I'm an Ironworker and really want to get breast implants

I'm an ironworker and would love to get breast implants, but I don't know if that would be safe for the line of work I do. I'm afraid that they would get popped or something.. any suggestions.. thank you

Absolutely you can have implants. The recovery period will be critical to allow everything to heal so that you can do all the work that you are accustomed to without putting yourself in harm's way. Discuss this part specifically with your surgeon. There is nothing about your work that would put the implants in danger.

Best of Luck!

M. Scott Haydon MD
M. Scott Haydon MD
4701 Bee Caves RdAustinTX78746US

M. Scott Haydon MD

4701 Bee Cave Road, Suite 202, Austin, TX,
78746, US

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Thank you for your question and interest in breast augmentation surgery. Many women in physically demanding professions have had breast augmentation surgery and enjoy the look and confidence that comes from breast enhancement. Being an ironworker does not mean you can't have implants. It is always best to consult with a board-certified plastic surgeon in your area and carefully plan your recovery and return to vigorous physical activity. Best wishes on a great result!

Trent D. Douglas, MD
Trent D. Douglas, MD
8899 University Center LnSan DiegoCA92122US

Trent D. Douglas, MD

8899 University Center Lane, Suite 200,
San Diego, CA, 92122, US

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Implants are quite durable and on top of that, they come with a warranty to help replace them should they rupture before 10 years... and that should provide you ample protection from any concerns about your line of work and its potential impact on implants. Once you are 'healed', there are NO RESTRICTIONS on your activities thereafter. So get them and enjoy what they can do for you.

Curtis S. F. Wong MD
Curtis S. F. Wong MD
1950 Rosaline AveReddingCA96001US

Curtis S. F. Wong MD

1950 Rosaline Avenue, Suite F, Redding, CA,
96001, US

Being an ironworker would not be a reason to be excluded from breast implants. Find a experienced board certified plastic surgeon to discuss your concerns. Good luck.

Jeffrey N. Thaxton, MD
Jeffrey N. Thaxton, MD
505 Capitol StCharlestonWV25301US

Jeffrey N. Thaxton, MD

505 Capital Street, Suite 100, Charleston,
WV, 25301, US