There are many women out there that are likely worried about breast implants interfering with their ability to engage in breastfeeding their children. This is a perfectly valid concern that we will try and address in this blog. In a recent article in Baby Center titled Breastfeeding after breast augmentation (implants), the issue of breastfeeding after augmentation is highlighted. As highlighted in the article in response to being able to engage in breastfeeding after breast implants, the author asserts, "Most likely. It depends on the kind of surgery you had, but most approaches are compatible with breastfeeding. Incisions made under the fold of the breast or through the armpit shouldn't cause any trouble. A "smile" incision around the areola increases your risk of having breastfeeding problems." This is great for would be mothers or mothers soon to be, who wish to have a breast augmentation with implants. Having the reassurance that breastfeeding will still be possible is certainly comforting. If you or anyone else is interested in having a breast augmentation please give Dr. David Broadway a call at Broadway Plastic Surgery, here in Lone Tree, Colorado! Remember, such procedures will not typically interfere with being able to engage in breastfeeding with your child.