Many girls are tempted to incorporate silicone. But is this a completely safe procedure? Here’s what they say about it doctors.

Cosmetic surgery over the last decades seems to really booming, and certainly the most popular surgery – breast augmentation. On the market there are different types of implants, among which are those silicon. But how to choose the correct one implant, which even in the distant future will not endanger health?

Unfortunately, experts do not have a positive answer to this question. According to the latest report of the American Association of Plastic Surgeons, there is no procedure for breast augmentation which is no long-term risks, whether working for gel implants or implants filled with saline solution.

Also, there are no sufficient number of studies that dealt in detail with the effects of the implants on women’s health, but doubts points that there are huge risks of various diseases.

Of course, the worst possible outcomes are tumors of the breast, cancer of the lymph nodes and other types of cancer, but there is a danger of occurrence of connective tissue disease, rheumatoid arthritis, autoimmune diseases, circulatory problems, problems with fertility and even and mental health problems.

-There are no sufficient information that could relate silicone implants with health difficulties, but there are no adequate studies on the subject. However, regardless of the type of implants, has been shown that there is little risk of breast and uterus, and greater risk of lung cancer, disorders of the immune and circulatory problems, he said.

Americans are now determined to carry out detailed studies and in the years to follow as much as possible number of women who made aesthetic corrections, particularly breast augmentation.

Before the intervention it will be made a detailed family history and will make detailed laboratory analysis, as would detectable regularities of occurrence of certain diseases and would have found a possible connection with the built implants.

– We hope that we will manage to gather enough information on what the consequences could be expected after five, ten or 15 years from breast augmentation. So far there is insufficient evidence that the implants are harmful, or safe, said Reuters Heath Dr. Rod Rorich, a professor at the University of Texas at Dallas.