If I got bbl could I get a little fat injected into dent in cleavage, or is my only option to redo boobs at this point? (Photo)

18 year old saline implants under the muscle, dent in cleavage

Doctor Answers 5

Fat grafting to breast.

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You can definately have a little fat grafted at your breast.  The surgeon just needs to be careful not to puncture the implant, but that is a very low risk.
Good luck, Ian Lytle, MD

Dearborn Plastic Surgeon
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Fat grafting to breasts

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Yes you can modify that dent with fat grafting. The better question though is do you want to exchange your old saline implants and readjust the pocket?


David Shifrin, MD
Chicago Plastic Surgeon
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Dent in breast

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Yes, you certainly can get fat grafting at the same time, but you may want to re-evaluate your implants as well.

Steven Wallach, MD
New York Plastic Surgeon
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Dr Kayser

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Thank you for your question. What you're asking for is absolutely reasonable. I would certainly suggest that you see a board certified plastic surgeon who has experience with concepts of fat transfer and breast surgery is. I hope this helps and have a wonderful day. Dr. Kayser - Detroit

Melek Kayser, MD
Detroit Plastic Surgeon
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Breast fat transfer

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Fat grafting is a very viable option to fix irregularities associated with breast augmentation. But you should consult with your surgeon to see if he or she advocates this therapy for your concern. 

Moises Salama, MD
Miami Plastic Surgeon
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