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    Default Does Age matter for a Breast Surgery?

    I must admit that I'm curious about being sexy. I have been a fan of Hollywood celebrities and I'm amazed about their beautiful faces and perfect bodies. Well, I have read in an article that some of these famous actresses had their breast surgery or implants as early as 18 years old? Would that be possible? I just hope it could be safely done and has no side effects. Does age matter for that type of surgery?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DivisionWitty View Post
    I must admit that I'm curious about being sexy. I have been a fan of Hollywood celebrities and I'm amazed about their beautiful faces and perfect bodies. Well, I have read in an article that some of these famous actresses had their breast surgery or implants as early as 18 years old? Would that be possible? I just hope it could be safely done and has no side effects. Does age matter for that type of surgery?
    Who honestly cares? (snip)
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    this is not the correct place for comments like this...she is looking for information, not anyone's sexual related comments

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    now to answer the question: yes age can matter but your health matters more-as for teenagers getting elective surgery like implants, I honestly think it's a bad idea-your body changes so much and you'll have to get them redone again probably by the time you're 35-I say find a doctor you trust and that makes you feel good about your choices and will help you achieve your ideal look and shape-he/she should also be upfront and realistic about what can/cannot/should not be done-this decision is for you and you alone to make

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    Quote Originally Posted by ~gymdiva~ View Post
    this is not the correct place for comments like this...she is looking for information, not anyone's sexual related comments
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    I'vs been watching women for many years and some girls at 18 are flat chested and thin and go on to develop really nice figures with big boobs.That is so young maybe you could just give it a few years and see.In 10 years you will still be young.
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    Just something else to think about:

    I work in the medical breast imaging field (medical device manufacturer) and have been in this field for 10 years.
    If you have small, dense breast tissue it is much more difficult to detect possible breast cancers during a mammogram. Implants can complicate this issue and depending on the size/type/and technique used, may render mammogram ineffective or impractical. This would mean that handheld ultrasound is required which could increase the out-of-pocket expense for annual breast exams as handheld ultrasound is not the standard of care.
    In my opinion the first thing you should research is to find out if you have dense breasts. Depending on which state you live in your MD may not be required to tell you if you have dense breasts but if you ask, they will let you know.

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