I'm 5"2 130 pounds May I get quotes please on how to get close to my desired pics? Everything included (Photo)
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Your photos show huge enlargements (for your anatomy).
Proper procedure will be to graft as much as can be reliably expected to survive because of adequate circulation. Some of the injected fat always dies, and any surgeon who claims "near 90-100% take" is a liar at worst and a tall-tale teller at best. About 50% of the grafted fat survives long term, and then only if it is done properly! So you may want to consider more than one treatment (operations) for optimal size and long-term outcome being preserved.
You can have the first step done by July and will look quite good, but not as bodacious as your goal photographs. Just being honest, since there are plenty of doctors who will tell you what you want to hear rather than what is honest and accurate! Best wishes! Dr. Tholen
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