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What Is Fat Transfer Breast Augmentation?

For Women’s Health, I explore the basics of what you need to know about fat transfer for the breasts, face and butt. Since you’re using your own fat, people also call this natural plastic surgery. But did you know that you can’t really gain more than one cup size in your boobs if you go this route? Check out the story to learn more.

5 Things You Need To Know About Natural Plastic Surgery – Grace Gold for Women’s Health

(Photo above is courtesy of Dr. Parham Ganchi; it shows a butt augmentation fat transfer from the stomach)

The Future Of Breast Augmentation

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Over at the My Life In Beauty blog, “The Knife Coach” Wendy Lewis and Dr. Z. Paul chat about the newest procedures in breast augmentation, and what the future may hold.

The focus is on ‘fat grafting breast augmentation’ – which is also known as ‘fat transfer breast augmentation,’ a method that is still very much in experimental phases, and which I’ve covered as a feature story on AOL StyleList.

Because so much is still unknown in this arena, I wouldn’t personally recommend that you consider for your breast augmentation today (unless of course you’re a reconstruction patient, where the circumstances are different) – but it could be something that develops and grows into a more ‘natural’ option for all breast augmentation patients sometime in the near future.

Breast Augmentation Fat Transfer

The thought of swapping out extra fat from your tummy or thighs to your breasts sounds pretty amazing, doesn’t it?

The technique is called breast augmentation fat transfer.

And while it sounds like something out of a sci-fi movie, it’s a technique that more and more plastic surgeons are experimenting with today!

One important thing: This technique is in the experimental phase, so I don’t advise that you try to find a plastic surgeon who will perform this on you right now.

But it’s a super interesting technique that you may be able to safely consider a little further down the road, once they’ve completed more tests to make sure everything is kosher. READ MORE.