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Breast Augmentation

Breast Augmentation Fat Transfer (Fat Grafting to the Breasts)

Breast Augmentation Fat transfer (fat grafting to the breasts) may be used to volumize, shape, contour, and correct breast asymmetries.

At Hogue Clinics, breast augmentation fat transfer treatment is an awake procedure performed with local anesthesia, inhaled nitrous oxide, and oral sedation. The breast augmentation fat transfer procedure involves harvesting fat from a surplus area using tumescent liposuction followed by processing of the harvested fat into micro-precision fat particles using the PRISM PARTICLE SIZER device (invented by Dr. Roger Hogue). The fat particles are then injected beneath the skin into targeted areas of the breast for volume enhancement, shaping, contouring, and correction of breast asymmetries. Since fat is completely natural, it does not have the potential to cause an allergic or inflammatory reaction, unlike synthetic breast implants.

With advancements in fat tissue processing and preparation, the autologous breast augmentation fat transfer procedure is an alluring and exciting alternative to surgical breast implants. Discover how Dr. Hogue has taken autologous fat transfer to a new dimension through his innovation and technical expertise.

Areas Treated

FAT TRANSFER TO THE BREASTS

Fat transfer to the breasts and breast cleavage is a natural way to achieve breast augmentation for women desiring larger breasts, especially for those that prefer not to have synthetic surgical breast implants. If you are interested in breast augmentation fat transfer, please contact HOGUE CLINICS to set up a complimentary consultation with Dr. Roger Hogue.

Ideal Candidate

The ideal candidate for an autologous breast augmentation fat transfer procedure is a healthy, non-smoking, non-vaping, individual. Smokers/vapers are advised to stop smoking for at least two weeks beforehand, and completely abstain from smoking for 2 months following their fat transfer procedure. For obvious reasons, the ideal candidate should have a steady weight and possess a surplus amount of fat to allow for harvesting of sufficient fat tissue for the treatment to be performed.

Procedure

The breast augmentation fat transfer procedure involves fat tissue harvesting by liposuction, followed by fat aspirate particle injection using tiny non-traumatic cannulas. An example of before and after breast augmentation fat transfer results at HOGUE CLINICS performed by Dr. Hogue is shown below. The following photos (from left to right) were taken at: (1) before fat transfer (36C size); (2) 3-months after breast augmentation fat transfer procedure (36D size).

Recovery and Results

Avoidance of any smoking or vaping for at least three months following a breast augmentation fat transfer treatment is advisable to avoid a poor fat transfer outcome. Grafted fat, along with its intrinsic regenerative cell populations, provides both cosmetic and regenerative benefits to the treated breast area. Grafted fat is an alive, naturally-occurring tissue within the body. Grafted fat continues to show benefits over time, often for years and decades. [/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]

Consultation

At HOGUE CLINICS, Dr. Hogue, provides a complimentary consultation for a breast augmentation fat transfer procedure. Based on selection criteria, clinical indication, and desired outcome, a customized treatment plan is developed for each patient. Fat transfer requires experience, expertise, technological proficiency, and artistry. Dr. Hogue possesses these skills to achieve world-class clinical outcomes for his fat transfer patients.

Pricing

A price quote for a breast augmentation fat transfer procedure is provided at your consultation with Dr. Roger Hogue. Contact HOGUE CLINICS today to schedule your complimentary consultation.

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