Can women have zerona laser treatments if breast implants?

Should not affect. Zerona should not affect breast implants. For me, i'm not sure what zerona really does for fat reduction, but that is a topic for another thread. I do not see how zerona could affect a patient's breast implants but you should ask this question to the doctor who is offering you zerona.
Yes but why? In my opinion you are better to try diet and exercise alone (which is required anyway for zerona to be effective).
Yes. Zerona is designed to target fat at certain depth beneath the skin. Unless you are very thin skinned, breast implants are placed beneath this fat layer. So i would not be overly worried about it. However, I do not think zerona has been around long enough to really know the answer to that question.

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Could women have zerona laser treatments if they have breast implants?

Yes but why waste $. I have yet to see convincing data demonstrating significant results from zerona. I would highly recommend getting on a treadmill 40 minutes a day and a calorie restricted diet and 64 ounces of water every day. This by the way is also recommended by the company, to the best of my knowledge, and is likely responsible for the weight loss they clam is due to the machine. Read more...

Can women have zerona laser treatment if they have breast implants?

Possible: Y waste $? In my opinion the zerona is not likely to privide you with sufficient benefits to justify the cost. I would advise you consider a supervised weight loss plan which is probably the most important component of the zerona treatment. They excused patients from their success stories if they do not diet and exercise as part of the treatment. Enroll in weight watchers or jenny craig. Good luck, . Read more...
Not prohibited. There is no evidence that breast implants interfere with or are affected by zerona. The problem is, in my opinion, zerona has not proven itself to be a worthwhile investment, so i would suggest you discuss your options with a board certified plastic surgeon before making that choice. Read more...
Yes. But you're better off using your money on some massages... At least they feel good and you'll get the same result. Read more...

Is it ok to have laser treatment under the arm bit while u have breast implants in?

Yes. Yes, unless there is a fresh incision in the axillary area, laser treatment will not be a problem. Best wishes. Read more...
Caution after recon! As stated, by dr. Pousti, as long as you don't have a transaxillary approach and as long as it has been several months since surgery to allow for resolution of axilla ray swelling and postoperative inflammation. My concern is you describe this as breast reconstruction which can remove axillary lymph nodes and more prone to swelling/infection if a lymph node dissection was performed. Ask surgeon. Read more...
Absolutely. The only time it would not be safe is if your surgery scar was not yet healed. If it is well healed, it should not be a problem. Read more...

Can women have zerona laser treatments if they have implants?

Deeply penetrating. If the claims of the company are true and that it does penetrate through the skin (which i find difficult to believe), then there may actually be some concern. Read more...
Zerpna with Implants. It is fine to have zerona laser fat reduction with breast implants. The laser does not penetrate deep enough to cause harm to the implants. The zerona doctor should avoid the breast area, however, so you do not lose fat over the breasts. Instead, aim for the areas of concern. Make sure the physician doing the procedure has significant experience with it. Read more...

How old is too old for a woman to get breast implants?

Breast Augmentation. Breast augmentation is a generally safe, effective, outpatient procedure performed under moderate sedation or general anesthesia. Age only plays a role in so far as it affects your ability to safely undergo the associated anesthesia and may have more problems healing. Read more...
Age is relative. The decision to get breast implants in a personal one and age is seldom a factor. Before making the decision a woman should be fully informed and generallly in good enough health for the operation. Being fully informed means understanding the risks of the initial procedire and that down the road chances are additional surgery will be required. Read more...
NO AGE LIMIT. I've done a first time breast augmentation on a 64 year old and a revision cosmetic augmentation on an 89 year old. They were otherwise healthy with reasonable expectations. Read more...
Not age dependent. There is no specific age cut off per se. What matters is the overall health of the patient. Like any completely elective surgery, breast augmentation should not be performed in patients that are high risk for complications because of other medical conditions. Read more...
Too Old For Surgery? Age is not the final determining factor in regards to breast augmentation surgery. You have to be in good health and understand the potential risks and complications associated with elective surgery. I have had older women who had this surgery and healed nicely and are very happy they proceeded with surgery, even at an older age. Read more...

What happens to breast implants when a woman dies and donates her body to medicine?

Implants . If you donte your body to science they most likely will be disposed of. Read more...
Nothing. If there is a reason to remove the implants such as in a cadaver dissection in an anatomy class then at the implants would often be simply discarded. Otherwise they would be buried with the remainder of the deceased at the appropriate time. Read more...
Removed med waste. These are removed and discarded as part of the medical waste which is generally incinerated. In rare instances of an unidentified bodies they can be used (via serial numbers) as a method to determine and individual's identity. Read more...
Medical Waste. Breast implants that are removed from a deceased person are discarded as medical waste ( usually incinerated). Otherwise, the breast implants “travel” with the persons body. Read more...
Discarded. Anything in contact with a person is considered biohazardous and must be discarded according to state and local laws. Read more...
Thrown away. Medical devices are removed and discarded. This is a very bizarre question by the way.... Read more...

Can women with breast implants go rafting?

No limitations. Women with breast implants can do anything that one without can do--just be careful to avoid "bouncing" that often accompanies sporting activity. Wear a restrictive jog bra to limit injury risk. Read more...
Yes. Wait until your surgeon gives you the "go-ahead" before doing vigorous activities. This may be about 3-4 weeks post-op. Read more...
Yes. Once fully recovered from the procedure, women who have undergone breast augmentation surgery should be able to return to all activities, without restriction. Enjoy! Read more...
Of course (not day1) Certainly you can go rafting after breast augmentation as long as you are completely healed and your surgeon has lifted restrictions. This is typically 3 months following surgery but physicians may vary in their recommendations. Read more...