Breast augmentation with body fat

Breast augmentation with body fat

Breast Augmentation with body fat or Breast Lipotransfer is a procedure in which the patient's fat is used to increase the size and improve the shape of the breasts. It is performed by extracting fat from donor areas through liposuction, which is then processed and injected into the breasts to achieve the desired augmentation.

Who is a good candidate?

Breast Augmentation with body fat is an exceptional procedure for those patients who wish to increase the size of their breasts naturally using their fat. In addition, they must have sufficient fat in donor areas such as the abdomen, hips, or thighs and have realistic expectations about the results.

Recovery Process

The recovery process of breast augmentation with body fat, you may experience swelling, tenderness, and bruising in the donor and recipient areas. In addition to avoiding compression garments in the breast, avoiding strenuous physical activity and following postoperative instructions are recommended for a successful recovery.


Moderate sedation.


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Frequently Asked Questions

01. How long will the results of Breast Augmentation with body fat last?
The results can be long lasting, but it is important to keep in mind that some of the injected fat may be reabsorbed by the body. Generally, it is expected that a large amount of fat cells will remain permanently, but touch-ups may be necessary in the future.
02. Are there any prerequisites to be a candidate for body fat Breast Augmentation?
To be a candidate for this type of surgery, it is necessary to have sufficient fat in the donor areas, such as the abdomen, hips or thighs. It is important to note that with fat transfer, the reabsorption of fat cells can occur asymmetrically and several procedures may be necessary to obtain acceptable symmetry.


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