A natural alternative to traditional breast augmentation, breast enlargement with a fat transfer allows women to subtly enhance the size of their chest.
Breast augmentation via fat transfer removes the need for breast implants. It involves taking unwanted fat from another area of the body – such as the hips, abdomen or thighs – and grafting it to reshape the breasts.
The procedure has two purposes. It may be used to enhance the results of a traditional breast implants or Dr. Larson can perform it on its own as an alternative to breast implants. It is important to know that this approach is ideal for women who want to make small chest size increases; a more dramatic transformation is not possible with a fat transfer.
When done with Dr. Larson’s conservative hand and artistic eye, the breast augmentation fat transfer procedure can create results that are both understated and beautiful.
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A fat transfer breast enhancement can be a terrific solution for select individuals. If you want to increase your breasts by about ¼ of a cup size and you have problem areas that would benefit from liposuction, this procedure may be right for you. During your initial consultation, Dr. Larson will assess your physique and help you determine if your desired results are attainable with this approach.
Your fat transfer breast procedure will be done on an outpatient basis, which means you will be free to return home immediately after the procedure. Depending on your health and personal preferences, it can be done under general or twilight anesthesia. The entire experience will last between two and four hours.
To begin, Dr. Larson will perform gentle liposuction. During this process, he will collect unwanted fat cells from another area of your body. He will then inject that fat into your breasts, strategically adding volume and sculpting the precise shape and size you desire.
The recovery period associated with this procedure is quite manageable.
Here is a look at what to expect as you heal:
In accordance with the decision made by the Governor, elective surgery will once again be possible in the state of Arizona as of May 1.
This means that we will be expanding the operating hours of our office on a limited basis to accommodate new patients and to care for post-operative patients.
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If you are coughing, feeling ill or have a fever, DO NOT come to the office. Call us instead and we can make arrangements to see you if you need us. We will also have limited staff present in the office so things may run a bit more slowly.
Telemedicine consults are still available, and we encourage you to use this option if possible.
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