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Is it okay for skinny people get the fat transfer breast augmentation?

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Dr. Edward Zimmerman
37 years experience in Cosmetic Surgery
Yes, it works well: If you have fat that can be harvested from torso and thighs to improve body contours, it can be grafted increase breast volume 1-1.5 cup sizes. It takes 1-450cc of good fat/breast to achieve lasting enhancement. The goal to improve symmetry, projection, volume and cleavage while helping the bulk of the tissue go anterior rather than lateral. If you are thin, you may have limited donor fat.
Answered on Sep 22, 2016
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