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... I got the fat transfer Jan 22nd. The pain wasn't too bad actually! ... (3 replies)
... Hi, I don't know if you are allowed to post the name of the fat transfer doctor but I would LOVE to know as I am not that far from New Orleans. Is there anyway for me to get this information. ... (3 replies)
... A friend of mine had breast cancer and had the fat transfer done. She said the first time she had it done the fat was reabsorbed. She had it done again and in the 15 years that I have known her, she still has big C cups. ... (3 replies)

... not only have i heard of fat transfer to breasts, i actually had it done! ... (3 replies)
Fat transfer
Dec 4, 2016
... You would have to consult with a cosmetic sugeon. I know they can transfer fat from some areas but I am not certain if they can put it in the breasts... ... (2 replies)
Fat transfer
Dec 4, 2016
... Is it possible to remove fat from the belly to transfer to breasts and hands and forearms? ... (2 replies)
... d her results were excellent. It's been 5 years, there has been little to no reabsorption, and she has no visible scars or indentations from the areas where the fat was removed. ... (3 replies)
... nd gradually got up to what I am now which is probably 105 or more. I have not noticed any different in my size if any at all and its like my body refuses to put fat there. ... (3 replies)
... Hi Newbie: Take it from someone with experience with implants, and with plastic surgery in general. I wouldn't have this procedure done. It would be a total waste of money. The fat will dissipate after a very short time. If a doctor tells you it will stay, RUN. As far as implants go, if I had to do over again, I would never get them. It took until the 3rd surgery to get... (3 replies)
... Hi Newbie: Take it from someone with experience with implants, and with plastic surgery in general. I wouldn't have this procedure done. It would be a total waste of money. The fat will dissipate after a very short time. If a doctor tells you it will stay, RUN. As far as implants go, if I had to do over again, I would never get them. It took until the 3rd surgery to... (3 replies)
... not for dramatic augmentation but Im very small and would be happy with any kind of help. I dont like the thought of implants and Im always wishing "why cant the fat in my stomach go to my breasts" as lots of women would. ... (3 replies)
... Hi, I am not an expert but what I do know is that the fat transfer procedure will only up you one breast size and there is the risk of calcification which will show up on a mammogram as a false positive. ... (3 replies)
... for replacement over the years. We didn't have that information back then. If I had to do it all over again and just had to have bigger breasts, I would have a fat transfer instead of implants. That's my opinion. I know there are women out there who have had no problems. ... (6 replies)
... Are you happy with the results of your lower lid blepheroplasty and fat transfer? ... (5 replies)
... Also, Dr Eng Peng Tan was the master of breasts though he did do noses too. He has since retired. ... (5 replies)
... NewOrleansGirl, who/where is the doctor who botched your procedure? (3 replies)
... Yes, who is the specialist in New Orleans?? Thanks! (3 replies)
... at it in the mirror. So I am hoping a surgeon can get rid of the adhesion for me and correct the shape. One surgeon way back suggested transferring a little fat to the area when he releases it so that it does not attach back whilst healing. So I am wondering if this fat transfer will do the trick while it heals. ... (9 replies)
... I sure would have taken that route instead of implants. I certainly wouldn't have been sick for 5 years and left with health problems had I known about the fat transfer. I met a woman who had lost her breasts to cancer and had the fat transfer. Some of the fat was absorbed and she had to have it done again. ... (2 replies)
... I actually have uneven breasts an A cup and a B cup which I think may be due to severe pectus excavatum. It's not that noticeable from the front but from the side. ... (0 replies)




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