Many women are interested in re-augmenting their breasts once their implants have been removed. This can be achieved by inserting new implants into the healed breast or with stem cell enhanced fat transfer to the breast – the so-called Stem Cell Breast Augmentation. We can accommodate either option. Before making such a choice, it is important to take some aspects into consideration.
Breast implants are foreign objects implanted into the body. The term implant is a name developed by the implant company but the truth of the matter is these are foreign objects and foreign objects in your body can eventually be detrimental to some patient’s immune system, health and even psyche. Experience has shown that some patients who insist on re-implantation after explant surgery re-capsulize within a short period of time and notice the detrimental effect to their health. Any patient seriously needs to consider the long term implications before opting for breast implant surgery. Even more so, women recovering from BII.
Our treatment of choice for breast restoration is stem cell enhanced fat transfer to the breast. This procedure involves removing fat from an area in the body and injecting it into the breast pocket. This will augment the size of the breasts. Stromal vascular fraction is mixed with the transferred fat tissue. This stem cell application is designed to help form a blood supply to the transferred fat and keep it live. Whereas typical fat transfers only last a few years, stem cell fat transfer is a permanent form of breast augmentation.