How does it work fat transfer breast augmentation?

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You have a range of breast augmentation choices if you want to boost the size and/or form of your breasts. Breast implants are the most common way to improve the appearance of your breasts, but they aren’t ideal for everyone. If you’d rather not have a foreign object (breast implant) inserted into your body, breast augmentation with fat transfer is an all-natural option that produces stunning results.

Liposuction is used to remove fat from a donor area of your body in this surgery (typically the abdomen, flanks, back or thighs). To attain your desired appearance, this fat is refined and injected into your breasts. Breast augmentation using fat transfer produces exceptionally natural-looking and feeling results.

Fat Transfer vs. Breast Implants

Breast augmentation has traditionally been done with saline or silicone implants. This technique produces stunning results that improve the size and contour of your breasts. However, there are certain disadvantages to implant surgery:

When your breast implants wear out, you’ll require a revision treatment to replace them (this typically occurs 10-20 years after your initial breast augmentation procedure)
Complications such as capsular contracture, rippling, or implant rupture are uncommon, although they can happen.
It may be difficult to get natural-looking results with an implant for women with small frames and little natural breast tissue.

These problems are no longer a problem with fat transfer breast augmentation.

Fat transfer produces long-lasting outcomes that don’t need to be redone in the future.

Many of the problems that come with breast implants can be avoided by using fat from your own body. Furthermore, because you’re employing a natural enlargement approach, your new breasts will appear and feel completely natural, even if you have a diminutive frame and little natural breast tissue.


Breast augmentation with fat transfer comes with a number of advantages:

The safest and most natural technique of breast augmentation
Your own fat is used, which eliminates the risk of an adverse reaction that might occur when an implant is placed in your body.

The results are long-lasting and natural-looking.
Intrusive procedure that requires less downtime and recovery time
In the area where fat was taken during liposuction, it provides further body contouring effects.
There are no scars on the breasts.


Is Breast Augmentation with Fat Transfer Right for Me?


Candidates for fat transfer breast augmentation are:

Are in decent physical condition
Have realistic expectations for the procedure’s outcome.
Would you like to see a small rise in the size of your breasts?
Have enough fat in other parts of your body to collect for the surgery.
It’s crucial to keep in mind that fat transfer has its limitations when it comes to increasing breast size. Implants may be a preferable option if you want a dramatic change in the size of your breasts.

Furthermore, fat transfer breast augmentation does not address sagging concerns. If this is one of your goals, Dr. Jean may suggest combining your fat transfer treatment with a breast lift to obtain your desired result.

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