Silicone breast implants are never placed in the breast tissue. They are placed under the breast tissue, under the muscle membrane or under the muscle. In other words, the mammary glands and milk ducts that provide milk production and secretion are in front of the prostheses. Accordingly, people with silicone breast implants can breastfeed their babies easily and after birth. Only when the incision is made around the nipple can breastfeeding be problematic. For this reason, it is not advisable to place the prosthesis around the nipple if you are considering pregnancy.