1 week. In my practice we want our patients to wait 1 week before they fly or travel. Although with restrictions, it is safe to take a fight approx 1 week after surfer and you will be a lot more comfortable at the 1 week point as well.
A day or two. You should feel comfortable enough to fly a day or two post surgery. Keep in mind this also leaves you a plane flight away from your surgeon if a complication should arise.
Augmentation& flying. Patients from out of town usually fly out a week post surgery but some have done so sooner and then flew back for follow-up. I have not see any issues with flying but some patients have issues with driving due to the seat belt but that too settles pretty quickly or with use of a towel or padding in the first few days post surgery.
Flying ok. There is no medical limitation on when you can fly. Flying does not effect implants. I am also asked about diving. Diving does not effect implants.
Flying is safe! Flying on an airplane is safe with both saline and silicone implants. It is normal to feel sore for several days after your breast augmentation, but once you feel ready to fly, your implants will be ready too!
Flying. Flying after any surgery has more to due with anesthesia than the type of surgery. Usually don't recommend flying for 2 weeks after general anesthesia.
2 weeks. We usually recommend to our patients that they wait 2 weeks before flying after a breast augmentation.
A few days. I suggest that patients wait a few days before flying. This recommendation is made based on concerns of safety/discomfort. Generally, patients are over the worst part of the recovery (discomfort) by 4 days postoperatively. Best wishes.
Safe. It is safe to fly anytime after breast augmentation. It is not uncommon for me to treat women from out of town and they fly out within a couple days. Http://www. Dassmd. Com/about-the-office. Html.
Anytime. You should be able to fly whenever you feel capable of travel.
Yes. Yes. It is safe to get breast augmentation it has risks as do all surgeries but the majority are not life threatening.
Not always. If you have a high personal risk for breast cancer then breast augmentation, depending especially on how you choose to augment might not be safe. Breast augmentation can interfere with early breast cancer detection.
Bam. I don't neccessarily agree that breast augmentation interferes with breast surveillance. Http://www. Mdanderson. Org/newsroom/news-releases/2009/cosmetic-breast-implants-do-not-interfere-with-detecting-breast-cancer. Html.
Depends. It definitely interferes withe self breast examination and therefore early detection of breast cancer by the patient, maybe not with radio graphic detection as much.
Breast Augmentation. Breast augmentation is safe in all women. There are no level I studies that suggest otherwise. Mammograms can be negatively effected by implants, but mammograms are more negatively effected by breast tissue itself. This is why the us preventative service task force recommends baseline mammograms at 50.
Safe and Effective. Breast implants are the most researched implantable medical device, and rightly so as their placement is elective. While breast implants can improve the quality of life, they are not life saving and so are held to a higher standard. After 50 years of use, both saline and silicone implants are deemed safe and effective by the us fda. Like any choice we have in life, they are not however perfect.
Yes, Depends on you. There are always risks to any procedure. The most common include; bleeding, infection, and anesthesia complication. This is why one should seek out a board certified plastic surgeon. He/she will go over the risks and benefits. Breast implants are the most studied implantable devices in medicine. They are fda approved and 400+ peer reviewed studies show them to be safe and effective.
Safe Procedure. Although breast implants do make mammography slightly more difficult, large studies have shown no difference in the size of breast tumors at the time of detection, the stage of breast cancer, or the survival rate between women with breast implants and those without implants. Large studies have also shown no increased incidence of health problems related to implants, with very rare exceptions.
Yes. Breast augmentation surgery is generally a very safe procedure as long as some guidelines are followed. Seek consultation with board-certified plastic surgeons who can demonstrate excellent safety history/record. Anesthesiology and surgery facility should also be considered. Both saline and silicone breast implants are “safe” but each have pros/cons associated with their use. Consultation helpful.
Absolutely. Breast augmentation is a very safe, elective cosmetic procedure that is proven and straight forward. As with all surgical procedures there are the usual risks however it is very safe and effective for the appropriate person.
Very Safe. Yes, it is very safe as long as it is done by a board certified plastic surgeon. Doing research on your doctor is very important.
Yes. Breast augmentation surgery is considered a fairly safe surgery. Saying that it is still a surgery and there are some risk. Prior to any surgical procedure you will be asked to sign an inform consent form where the surgeon has explained to you the risk. Some risk are poor wound healing, kelloid formation, bleeding, capsular contraction, implant malposition etc. Brignonimd. Com.
Choose a good doc! There is inherent risk in any procedure and breast augmentation is no different. To minimize your surgical risks, you need to know how qualified your surgeon really is. Ask: 1. How many of these procedures they have performed 2. The most common complications they have seen 3. Their background and training all surgeons are not created equal...So choose your surgeon wisely!
While all surgery... Has risks, most women are very pleased with the breast augmentation procedure, and feel it was worth it. Risks of surgery are the typical ones (bleeding, infection, anesthesia, scar) and the ones related to the implant (limited lifespan of implant, replacement, hardening, leakage). Best to consult with a board-certified plastic surgeon to see if this is right for you.
Safety of breast aug. There are risks with any procedure but when done by a board certified plastic surgeon using a board certified anesthesiologist in a fully accredited facility, the risks are low. You should select and surgeon who is experienced and you should make sure that you have no medical problems that place you at higher risk.
In general, yes. Breast augmentation is safe, commonly performed, and fulfilling for the right candidates. All surgery has risks, though. Complications of breast augmentation include bleeding, infection, asymmetry, scarring, capsular contracture, implant failure or rupture, need for revision operation, decreased or altered sensation, possible changes in ability to breastfeed, and rarely alcl.
Plastic Surgeon. Please see a board certified plastic surgeon when considering this.
Breast Augmentation. Breast implant augmentation in general is a very safe and common procedure when performed by a board certified plastic surgeon. Here is a link regarding the safety of using a silicone implant: http://drnichter. Com/silicone-implants-toxic/.
Safe to enhance. If there are no medical issues then the risk of elective surgery like breast augmentation is minimal. Each type of implant whether it is saline, silicone gel or cohesive gel have their pros and cons but usually these become most relevant when considering a particular individual as some individuals are better suited to have one or the other implant. Discuss this with your plastic surgeon pre-surgery.
In General -- Yes. Many factors affect how safe a surgical procedure will be. Patient factors are important. If you are young, healthy, without major medical problems, not morbidly obese, and do not smoke, surgery should be very safe. You should have a consultation with a surgeon who has a lot of experience with breast augmentation. Be advised that there is a high revision rate following breast augmentation.
Push up bra? Yes it is Ok. But to be sure call your operative surgeon to ask this question...
Yes. Yes it is safe at this point.
Push up bra. Assuming everything is normal, yes, you can wear any bra you choose. There would be no issues with this.
Yes. At this point, it should be safe to wear any type of bra you wish. Enjoy!
Yes. At this point it should not be a concern. I encourage you to remain in contact with the surgeon who performed the surgery.
Sure. There are no issues with wearing whatever bra you would like at this time. Enjoy!
I just had breast augmentation 6/313 and I want to know is it safe to take oxyelitepro diet supplements yet?
Depends. Without knowing what's in that particular supplement, I usually advise my patients to wait four weeks before resuming vigorous diet / exercise programs.
Unfamiliar. Best thing to do is to bring the supplement in to your surgeon and have them take a look at the ingredients. Your surgeon should be the one clearing you to start new diets.
Safety/ Best to check with your family practitioner whether taking these supplements are “safe” at all; obviously you want to be careful about the use of unregulated “supplements”, whether or not you have had surgery. Once you know these supplements are safe, resuming their use should be no problem shortly after breast augmentation surgeon.
Probably safe. This is a caffeine supplement and also contains some unknown ingredients. If this product is safe, it is safe to resume several weeks after surgery. Vigorous exercise can be resumed about 6 weeks after surgery. Also, check with your surgeon. Http://www. Dassmd. Com/breast-augmentation/index. Html.
Restarting diet? Restarting your diet supplements a few weeks post surgery is generally safe but remember that like most cosmetic surgeries, significant weight changes will affect your result. It would be best to discuss this issue with your plastic surgeon now, if you did not do it earlier.