Possible to Have C Cup from Fat Injections to Breasts?
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Fat transfer, grafting, opr injection for breast augmentation or enlargement
This was exceptionally controverisal in the past and is beginning to become a more viable option and recent studies have supported the potential application of this modality. It still remains unpopular for several reasons which mainly relate to the difficulty in predicting fat cell survival as well as the complications of fat death with nodules and irregualrities and confusing mammographic findings.
Recently a position paper was released by our society suggesting that this may be an option that warrants further investigation.
Fat grafting to the breast!
Fat grafting is a valuable tool in breast surgery. This technique has gained more popularity over the past 7 years. There are many techniques used to harvest the fat, process the fat and then re-inject the fat. Conventional suction lipectomy is performed with a small diameter cannula, processed by separating the liquid and fibrous tissue from the fat, and then placed into syringes for re-injection or through a closed system.
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Breast Enlargement with Fat Transfer
It is certainly an option but you would most likely need two or three sessions to achieve the amount of enlargement you're talking about...and there is at least some controversy remaining about exactly how much fat lasts after this procedure. I don't know that there's an absolute answer to that issue.
For more dramatic and immediate results you may need to consider implants. You should, of course, meet with a plastic surgeon to go over the specifics of your case.
I hope that this helps and good luck,
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