Fat Grafting for Fuller Breasts
Plastic Surgeon Explains How New Techniques Can Boost the Bust Line
As one of the most popular cosmetic surgery procedures year after year, breast enhancement techniques have continued to become more technologically advanced, offering more options than ever before for patients. While there are many choices for women to consider when it comes to selecting implants, now women can simply choose to use their body's own fat for fuller breasts.
Dr. Bradley Calobrace, a Board-Certified Plastic Surgeon explains that breast augmentation by means of fat grafting is an exciting new alternative that leaves little to no visible scarring. "The procedure removes fat from traditional problem areas, such as the buttocks or thighs, in a similar fashion as liposuction," says Dr. Calobrace. "The harvested fat is then transferred to the breasts through tiny incisions no larger than the cross on a 't.' The result is fuller breasts with minimal scarring."
Dr. Calobrace adds that this procedure is part of a recent plastic surgery trend that focuses on using the body's own components for cosmetic purposes. "While implants are still a reliable means of augmentation, many patients will have to replace them at some point," says Dr. Calobrace. "Fat grafting offers patients a natural approach with similar results."
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About Dr. Calobrace
M. Bradley Calobrace, M.D., FACS is a board-certified, Los-Angeles-trained Kentucky plastic surgeon who established Calobrace Plastic Surgery Center in an effort to bring the latest technology and techniques in plastic surgery to the Louisville area. Dr. Calobrace is board-certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery and is a member of numerous professional organizations, including the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, Kentucky Society of Plastic Surgeons, and American College of Surgeons. He is a gratis clinical faculty member with the Department of Surgery at the University of Louisville and received teaching honors in 2007 for his participation in the plastic surgery residency. He was named one of Louisville's "Top Docs" and "Best of Louisville" in Louisville Magazine and has also been featured in NewBeauty magazine. For more information visit http://www.calobrace.com/.