Breast Augmentation With Implant vs. Fat Transfer
If you have a small chest, have had breast reconstructive surgery or want your body to look more balanced, youâ€™ve probably considered breast augmentation with implant vs. fat transfer. Here are some of the differences between breast augmentations with implant vs. fat transfer:
ď ą For a fat transfer breast augmentation, fat is liposuctioned from one section of your body to be deposited in the breasts. Your blood is drawn and the platelets, which contain stem cells, are separated. These stem cells are injected into the fat. Your breasts will have a natural look, the incisions are small, decreasing scarring and thereâ€™s no risk of injection.
With fat transfer, over time the body reabsorbs the fat—thus, you’ll need more injections for maintenance over time.
ď ą For a breast augmentation with implant vs. fat transfer, you can expect the results to last longer with an implant. Implants allow for more significant increase in breast size, since fat only allows two and a half pints of material.
Compare a breast augmentation with implant vs. fat transfer. Visit Wave Plastic Surgery & Aesthetic Laser Center at http://www.waveplasticsurgery.com/non-surgical/acne-treatment/ or call (213) 383-4800.
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Published on Jan 13, 2017
For a fat transfer breast augmentation, fat is liposuctioned from one section of your body to be deposited in the breasts. Log on http://www...