Benefits of Natural Breast Augmentation

Many women want larger breasts, but not all women want breast implants. That is why I offer a natural breast augmentation in Geneva for patients who want to enhance their chest size subtly and naturally.

What is natural breast augmentation?

Natural breast augmentation is a two-part process that uses liposuction to remove fat from a donor area, and then replace it into the breasts (a technique called cell-enriched fat grafting). Women are pleased by the dual benefits of natural breast augmentation because it both sculpts the body and reshapes the breasts.

Is natural breast augmentation for me?

This is a great alternative to breast implants for women who want a more natural, modest enhancement. Most women see an increase of about 1 to 1.5 cup sizes.

How is the procedure performed?

Fat – containing your own adipose derived regenerative cells (ADRCs) and stem cells – is first removed from the abdomen, flanks, or hips and then purified and prepared for injection. The preparation helps safeguard the transplanted fat so that it is better able to survive. The fat is later injected into the breasts in a very precise manner to ensure natural-looking, attractive results.

How long do the results last?

Since the transplanted fat behaves like the existing fat in your body, it will fluctuate. Maintaining a healthy weight can help you enjoy your results for many years.

What other natural procedures are available?

At my practice, the fat grafting technique called cell-enriched fat grafting can also be used to enhance the buttocks in a procedure often referred to as a “Brazilian butt lift.” This creates fuller, more rounded buttocks and improves overall body proportions.

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