This is an important question, and generally speaking the answer is yes, assuming you could breast feed before the implants. Women who could breastfeed before implants can typically breastfeed after, but there is no guarantee that this will not change. Not all women are able to breastfeed (even without any prior breast surgery). Also, even if a woman is able to produce breast milk, whether or not she can produce enough milk for that to be the only source of feeding is not certain. If you have not tried breastfeeding before, you will not know if there is any change in your ability to breastfeed since there is nothing to compare it to. If you have the implants placed through an inframammary incision, the milk ducts are not cut across. If you have them placed through a peri-areolar incision (around the nipple areola) then the gland is cut along that area.