Have your breasts lost some of their volume due to breast feeding or the inevitable effects of aging? Are you looking for a one to two cup size increase but are nervous about the safety of implants? If yes, natural breast augmentation may be the answer for you. At Advanced Liposuction Center we have often heard women say they wish they could take fat away from an area that has plenty, such as the abdomen or those not-so-cute love handles and add it to their breasts. Now, with natural breast augmentation, clients can do exactly that.
A Safe and Simple Procedure
Natural breast augmentation is a fat transfer procedure that our cosmetic surgeons specialize in. There are 3 steps: First, fat is harvested from the area that the patient requests. Next the fat is concentrated and then it is placed into the breasts. Meticulous care is taken to preserve the fat cells without damaging them. The doctor will layer the fat into the breasts to make sure cells have adequate blood supply and also to ensure that the shape is correct. The procedure is done in our newly renovated medical facility in Cranberry Township and typically takes several hours.
Recovery is usually quick and easy. You will need someone to drive you home the day of the procedure and stay with you for the first 24 hours. Your breasts may appear bruised and swollen but most patients do not report being in pain. You may need a little help moving around for the first few days after surgery and you may feel tired and sore for about 2 weeks. In 2-3 weeks you can begin to resume normal activities, including light exercise.
There are many benefits to increasing your breast size through natural augmentation:
- Fat being transferred is the patient’s own tissue so rejection reactions are impossible.
- Fat transfers do not interfere with mammograms and even patients with first generation history of breast cancer can receive this treatment.
- Minimal incisions reduce the risk of scarring.
- Natural breast augmentation is permanent and does not have to be replaced the way implants do.