It's amazing the things we get worked up over. I breast fed both of my children. I did it for their health, but it wasn't easy. Part of the trouble was having to see my "new" chest on a regular basis. A post-baby body is not always a beautiful thing and to have to see it on a regular basis is emotionally tough.
What would breast feeding with breast implants be like? Would it be easier to look at your perfectly formed chest multiple times a day? I wonder...
But I'm not sure if having surgery before you get pregnant is a good idea. Pregnancy changes your body a lot. You should speak to a breast augmentation surgeon in Eugene before you decide to have the surgery. They can advise how pregnancy will affect your body and your surgical results.