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Pregnancy and Breast Implants

Conveniently located to serve Columbus, Cincinnati, and Cleveland

CIPS is the leading destination for breast augmentation in Columbus. Dr. Bivik Shah, a board-certified plastic surgeon, has performed thousands of successful breast implant surgeries. Whether you want to fill out your clothes, boost your self-esteem, or simply change your look, Dr. Shah can help you achieve your desired results. Contact us today and learn more about the benefits and risks of breast augmentation and the latest implant options.


There are two questions that typically come up when patients are concerned with the relationship between pregnancy and breast implants. The first is whether the implants will affect the pregnancy. The answer to that is simple—no. The implants will not affect the pregnancy in any way, so you will be able to have a normal, healthy child.

The second question that comes up is whether the pregnancy will affect the implants. Many people think that if they get pregnant after a breast augmentation, the pregnancy will ruin their implants. This is not true. In general, pregnancy doesn’t do anything to the implants. They will stay the same shape, size, and position as they were before the pregnancy, however the shape of the breast itself may change significantly. That is, they may increase in size, as they often do when women get pregnant. Following the delivery of the child, or the end of breastfeeding, the breasts will usually deflate, or lose volume. When this happens, there may be some breast sag if the skin of the breasts doesn’t shrink with them. It is important to keep in mind, however, that this would still be the case even without implants. That said, the implants themselves will remain the same. If breast sag following pregnancy is something that you would like corrected, we recommend coming to see our top plastic surgeon in Columbus, Ohio for a breast lift.