Hazards of breast injections with fillers

Many women are afraid of surgery and scarring, which is why they turn to breast injections with fillers, which unknowingly to them may be hazardous to their health.

THE most common kind of cosmetic surgery is breast augmentation and the recent years have seen an increase in women who opt for this procedure.

Prince Court Medical Centre consultant breast and endocrine surgeon Dr Harjit Kaur breaks it down to three most common reasons — loss of breast volume post-breastfeeding, women with smaller breasts wanting a fuller bust and sagging breasts with age.

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