Breast fat transfer came as an alternative to implants at exactly the right time – when the problems of implants were becoming more widely known and more and more patients were speaking out about breast implant illness, ruptured implants and other side effects of traditional implants.
Fat transfer is the future
As with any new medical procedure or technique, it takes time for both the medical community to embrace it, and for patients to trust it. Whilst many liked the idea of fat transfer, the actual reality of how successful the procedure actually was, has been its biggest hurdle to overcome. It has also taken a while for the surgeon insurance companies to add fat transfer as a procedure that the surgeons were covered for. However that changed earlier this year and most surgeons who perform the procedure are now covered.
Fat Transfer is a More natural option
The thing breast fat transfer patients love most about the procedure is that it gives them a more natural-looking result. The procedure is tailored to suit each and every patient. You want a fuller upper pole? That’s where the fat will be injected. Just want a bit more fullness? Consider it done. Admittedly, fat transfer still has its limits to how much fat can be transferred at one time (you can always have another procedure done if you want more), but you can also have a hybrid augmentation where implants and fat transfer are used together to give the patient exactly what they want.
More and more women are also recognising that putting a foreign object such as an implant into their bodies, may not be the best thing for them long term. So fat transfer is not only a more natural option, it also gives a more natural looking result. Another advantage of fat transfer is that it doesn’t need replacing at any point like implants often do.
Fat Transfer for Tuberous Breasts
Implants to fix tuberous breasts has always been a bit tricky but fat transfer can help correct tuberous breasts i. “Tuberous breasts are a real problem with implants – there’s the risk of a double bubble, and you sometimes need to do a mastopexy or some sort of lift. However, if you use fat transfer to put fat into the crease around a tuberous breast, the whole breast becomes normal again, and it’s a wonderful operation for a tuberous breast.”
Breast fat transfer has become a popular option for women wanting breast augmentation and enhancement.
For More Information about Fat Transfer to Breasts Surgery by Plastic Surgeons in Australia
- PERTH – Fat Transfer to Breast Perth – Dr Anh Nguyen Plastic Surgeon
- SYDNEY – Fat Transfer to Breast Sydney – Dr Jeremy Hunt – Plastic Surgeon
- MELBOURNE – Fat Transfer to Breast Melbourne – Dr Rebecca Wyten Plastic Surgeon
- GOLD COAST – Fat Transfer to Breast Gold Coast – Dr Mark Doyle
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