Hi Definition Liposculpting with PEC augmentation via Autologous Fat Transplant (AFT)
AFT is a common procedure used in cosmetic surgery to augment structures such as the buttocks, which we will discuss shortly, breast, face, SQ depressions, SQ scars and reconstructive surgery. AFT is a safe and effective treatment and procedure. AFT to the PECS produces a natural firm result. On average about 80% of the AFT fat survives. The PECS preoperatively are marked for both muscle sculpting and AFT placement to produce the desired athletic appearance of the PECS. A small 2 mm puncture site is made at the mid part of the lateral border (outer side of the PECS). Then 1.5 to 2 mm blunt cannulas are used to inject the fat into the muscle of the PECS in small thin columns. About 88% of the AFT fat is alive. The rich blood supply of the PECS will produce revascularization of the AFT tissue so that it lives and survives. By doing this it bulks up the PECS in a natural, smooth and even fashion.
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