Breast implants do not effect the breast feeding, a woman may or may not be able to effectively breast feed. Breast Implants do not influence the breast glands response to the hormones associated with breast feeding. The breast implants are placed under the gland or the chest muscle so they do not interact with the breasts ability to make milk. It is best to avoid trauma to the breast gland during the breast augmentation surgery, this is achieve by not tunneling through the breast. The inframammary approach allows this to be accomplished.