Dr. Devgan was featured in online health and wellness magazine, Mind Body Green, as well as French physical wellness magazine, Santé Magazine. In both articles, Dr. Devgan is a featured plastic surgeon, offering her opinion and expertise on breast augmentations and the effect they have on breast feeding.
Nearly 300,000 American women pursue their goal each year by undergoing breast augmentation (breast implant surgery, or breast enlargement). It is the most popular cosmetic surgical procedure in America. Most women who are considering the procedure are seeking the very best-- the most beautiful, natural, and feminine results that are achievable for their body, build, and frame. Breast implant surgery is one of Dr. Devgan's signature operations and one of her most-performed operations as well.
Dr. Devgan weighs in on the misconception that those who receive breast implants are no longer able to breast feed. Dr. Devgan states in Mind Body Green that, "breast implants have no effect on pregnancy or breastfeeding. If a woman with breast implants chooses to breastfeed, she simply does it the same way any other woman would breastfeed. This is true for both silicone and saline implants."
Dr. Devgan performs breast augmentation (breast enlargement, or breast implant surgery) with both saline and silicone implants. Incisions for breast implants are hidden either underneath the breast, around the areola, or in the armpit. Implants are placed either under the muscle or under the breast. Dr. Devgan performs a signature rapid-recovery, no-touch technique. This keeps incision scars very minimal with a rapid recovery time. Dr. Devgan's no-touch technique also is the best way to avoid any chance of infection. Dr. Devgan's no-touch technique helps keep the implants clean and disinfected before entering the breast.
By one month after surgery, the vast majority of patients say they feel "back to normal." Bruising, discomfort and most swelling has disappeared. The breasts will still continue to "settle" into their final position over the course of the next few months, and a tiny bit of additional swelling will go away, but one month is when most women really feel normal again.