Natural breast augmentation does have some risks including over-absorption of transplanted fat, as well as lumpiness or shape irregularities. Other risks include development of fatty cysts, fat necrosis, calcium formation, and false-positive mammograms. Your doctor will go over all of these risks with you.
The cost of this procedure will vary from patient to patient. Your doctor will go over the cost during your initial consultation.
You should keep the dressing on the small incisions until your next office visit. Take any prescribed medications. Your doctor may give you other specifics for your post-operative care.
The initial recovery times will be about one to three days, with any swelling and soreness resolving over the next few weeks. You should be able to return to your normal schedule within two to three weeks; however, strenuous activities or exercise should not be undertaken for at least four to six weeks.
During the augmentation procedure, fat will be harvested from one area, usually the hips, abdomen, or thighs, using gentle liposuction. This collected fat is then purified, after which it is injected into the breast area to add volume. The entire procedure will usually last between one to two hours. Pre-procedure breast expansion can sometimes be… Read More
Before the procedure, you will need to undergo a baseline mammogram. Do not take any anti-inflammatory medicationss, aspirin or herbal medications which may promote bleeding two weeks before the surgery. Ask your physician about any medicines you have been prescribed or take on a regular basis. If you are a smoker, you should stop since… Read More
Natural breast augmentation uses the fat transfer/fat grafting procedure to move fat from one part of the body, such as the thighs, hips or abdomen, to the breast to enhance size and shape. Liposuction is used to gently remove fat from sites containing undesirable fat deposits and transplant the fat to the breast. This technique… Read More