You want bigger breasts. It is your body and you have a right to get what you want out of it. When nature doesn’t give you your ideal shape, our experienced plastic surgeon can enhance your bust. Whether your breasts have become smaller with aging, weight loss, or the effects of pregnancy, or you simply want more than you have, breast augmentation can give your bust the boost that you would like to see every time you look in the mirror. While many women choose to go with implants, you can get similar results with a fat transfer.
How Does a Fat Transfer Work for Breast Augmentation?
When you choose a fat transfer to enhance your breasts, our plastic surgeon will evaluate your breasts and look at the rest of your body for sources of excess fat. Typical areas for fat harvesting include the buttocks, stomach, and thighs. Once a source of fat has been identified, it can be removed. The fat must then go through a purification process. The final step is to inject the fat into your breasts to give you more volume.
Why Choose This Method of Breast Augmentation?
Opt for a fat transfer to increase the size of your breasts and you can have the peace of mind that comes with a natural solution. Your breasts will look and feel authentic because they are. It’s all you. As a bonus, you will get rid of some unwanted body fat during the procedure. The procedure is less involved than implant surgery. You will have a shorter recovery and less discomfort when you pump up your breasts with your own body fat.
Is a Fat Transfer Right for Me?
In order to be a candidate for a fat transfer, you need to have excess fat stored on your body. If you have always been lean or you work out really hard, finding fat may be a problem. If you do not have the fat to spare, you will need to consider other options.
Learn More About a Fat Transfer for Breast Augmentation
To find out if this option will work for you, set up an appointment with our plastic surgeon at Rejuvenate Med Spa in Oak Brook. This is your opportunity to explain what you want to get out of breast augmentation surgery. Explore all of your options, including a fat transfer. Talk to our plastic surgeon about the procedure and what you will need to do after your transfer.