Breast augmentation is one of the most popular cosmetic surgeries. Over the years, breast augmentation has evolved in many ways. From what breast implants are made of to their shape, you have many options for enhancing your breasts.
One of the newer and natural methods of Dallas breast augmentation is fat transfer. This cosmetic procedure involves removing fat from other areas of the body and carefully injecting it into the breasts. Many patients opt to have transferred from their ‘problem zones,’ such as the stomach, arms, thighs, and back.
Before you decide to get fat transfer breast augmentation, it’s essential to consider the pros and cons outlined below.
Fat Transfer Pros
If you’re unsure about having breast implants because of putting foreign objects in your body, a transfer into your breasts could be what you need.
Fat transfer is all-natural and feels that way in the breasts, so you don’t have any worries about your breasts looking or feeling ‘fake.’ Also, the fat is carefully processed and washed to ensure your body accepts as much of it as possible.
Fat transfer results are permanent because no synthetic products are entering the body. You don’t have any risk of the grafted fat rupturing, so you can enjoy your new look for life. While the body can reabsorb some fat, your surgeon will carefully estimate how much fat to inject to ensure you get the results you want.
Dallas Breast implants aren’t made to last for life. Most women need to replace them every 10 or 20 years, so revision surgeries are required. But fat transfer enhances your breasts naturally, so you won’t have to undergo another procedure!
If you like getting two things at the same time, a fat transfer could be a great deal! Your surgeon removes fat from your trouble areas, such as the tummy, and transfers it to your chest. Imagine – you can get rid of fat in areas that have bothered you for years, and you get a bigger chest, as well.
Because of liposuction, you could have a flatter stomach, non-existent love handles, AND fuller breasts.
Breast augmentation with fat transfer is safe for almost all women because there are no synthetic materials used, so there’s no risk of an adverse reaction to the implants.
Some women are concerned about breast scarring with traditional breast augmentation. But with fat transfer, the fat is put in with small incisions that are almost unnoticeable after you’ve healed.
Breast augmentation with silicone or saline implants can have complications. For example, scar tissue can form around the implant and cause capsular contracture. Or the implant can leak. While this generally isn’t hazardous, both complications require revision surgery, more recovery, and more scarring.
Fat transfer comes with few complications and risks. Fat transfer is just moving a natural part of your body from one place to another.
Breast enhancement with fat transfer only allows you to increase your size so much. Most surgeons say you just can go up a single cup size. The reason for this is there’s insufficient space in the breast to put more. So if you want a more significant enhancement, you’ll need to consider implants.
The fat that the plastic surgeon injects lacks a blood supply and must use what is already in the breasts. So not all of the fat cells will live. It’s expected that the retention rate of fat injected is 50% to 90%.
Also, fat could be reabsorbed by the body. While plastic surgeons do their best to ensure as much fat survives as possible, the body could reabsorb much of that fat, leaving you with minimal results.
Are your breasts sagging due to aging or pregnancy? Unlike breast implants, a fat transfer does not lift your breasts. Also, implants usually provide a more lifted look on their own that you don’t get with fat transfer.
You’re getting two cosmetic procedures at once, so the cost is higher. Fat transfer breast augmentation usually costs $5,000 or $10,000 more than implants.
Was Banned In The Past
The American Society of Plastic Surgeons banned the practice in 1987; side effects were too significant, and many believed the injections made it difficult to read mammograms checking for cancer. Mammogram technology has improved, but if this concerns you, breast implants may be better.
Are You An Ideal Candidate?
You could be if you meet these criteria:
- You want natural-looking and feeling breasts.
- You desire a one-cup increase in breast size.
- You aren’t pregnant and are generally healthy.
- You would like to benefit from breast enhancement and liposuction at the same time.
Dallas Fat Transfer Breast Augmentation Consultation
Once you’re ready to take the next step and book your consultation, there’s no turning back. The results you’ve dreamed of are within your grasp. Stop delaying, and schedule a Dallas fat transfer breast augmentation appointment with plastic surgeon Dr. Raja Mohan today.
You won’t regret your decision!
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