Many people are familiar with the ins and outs of a saline breast implant procedure, as well as the famous silicone breast implantation. Both of which are well known for transforming the patient’s breasts into bigger and better versions of themselves. And tell me, who doesn’t want the perfect pair of breasts? However, there seems to be a new and improved way of enhancing your size that has cropped up on the scene: Fat transfer breast augmentation.
Why is fat grafting on the rise in Europe and in the United States? Although it is still a very new procedure, it has demanded the attention of many women – young and old. Not only does it make your breasts bigger, but LipoStructure can make your thighs smaller at the same time.
Autologous fat transfer, another name for fat grafting, is made up of two main surgeries. The first of which involves the removal of fat from specific areas of your body – most likely your thighs, buttocks or stomach. Once a sufficient amount of fat is collected, it undergoes a process of centrifugation. The result is a liquid of fat free from unwanted substances, such as blood, oil, and water. The second procedure, done on the same day, is the insertion of the fat into the breasts. This is done through tiny incisions, therefore minimal scaring.
The benefits are endless. Because it involves a completely natural substance that comes from your own body, the outcome looks and feels drastically more natural than other types of breast implants. The chances of scaring are decreased, because the incisions are so minor. Some women have had the procedure done to only one of their breasts to ensure that they are both in proportion. This has given them the opportunity to compare the fat grafted breast with the unreconstructed breast. Many of these women have claimed that the sensation and feeling in both are almost identical. And unbelievably so, this remarkably quick procedure can leave you feeling perfectly normal in no more than three weeks.
Unfortunately, this procedure does have a few down sides. Before you jump into breast fat grafting, it would be wise to consider these facts carefully. It is a relatively new procedure which means that the long term effects are still unbeknown to many researchers. The short term effects may look beneficial, but there is no way of knowing the effects over an extended period of time. Fat is also known to reabsorbed into the body, therefore increasing the possibility of your new ‘bigger and better’ boobs being temporary. And when it comes to breast cancer, self-examination would become more difficult, because early signs won’t be detected as easily as before.
‘Bigger and better’ does not always mean the best. Fat grafting could be the most effective way to lose fat and increase in cup size at the same time. However, only time will tell if this new and improved breast augmentation is safe and effective for women of all ages and sizes.