Fat Transfer/Grafting for Breast Augmentation in Fredericksburg, VA

You may be able to improve your breast shape and size with fat grafting. Dr. R. Shane Palmer offers fat transfer for breast augmentation for women in Fredericksburg, Richmond, Stafford, Charlottesville and surrounding areas of Virginia, as well as Washington DC.

What is Fat Grafting Breast Augmentation?

In modern cosmetic surgery, it has been recognized that volume loss is a major factor in the loss of a youthful appearance. Fat grafting involves the transfer of fat from one area of the body to another. Fat grafting can be used to improve the face, hands, breasts, or buttocks. This safe, effective procedure produces natural-looking results without incisions. At Surgical Arts of Virginia, Dr. R. Shane Palmer and his team use fat grafting to restore volume in the patient’s desired area.

*Individual results may vary

What is the Cost of Breast Augmentation Fat Transfer in Fredericksburg, VA?

Fat grafting breast augmentation starts at $2,000. We will know your cost after the complimentary consultation with Dr. Palmer. We accept payment by cash, personal check, money order and credit card, as well as financing through CareCredit®, United Medical Credit and Prosper™ Healthcare Lending.

What Are the Benefits of Fat Transfer Breast Augmentation?

Fat grafting offers a myriad of benefits to patients that receive treatment. Some of these benefits include:

  • Fat from your own body is used.
  • Dramatic results.
  • Fat transfer results are natural, long-lasting, and safe.
  • Stem cells associated with fat help to rejuvenate overlying skin.
  • Using your own fat allows for large volume enhancement not practical with other fillers.
  • Intradermal fat grafting can help get rid of wrinkles and scars.
  • Easy add-on to liposuction procedures

Is Fat Grafting Breast Augmentation Right for Me?

People choose fat grafting of the breasts if they want larger breasts, but do not want implants. If you want rounding of the hips and/or projection to the buttocks, then fat grafting is an excellent choice. Dr. Palmer can help determine if fat grating is your best option during a complimentary consultation.

If you are in good health, do not smoke, and have volume loss of the breasts, butt, face or hands, then fat grafting may be a good choice for you. It is very important that all nicotine products are given up at least two weeks prior to the procedure and for several weeks afterward. If you are diabetic, your sugar should be well controlled and less fat “take” should be expected.

How is Fat Transfer Breast Augmentation Performed?

The goal of Dr. Palmer and his staff is to help you achieve the most appealing and natural-looking results, while making your surgical experience as easy and comfortable as possible.

Dr. Palmer performs fat grafting under IV sedation with local anesthesia. Dr. Palmer will harvest fat with a special liposuction cannula from a site predetermined with the patient. This fat will be processed and injected into the targeted area to be re-volumized. For smaller areas like the face and hands, the fat will be centrifuged and platelet-rich plasma (PRP) will be added before injection. For larger areas like the breasts and buttocks, the fat is processed with decanting before injection.

What is Breast Augmentation Fat Grafting Recovery Like?

After surgery, you will receive instructions regarding your post-surgical care. Most patients take one or two weeks off from work and activities to recover. Patients can expect swelling in the treated areas that resolves within a few days to weeks, depending on the area treated. While you will see visible results several weeks following your procedure, your results will continue to improve over the next few months. Results are often everlasting; however, touch-up procedures are occasionally necessary.

If you want larger breasts without implants, learn more about fat transfer breast augmentation at Surgical Arts of Virginia. We serve women in Fredericksburg, Stafford, Richmond, Charlottesville and nearby communities in Virginia, including Washington DC. Contact us to schedule a complimentary consultation.