If you’ve ever personally considered getting a breast augmentation procedure, one that’s “natural” and “minimally invasive” probably sounds pretty great. With all the buzzword boxes checked, opting for a fat transfer to the breast — which is when a plastic surgeon liposuctions an area of the body that has fat to spare and injects that liposuctioned fat into the breast — over a traditional implant has gained serious traction, particularly within the natural-lifestyle crowd and those who are deterred by the very small but very real risk of implant complications.
Just like most choices in life, there are advantages and disadvantages to this particular procedure. Intrigued? Here are eight things you need to know before booking that appointment.