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Fat Transfer Breast Augmentation

Breast augmentation with fat transfer is known as "autologous breast augmentation." The surgery entails removing fat from another part of the body, such as the abdomen, love handles, thighs, or buttocks. Fat cells are collected, processed, and then injected into the breasts to enhance volume. This surgery results in a little increase in breast volume. Because it is your natural fat, the effects are extremely soft and natural. This method is also less invasive than implant augmentation.

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Before Surgery

  1. Be in contact with your coordinator to make sure the correct type of tummy tuck that you need 

  2. Once your surgery is scheduled, you will receive a welcome packet. 

 

Most important, following your surgeon's recommendations before surgery will give you a successful and speedy recovery.

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Surgery Date

  • Do not eat or drink anything after midnight.

  • Come with a companion over 21 years old.

  • Wear loose, comfortable clothing that's easy to take on and off on the day of your surgery

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After Care

  1. Keep your incision clean.

  2. Don’t do any heavy lifting for the next two months after your surgery.

  3. Use a good scar treatment. 

 

Most important, following your surgeon's recommendations before surgery will give you a successful and speedy recovery.

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How long does a fat transfer breast augmentation last?

Some fat cells will be reabsorbed once they have been delivered to your breasts, therefore overfilling is required. The fat that remains after the three-month healing phase has produced blood vessels in the fatty tissue, boosting your breast volume in the long run.
However, there are a few things to keep in mind when analyzing the results:

  • There will be some reabsorption of the injected fat, which may result in a modest reduction in size.

  • When you gain or lose weight, your body shape, including your breasts, can change.

  • As your weight fluctuates, fat cells might become larger or smaller. If you lose a substantial amount of weight, the outcome of your treatment may be affected.