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June 16, 2011 3:09 PM
I agree with many things the two previous surgeons have stated. I agree that fat is wonderful to augment the breasts, but we use stem cell augmentation to maintain the volume changes.
I agree with many things the two previous surgeons have stated. I agree that fat is wonderful to augment the breasts, but we use stem cell augmentation to maintain the volume changes. Correction of the breast asymmetry does need a well trained surgeon to correct. However, it is possible to match up the breasts very closely, even match slight asymmetries in the inferior mammary fold.
Liposculpture of the abdomen, flanks, and the lower back, as well as correction of the "violin deformity" at the inferior-lateral aspect of the buttocks will b
greatly improve your overall body symmetry and appearance. It is difficult to say how much fat can be harvested, but if you have reasonable expectations about the increase in breast size and buttocks, both can be done together when the fat is harvested during the liposculpture.
I disagree that you need a board certified plastic surgeon...I do agree that you need someone who has a great deal of experience and performs these procedures on a regular basis.
The cost should not be prohibitive, but it will not be inexpensive. Probably in the range of $6000-8000.
Hope this was useful for you in making your decision.
Mark E Johnson, MD, PhD