Staying Safe in the Solar Power World After Breast Augmentation

Breast augmentation is becoming increasingly acceptable as a way of boosting confidence or making corrections to deformations occurred by injury or disease. However, the safety of the process still remains a concern for ladies who are actively involved in the development of solar power.

These concerns stem from the direct exposure to sunlight. There are questions on the risks posed by direct radiation to augmented breasts. Well, there have been cases of solar burns, but these are quite rare. That said, it is important to know the dos and don’ts to keep you safe from this or any other solar related condition.

Opt for Autologous over Alloplastic Reconstruction

Breast reconstruction can be done using any of the two processes named above. A PubMed research revealed that 40% of people who undergo alloplastic breast augmentation are at a higher risk of solar burns than those who go for the autologous option. The former group is more likely to require surgical removal of affected cells (debridement).

Many people opt for the alloplastic process because it is deemed cheaper and faster. However, the frequent debridement costs may end up costing more than the autologous procedure.

Avoid Radiation and Dark Clothing

It is a common misconception that dark clothing protects augmented breasts from direct sunlight. However, simple science states that such clothes absorb more heat which is in turn transmitted to the breast. Opt for lighter shades of clothing instead.

In the early days after reconstruction, it is safer to avoid direct radiation. You can still make important contributions to the sustainable solar energy efforts without being out in the scorching sun. This should only be a temporary requirement though. In six to eight weeks, you can slowly ease back to the outdoors and re-immerse in the cause you love and feel more beautiful while at it!

Solar Power