After pregnancy, weight loss, and aging, many women are left with breasts that have lost their volume and shape. But while these clients may desire to increase their cup size, they are not interested in the aesthetics that go along with breast implants. For these patients, a natural breast augmentation with fat transfer may be the ideal solution. By using the body’s own fat to attractively plump and reshape the breast mounds, a fat transfer breast augmentation can beautifully restore a youthful physique and enhanced self-confidence.
What is natural breast augmentation?
Fat transfer breast augmentation uses fat obtained from the patient’s body to boost volume in the chest and create naturally enhanced contours that are feminine and elegant. It is a popular alternative to implant surgery, which comes with certain risks, such as BII (breast implant illness), rupture, and rippling. Because a certain amount of the transferred fat does not survive, however, it’s important to note that a natural breast augmentation procedure can only modestly increase the bust by less than one cup size.
How is a natural breast augmentation performed?
During the first step, fat is extracted from a donor area using liposuction. Donor areas typically include the belly, thighs, or hips. One of the secondary benefits of this treatment is that it sculpts these donor regions where the fat is unwanted. In the next step, the fat is run through a centrifuge to purify and sterilize it before transfer. The final phase involves injecting the fat strategically into the chest to create a realistic and pleasing increase in volume.
What are the benefits?
- No incisions, anesthesia, or scarring
- No lengthy downtime
- No discomfort
- Slims and reshapes the donor area
- Little to no risk of complications or allergic reactions
- No need to maintain or replace implants
- Augments the breasts naturally
- Improves wardrobe options
- Boosts self-image and self-confidence
Who is an ideal candidate?
An ideal candidate for natural breast augmentation has the donor fat available to be harvested from the thighs, belly, buttocks, or hips. Patients with too little body fat will not qualify. Additionally, clients need to be non-smokers who are physically and mentally healthy with no significant medical conditions such as bleeding disorders or hypertension. Dr. Kaado will conduct a thorough physical evaluation and review of your medical history to ensure you are a match for a fat transfer breast augmentation.
Dr. Kaado will want to confirm that your expectations for your results are realistic. A natural breast augmentation using your own fat will yield less than a full cup increase in chest volume. If you desire a larger jump in breast volume, it may be wise to consider implant surgery.
What happens after my procedure?
After a fat transfer breast augmentation, your results will become visible gradually over the course of 3-6 months. Because the procedure is performed without anesthesia, you’ll be able to return to work within a few days. You should avoid wearing tight clothes, including bras, for a few weeks to let your new breasts settle in. Additionally, you’ll need to wear a compression garment on the donor areas (stomach, hips, thighs). This will help minimize the swelling after liposuction. Avoid sleeping on your belly for about 6 weeks post-op.
Why choose Dr. Kaado?
Dr. Kaado is an internationally recognized authority in the field of aesthetics, having trained all over the world with among the pioneers in emerging anti-aging technologies. His skill, artistry, and compassion have made him a sought-after resource when it comes to natural breast augmentation techniques. Dr. Kaado speaks four languages and works with people from all walks of life, from executives, athletes, and models to moms and students. His goal is always to deliver elegant, nuanced results that are perfectly suited to your wishes.
* $75 consultation fees for butt augmentation, bodytite, qwo, vaser liposuction and high definition liposuction.
If patient decides to go ahead with the treatment, that $75 will be credited towards the procedure.