A number of women choose to enhance the size of their breasts using breast implants. However, advancements in the field of medicine have led to innovative alternatives to traditional breast augmentation procedures. Learn more about the benefits of fat transfer for breast augmentation with this overview:
- Reduces Localized Fat Deposits
Fat transfer breast augmentation procedures work by harvesting localized fat deposits from a donor area on the patient’s body before re-injecting them into the breast tissue. By harvesting fat tissue from the abdomen, hips, thighs, or buttocks, fat transfer breast augmentation can increase the size of your breasts while simultaneously removing stubborn pockets of fat that are unresponsive to diet and exercise.
- Uses Your Body’s Own Fat Cells
Fat transfer breast augmentation is unlike traditional breast enhancement procedures in that it utilizes your body’s own natural fat cells rather than silicone or saline breast implants. While traditional breast augmentation procedures are incredibly safe when performed by a skilled surgeon, some women choose to undergo natural breast augmentation utilizing fat transfer methods because there is absolutely no risk of implant failure.
- Offers More Natural-Looking Results
A number of women struggle to choose between silicone and saline breast implants because they are not sure which type of implant will provide the most natural-looking results. Fortunately, fat transfer augmentations can enhance the size, proportion, and volume of your breasts while providing results that look and feel perfectly natural.
- Reduces Recovery Time
Because fat transfer breast augmentations increase the size of the breasts with injections rather than incisions, most patients require little downtime. In fact, most women are able to return to work within a few days following their procedures.
If you are interested in fat transfer injections, traditional breast augmentation, or facial rejuvenation, Dr. Ronan of Blackhawk Plastic Surgery is here to help. Give us a call at (925) 736-5757 to set up an initial consultation.