Fat Transfer Breast Augmentation
Fat transfer breast augmentation, also known as fat grafting or autologous fat transfer has become the answer to every woman’s quest for bigger breasts.
This is because the procedure uses liposuction techniques to get fat from certain portions of your body. The surgeon then injects it into your breasts to make them appear fuller and larger.
In other words, this procedure hits two birds with one stone: you will be able to increase your cup size while taking inches off your tummy.
Fat Transfer Breast Augmentation Procedure
Breast augmentation with fat transfer is a simple process. Here is a step-by-step explanation of how surgeons perform fat grafting to the breasts: The surgeon injects a local anesthesia to numb your body.
They then remove excess fat, either manually or by machine from certain portions of your body, usually from the stomach or thigh area. The harvested fat will go through centrifugation process to separate and remove unwanted components such as blood, water or oil.
At the same time, the doctor will remove 50 milliliters of blood from your body. They place the 50 ml of blood in a centrifuge to separate the platelets containing stem cells.
The surgeon then combines the stem cells combined with the harvested fat. Then the doctor injects the harvested fat in your breasts, giving you a natural look.
Note: It takes two and a half pints of fat to make your breasts bigger by one cup size. Each of your breasts can only hold up to one-and-a-quarter pints of fat, so keep your expectations reasonable.
Benefits of Fat Transfer Breast Augmentation
- You Can Get An Instant Liposuction And Bigger Cup Size Both At The Same Time. It’s a win-win situation – bigger breasts and smaller waist.
- It Is A Safer Alternative To Silicone Breast Implants. At the same time, you are sure that there are no foreign objects staying inside your body.
- It Gives Your Breasts A More Natural Look. Again, the reason for bigger cup size is the transplanted fat grafts in your breasts.
- Extra volume makes the breasts move and look natural.
- There Are Only Small Openings From The Liposuction And Injection Procedures. This reduces the possibility of scarring.
- Your own body’s cells there Is No Risk of Rejection or Allergic Reaction. Thanks to its small incisions, of course.
- Preventing Nodules Of Hardened Fat. This procedure includes mixing with your own body’s cells, which lessens the occurrence of rejection and hardening of the injected fat.
Frequently Asked Questions
Is fat transfer breast augmentation worth it?
Yes. This type of cosmetic procedure is worth it, as long as you choose a certified surgeon for fat grafting breast augmentation. It is important to who keeps up with the latest procedures and advancements in the field.
They should also have extensive experience in doing this type of procedure. Ask for a portfolio of his previous clients with before and after photos before you schedule the surgery. If possible, try to contact the former patients to ask them about their experience with the same doctor.
What are transfer breast augmentation risks and downsides?
Despite taking certain precautions, there are still fat transfer breast augmentation risks and downsides. This includes:
- Breasts Can Only Hold Certain Amount Of Fat. If you are hoping to be at least two sizes bigger, then this may not be the right option for you.
- Your Body May Reabsorb The Fat. This will make your breasts decrease in size over time. This is why the doctor takes the time to combine your platelets with the harvested fat. This will slow down the re-absorption process and make it last up to two years.
- The Need For Further Fat Injections. If you want the harvested fat to last for a while, then injecting fat grafts on occasion is your best option. The good news is that your fat can stay in refrigeration for up to two years. This gives you enough time to enjoy your fuller boobs without repeating the whole procedure.
- Surgical Risks Exist. Risks such as sagging, redness, bruising and even saggy skin can happen.
- There Is No Guarantee Of Breast Symmetry. In terms of size, shape and appearance, your breasts may not be perfectly symmetrical.