Fat Grafting or Other Options for Breast Increase?
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Autologous Fat Transfer for Breast Augmentation
Using fat harvested from liposuction is a great way to naturally enlarge the breasts. However, in patients with minimal fat deposits, finding enough fat to make a noticeable difference in the size of the breasts can be challenging. Sometimes gaining weight before surgery is the best solution when there is a paucity of adipose tissue. Unfortunately, we can't control where we preferentially gain weight. You can't change your genetic code. If your fat has an affinity to your hips and thighs, I think the simplest solution is to harvest from these areas and graft the fat to the breasts. If you gain more weight in the future, the fat will not return to the hips and thighs. It will enlarge in other parts of your body, including the breasts.
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Gregory C. Park, M.D.
If I have read your measurements and weight correctly
You are already extremely slim for your height so more than anything you are talking about trying to alter your skeletal structure. That is not really possible, nor is it indicated. The best way to' balance' yourself out will be to work on muscular development which can in itself cause some remodelling of your bone structure. Meanwhile, enjoy your height and slenderness, make sure you are well nourished and hydrated, and learn to appreciate your classically female body.
Fat grafting for breast enhancement
Our patients have been very satisfied with fat grafting for breast enhancement. The ideal candidate is looking for enhancement not implant type augmentation. By fat grafting to the breast you will specifically target any weight gain to the breasts. In a pear - shape, you are more likely to gain volume in your buttocks with just coolsculpt and weight gain. Finally, your fat is a precious resource, once you destroy it, it is much harder to find more in the future.
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