Can you get fat transferred from unwanted parts of the body into the breasts as an alternative to breast implants?
Fat to the breasts. The simple answer is yes but the more comprehensive answer is...It depends. Fat grafting to the breast is a valid procedure but is still in its relative infancy. As such, many surgeons practicing this technique may not have the years of experience it takes to perform this procedure as effectively as they can with an implant alone. Check qualifications and experience before choosing a surgeon!
Possibly YES. Fat transfer to the breasts can be accomplished and is being performed with increased frequency (see picture and link: <a href="http://www.Fattransferbreastaug.Com" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">http://www.Fattransferbreastaug.Com</a>) but it is not without risks and may not be necessarily capable of achieving sizes that are accomplished with one stage implant augmentation. Risks include donor si.
Yes. Fat transfer to the breasts is a new and exciting area in plastic surgery. Fat has long been grafted to other areas of the body for reconstructive or cosmetic purposes but it's use for the breasts was once considered risky due to uncertain changes. Breast implants still make up 95+% of breast enlargements. Look for a plastic surgeon specializing in fat transfer to see if it is for you.
Fat Grafting. Yes. There are however some risks, raging from asymmetry to oil cysts. Please review this article then consult with a board certified plastic surgeon. Autogenous fat grafting and breast augmentation: a review of the literature. Parrish jn, metzinger se. Aesthet surg j. 2010 jul-aug;30(4):549-56.