How Can I Get a Natural Breast Augmentation?

Are you considering breast augmentation to achieve a fuller bust line, but desire a more natural approach?  You’ll be happy to know that breast implants are no longer your only option.  Thanks to evolving trends in breast enhancement, natural breast augmentation is now possible. 

How Can I Get A Natural Breast Augmentation?

Breast augmentation remains one of the most popular cosmetic surgeries in the US, and that trend shows no signs of changing.  But nowadays, patients can go the natural route with the innovative fat transfer breast augmentation technique.   

What Is A Natural Breast Augmentation? 

A natural breast augmentation is a surgical procedure in which fat taken from another area of the patient’s body is injected into the breasts to add fullness.  This process is known as fat transfer or fat grafting.   Fat transfer breast augmentation does not involve the use of any foreign implant materials, so it is completely natural. 

Liposuction is used to harvest the fat required for the procedure.  Typical donor areas include the abdomen, flanks, or thighs.  The fat cells are carefully extracted using a gentle liposuction technique such as Body-Jet liposuction.  Body-Jet liposuction is a water-jet assisted liposuction system that helps maintain the quality of the harvested fat. 

After being harvested, the fat is processed and then precisely transferred to the breasts to produce a natural appearance. 

Who Is  A Good Candidate For Natural Breast Augmentation?  

Natural breast augmentation is ideal for women desiring a subtle change in the size and shape of their breasts, because it increases the breasts by about one cup size.  Candidates should also have enough excess fat that can be harvested for transfer to the breasts. 

Would you like to learn more about natural breast augmentation?  Search our directory to find a practice in your area.

If you are in the Guilford & New Haven, CT areas, The Langdon Center is our featured practice. 

You can reach them at, or by calling (203) 516-4203.

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