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If you’re unhappy with the size, shape and fullness of your breasts, or if you’re just looking to enhance their look and feel, you may benefit from breast augmentation surgery (augmentation mammoplasty).
What’s Breast Augmentation?
Breast augmentation surgery uses implants to increase the size of your breasts or restore breast volume that’s been lost after losing weight, pregnancy or aging. Implants can also correct unevenness in breast size caused by developmental issues or breast cancer surgery performed in the opposite breast.
If you have severely drooping breasts, a breast augmentation paired with a breast lift may be recommended to help you get the look you want. A breast lift can often be done along with your augmentation, or may be a separate operation.
A breast augmentation is performed under general anesthesia and usually takes one to two hours depending on the extent of the surgery.
What’s Fat Transfer Breast Augmentation?
If you’re looking for a relatively small increase to the size of your breasts with natural-looking results, transferring fat is a form of breast augmentation that might be right for you.
Fat transfer breast augmentation uses
to take fat cells from other parts of your body and inject them into your breasts to increase their volume. It’s considered a less-invasive alternative to implants.
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