Women desire breast augmentation surgery for various reasons. Some women would like to fit better in their clothes, others are looking for a subtle lift following childbirth, and others simply want to look and feel better in their own skin.
There are many different ways to go about having a breast enhancement. If you are looking for a natural breast augmentation, a fat transfer breast augmentation may be right for you.
This type of breast augmentation uses liposuction to take fat from other parts of your body and inject it into your breasts. This procedure is an option for women who are looking for a relatively small increase in breast size and desire natural looking results. Let’s take a look at how you can achieve a natural breast augmentation with a fat transfer, giving you the results you’ve always dreamed of!
As an alternative to implants, breast fat transfer uses liposuction to remove fat cells from the stomach, hips, and other areas that have an abundance of fat. You may have heard these procedures called “natural breast augmentation,” “fat injects,” or “lipotransfer,” which are all basically the same procedure.
The excess fat is used to enhance your breasts, so you can have fuller, natural looking breasts, although you don’t have to be incredibly overweight to take part in this procedure. In fact, even skinny patients do extremely well with a natural breast augmentation using fat transfer.
This type of procedure is an outpatient surgery, meaning you’ll be able to arrive at our facility and leave the very same day. It’s important to note that since you are having surgery on more parts of your body instead of just traditional breast implant surgery, recovery may be harder, which is why we recommend you follow our recovery tips!
If you are seeking natural, fuller breasts, a fat transfer breast augmentation may be right for you. By transferring fat from unwanted areas on your body, you can restore the fullness of your breasts in no time.
If you are interested in a natural breast augmentation using a fat transfer to the breasts or considering traditional breast implant surgery, you can schedule a consultation with Dr. Grawe where she will explain the procedure and answer any questions you may have.