling
  4. Skin rashes
  5. Swollen lymph nodes may be noticed
  6. Delay in the wound healing
  7. Uneven shape and size of the breast even after the surgery
  8. Hardening of the area of the breast surrounding the breast implants
  9. Change in the shape of the chest wall
  10. Rupture of the breast implant
  11. The implant may appear through the skin [extrusion]
  12. Infection at the site of incisions
  13. Misplacement of the implants
  14. Toxic shock syndrome may occur
  15. Loss of sensation in nipples and around the breast area where the implants were placed
  16. Disappointing presentation of the breast after implant due to the size and style of the breast implant


Advantages of Breast Implant

Advantages of Breast Implants are the following:

  1. Increases the volume and adds the desired curves to the breast which are naturally small in size.
  2. Provides fuller and firmer breasts.
  3. Evenly matches the asymmetrical breasts.
  4. Helps to reconstruct the breasts to its original shape and size after having a mastectomy.
  5. In some cases, it helps to boost self-confidence.


Long term outcome/results of Breast Implant

The long term effects or outcomes of Breast Implants are the following:

  1. After 5 years of breast implant surgery, the implants may rupture and leak the contents which are present inside the silicone shell.
  2. May cause permanent chest pain.
  3. May need to remove breast implants due to health problems.
  4. Can cause a rare type of immune system cancer.
  5. Results in uneven breast size and shape.
  6. Hardening of the surrounding area of the breast implant.


The success rate of Breast Implant

The success rate of Breast Implant depends on the factors like

  1. Type of breast implants used
  2. The health condition of the patient
  3. Immune response of the individual towards the breast implant

46% of patients who underwent breast implant surgery with the silicone implant has undergone for re-operation within 3 years after the initial surgery and 25% of patients with silicone implants removed their breast implants.

21% of patients with saline breast implants underwent re-operation after 3 years of initial surgery and 8% of saline breast implants individuals removed their implants.


Options if Breast Implant is not successful

If the Breast Implant is not successful then your doctor may recommend the following options.

  1. Removal of breast implants
  2. Removing the scar tissue surrounding the breast implant area
  3. Once again breast implant may be done to reshape the breast


Alternatives to Breast Implant

Alternatives to Breast Implant for reshaping and resizing the breast are

  1. Fat grafting
  2. Mastopexy
  3. Some pills and creams may increase the volume of breasts

The pills and creams are not regulated by the pharmaceutical companies and there is no guarantee that the usage of these pills and creams will increase the breast size.