Need To Know Options For Breast Enhancement

There are other options for enhancement available to women
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Breast enhancement surgery, also known as breast augmentation or simply “boob job,” was once limited to breast implants.

Implant options were few, and results were not always exemplary.

Now women have more choices. Breast enhancement can still be achieved with breast implants, but now there is a new option — fat transfer.

Fat transfer has become known as the “two-for-one” procedure in that fat can be transferred to the breast from an area where it is not wanted.

Meanwhile, new implant technology is available. Implants have gone through a scientific evolution of sorts. In the past, implants came in one shape.

Now, there are five shapes to allow the plastic surgeon to be more specific with the shape of the breast enhancement. Gone are the days of one size fits all.

Additionally, the firmness of the implant can be selected to change the shape of the breast and enhance the upper fullness that many women desire.

The firmer implants can help avoid the chance of implant rippling that some women experience when the breast tissue and skin are very thin.

Dr. William Burden of Destin Plastic Surgery has been involved with clinical research, and he has been selected to participate on advisory boards for implant development.

He has lectured at national meetings on breast enhancement surgery. Recently, Dr. Burden published a book featuring his technique for “No Scar on the Breast” augmentation.

The newest option for breast enhancement is fat transfer. Using new Revolve System technology, fat cells can be removed from an area of excess and transferred to the breast.

This is a good option for women who have diminished upper breast fullness and do not want a large increase in cup size.

Fat transfer is also a popular option for women who do not wish to have implants but want some enhancement of the breasts.

At the time of the fat transfer to the breasts, fat can also be transferred for enhancement of the buttocks, also known as the Brazilian Butt Lift.

Dr. Burden has also written a book on this procedure. Chances are that you have seen some of his results on models and on the Emerald Coast beaches.

At Destin Plastic Surgery, Dr. Burden has been leading the way with fat transfer utilizing the Revolve System.

He is one of the few plastic surgeons who not only has advanced experience with fat transfer but also is often asked to train other plastic surgeons on fat-transfer techniques.

If you are considering breast enhancement surgery, explore your options. Find a surgeon who is not limited to one procedure and one implant selection.

Seek out someone who can demonstrate the possibilities and has the experience to help you achieve your goals.

Visit our website ThePlasticDoc.com or visit us and “See Why People Travel to Destin!”

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