Is it true that if you have cheek implants done, you can't drink milk after surgery or even after months?

Is this a myth or real? Is it true that if you have cheek implants done, you can't drink milk after surgery or even after months?

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Cheek Implants and Milk

There is no known, or even concieveable, association between cheek implants and milk. This is a myth or wife's tale that I have never even heard of before.

Cheek Implants and Milk

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There is no known, or even concieveable, association between cheek implants and milk. This is a myth or wife's tale that I have never even heard of before.

Drinking milk after cheek implant surgery

In my more than 30 years of practice, I have never restricted this type of food to any of my patients after cheek, jowl, or chin implant surgery and I see no adverse effect from milk or any food as long as the wound is water-sealed closed.

Drinking milk after cheek implant surgery

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In my more than 30 years of practice, I have never restricted this type of food to any of my patients after cheek, jowl, or chin implant surgery and I see no adverse effect from milk or any food as long as the wound is water-sealed closed.

Is it true that if you have cheek implants done, you can't drink milk after surgery or even after months

I have performed many cheek implant procedures over the years and have never heard of any correlation between cheek implants and milk!  Don't worry!

Is it true that if you have cheek implants done, you can't drink milk after surgery or even after months

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I have performed many cheek implant procedures over the years and have never heard of any correlation between cheek implants and milk!  Don't worry!

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