Breast Fat Grafting, also known as autologous fat transfer or fat transplantation, is a surgical technique that involves removing fat from one area of the body and transplanting it to the breast area. This method is used to increase the volume and fullness of the breast, as well as improve the overall shape and contour of the breast.
The procedure begins with liposuction, in which the surgeon removes fat from an area of the body such as the abdomen, hips, or thighs. The fat is then processed and purified before being injected into the breast area. The fat is strategically placed in specific areas to create a natural-looking and proportionate breast shape.
One of the main advantages of this technique is that it uses the patient’s own fat, eliminating the need for implants and reducing the risk of complications. Additionally, because the fat is taken from the patient’s own body, the risk of rejection or allergic reactions is minimal.
It’s important to note that the recovery process may vary for each individual and the surgeon will provide detailed instructions on how to care for yourself after the surgery.