LOS ANGELES, Sept. 17, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Breast augmentation has been one of the most popular forms of plastic surgery since shortly after the procedure's inception. Not all women, however, were able to achieve aesthetically pleasing results because of the limitations of an implants-only approach. By giving your implants a boost in the form of a cutting edge fat transfer procedure, women with chest shapes that don't fit the so-called "norm" can now achieve beautiful breasts. The procedure, practiced by Dr. Richard Hodnett, MD hides the implant behind a small amount of your own fat. This is just one innovative type of surgery performed at We Know Beauty, where Dr. Hodnett and his colleagues are among today's best plastic surgeons.
For women with "V-shaped" chests that protrude slightly in the middle, cleavage would have once been nearly impossible to achieve. The implants capable of bringing the breasts together in the middle of the chest would have been too obvious, while small implants sometimes leave the breasts too far apart, or even pointing in opposite directions. Women with this body shape can now receive "higher profile" implants from one of the world's top plastic surgeons, which can then be disguised with a little bit of finesse and Dr. Hodnett's special fat transfer technique.
What's more, pectus excavatum patients can now look better than ever. Pectus excavatum, a sunken sternum, causes the breasts to be oriented inward. In these cases achieving cleavage is not the problem; in fact, the opposite effect is usually desired. But similarly, implants that are too small are usually too obvious. Now patients with this condition can achieve great-looking cleavage, and confidence in their breasts that was previously unheard of.
A handful of board certified plastic surgeons working today practice this truly exceptional technique that allows 50% of the injected volume to take root in the tissue in a way that is indistinguishable from real fat growth. Finally, increased fat presence beneath the skin is healthier for the skin itself. It's not known precisely why, but it seems that fat transfer may allow the skin to stretch and compress together in a way that the body is more accustomed to. Consequently the skin itself is often smoother, with better color and fewer surgery-related marks.
If you're interested in this innovative procedure performed by Richard Hodnett, call We Know Beauty at 1.800.788.1656 to find out more, see plastic surgery before and after pictures, and schedule your complimentary consultation today.
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