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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.

  • fat transfer on June 17, 2010

    Body fat transfer has the advantage over collagen injections, from that; it is not possible for a person developing an allergy to its own fat cells.

  • Well, this sounds interesting. Also, it would be a benefit for all those women who desire to have a great body. Perfect breast and no fats!!!

  • Great information! I’ve found that more and more patients are asking questions about fat transfers. It’s definitely gaining popularity.

  • Anonymous on August 10, 2010

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  • Anonymous on August 13, 2010

    hey would love to chat about how u feel about petite women getting a boob job not too big!! How is the recovery and yes I did trust the doctor.he was there for me …..

  • Edward Berzin on October 21, 2010

    Interesting information! Since this is in its experimental stage, I still prefer you consult only credible and well-experienced surgeons to discuss and do the procedure. Thanks.

  • Breast Augmentation Los Angeles on October 26, 2010

    its like killing two birds with one stone, dropping a little of that body fat while enhancing a couple other features. I would love to hear more about the procedure it seem revolutionary.

  • Lauri Hersh on March 27, 2011

    Is fat transferring really safe? We all know how effective organ transplant is, but fats? How, can you connect tiny pigmentation when you do the operation? Is like our intestine, which you can just throw it back to the tummy and it will arrange itself?

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