Breast implants, breast augmentation, and breast enlargement surgeries are very popular. Last year, over 300,000 women had their breasts enlarged to complement their figure or to fill redundant skin after having had children. Over the decades, augmentation procedures have been refined, many different types of implants have been developed, and both the operations and implants themselves are safer than ever. Here’s the good news: there is no known difficulty associated with breastfeeding after having implants, nipple sensitivity is usually not affected, and breast implants themselves do not restrict physical activity after complete healing.A consultation about your breast augmentation will include a review of the various breast implant options. Implants provide size enlargement, particularly forward projection and a fullness in the upper portion of the breast. They also elevate the position of the nipple. Especially an aging female breast does not necessarily have this profile. In fact, the majority of female breasts have some laxity and very little fullness in the upper part of the breast, particularly if the breasts are large or if the woman has had children. With implants, fullness in the upper part of the breast can be created or restored.