Breast Augmentation with Fat Transfer
Are you looking to enhance your breast size slightly? Breast Augmentation with Fat Transfer in Dallas is a popular breast procedure to achieve fuller breasts with natural results without breast implants. It is essential to understand that there is a limitation in the size of breast augmentation with fat transfer. However, enlarging your breast with your own body fatty tissue will accentuate a curvy figure and provide a more appealing cleavage. Fat transfer is combined with liposuction and usually moves fat from the abdomen or thighs to the breasts. Fat grafting is also known as a fat transfer and is often used in breast reconstruction after mastectomy and in revision breast surgery. Fat transfer can also be done primarily to enlarge the breasts.
Natural Breast Augmentation with Fat Transfer in Dallas
Natural Breast Augmentation is gaining in popularity among women. This procedure uses liposuction to remove the excess of fat in some areas of the body, and it is transferred to the breasts providing a more natural contour and refreshed look.
Board Certified Plastic Surgeon Dr. Azouz has a wide experience performing natural breast augmentation. If you want to schedule an appointment with our Top Breast Plastic Surgeons in Dallas, contact Dr. David Azouz or Dr. Solomon Azouz by calling (972) 702-8888.
Candidate for Breast Fat Grafting
Breast Augmentation with fat transfer is a procedure for women with overall good health, realistic expectations, and a modest desire to increase their breast size.
- Achieve a natural look without breast implants
- Achieve a natural feel to the breast
- Minimal scarring
- Liposuction removes stubborn fat at the same time
Fat transfer procedure
Breast Augmentation with Fat Transfer is a minimally invasive procedure and is commonly done outpatient with local anesthesia and sedation. Generally, the fat used in natural breast augmentation is harvested from the abdomen, back, thighs, or hips with liposuction. Then, the fat extracted from these areas is purified, and the grafted fat cells are injected into the region of the breast to enlarge the breasts. Fat grafting can also be used to cover implants in revision breast surgery and in breast reconstruction.
Recovery after Breast Augmentation with Fat Transfer
After Breast Augmentation with Fat Transfer procedure, the fat injected into the breast will “take”, this means the amount of fat that survives the transfer. With his meticulous technique, Dr. Azouz is able to allow a high level of “take” of fat to maintain patients’ results. This procedure is minimally invasive, and most patients report minimal pain after natural breast augmentation. Most patients can return to work activities after a few days.
Pros and Cons of Breast Augmentation with Fat Transfer
- Avoids a breast implant.
- Achieve natural texture and feel.
- Minimally invasive
- Fast and enhanced recovery
- Autologous Fat Grafting does not reshape or resize the breast considerably.
- Fat transfer will not correct sagging breasts. Instead, a breast lift is recommended.
- Breast augmentation with fat transfer usually requires multiple procedures to increase bra size.
Does Fat Transfer to Breasts Last Permanently?
Results can last as long as the patient keeps the same weight. If the patient gains or loses weight, the entire body’s fat will expand or reduce respectively and will affect the whole body, including the breast. If you want to keep the shape and volume of your breast no matter your weight, you might consider having implants for breast augmentation.
Schedule your consultation with Dr. Azouz
If you are considering having a natural breast enhancement, contact Dallas Breast Plastic Surgeon Dr. Azouz to explore your options for Breast Augmentation and make an informed decision about what technique is better to fulfill your expectations. Call (972) 702-8888 or contact us online to book your appointment. Dr. David Azouz and Dr. Solomon Azouz serve patients from Dallas, Plano, and Forth Worth. Virtual consultations are available.
Frequently Asked Questions
Yes, a mammogram will be able to detect a ruptured implant. However, it is easier to detect extracapsular ruptures where the silicone is moving freely inside the breast pocket. An intracapsular rupture is harder to detect since the silicone is located within a tissue capsule the body has formed around the implant. With that being said, Dr. Azouz may be able to determine if your breast implants are ruptured during your physical exam.
Yes! Fat can be harvested from other areas with excess fat, such as the buttocks, abdomen, love handles, or thighs. The fat cells are purified and then transferred to the breasts using an injection.
Yes, belly fat is a common source of fat transfers since women get the added bonus of liposuction with their breast reconstruction or augmentation.
The transferred fat that “takes” can last for many years after being placed.
You should lay slightly elevated (like in a recliner) which helps with swelling.
A fat transfer removes excess fat from one area of the body using liposuction and then transfers that fat to another area with injections. The fat can be taken from the buttocks, abdomen, thighs, or other areas, and will be purified before it is injected into its new location.
Dr. Azouz will let you know when you are able to take off your compression garments.
You should sleep upright or slightly elevated for the first week or so after breast augmentation.
The first week after your fat transfer will be the initial healing period when you feel the most discomfort and experience some swelling and bruising. This can be treated with medication and you will be able to resume your normal activities after a few days. You should be fully healed within 4-6 weeks.
You should wait 4-6 weeks to run or participate in any strenuous activity after your breast augmentation.
During the first week of your recovery, you may have mild to moderate swelling and feel sore but this can be treated with over-the-counter or prescription pain medication. At weeks 2-3 post-op, you may still feel slightly sore but should be able to move around easier.
Natural breast augmentation or fat transfer is safe because your breasts will be augmented using your bodys own fat cells.
It is important to undergo a fat transfer with a trusted and experienced plastic surgeon, like Dr. Azouz, to help limit the risks of fat transfer.