Fat Transfer Instead of Breast Implant

Dr. Max Polo, Plastic Surgeon at Baptist Health South Florida, explains fat transfer involves liposuction, containing fat from the patient, from areas they consider difficult where they have contour irregularities and they desire to improve them.

“Those are typically areas that are resistant to diet and exercise, so we will perform liposuction in those areas. Usually, fat transfer procedures are like liposuction procedures,” he says. This is a good option for patients who prefer not to have a breast implant.

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