Breast augmentation with implants is one of the most popular plastic surgery procedures, and in most cases, it yields beautiful results. There are some situations, however, when implants alone may not fully meet your needs.
For example, patients with little overlying tissue or a wide chest wall with breasts that are spaced far apart may experience visibility of the implant or an outcome with less cleavage than originally desired. But thanks to surgical advancements in implant technology and fat transfer (also known as fat grafting), breast augmentations have come a long way from what they used to be. Now, subtle and discreet details of breast augmentations can be enhanced through fat transfer, ushering in a new age of breast aesthetics.