For the next installment in our vlog series, we look deeper into abdominoplasty surgery and how the excessive skin tissue that’s removed after the surgery can be utilised to perform a fat transfer to your breasts. After an abdominoplasty surgery, when fat is removed from the abdominal region there can be excessive tissue that is left behind. This is normally disposed of as it’s no longer needed. However, as an alternative to breast implants a fat transfer to your breasts can take place so that the excessive skin tissue that was removed can be utilised by combining it with the excess fat.
In the video, a case study is shown of how a patient went through abdominoplasty surgery and chose to have the loose abdominal skin fat purified and injected into her breasts. Her breasts appear younger and fuller whilst the removal of excess skin from the abdominal region tightens the loose skin that the patient had. There’s also further information provided on how long the procedure can take as it can differ depending on the amount of excess skin that the patient has an how large the patient wishes to have their breasts. It’s advised for those who wish to have their breasts appear fuller through a fat transfer, they should do so when they have the abdominoplasty so there’s more fat to utilise.
If you’d like more information on abdominoplasty surgery then you can get in touch by contacting us here or by calling 0161 401 4064. You can also visit our abdominoplasty case study page to see more examples of results from our performed treatments.