Advances in aesthetic technology have made it possible to augment your breast tissue with your own natural fat – the perfect match. This procedure is particularly appealing to women who are seeking a moderate increase in breast size, and want a more natural alternative to silicone or saline breast implants.
Dr. Rottman has garnered a reputation as a highly-accomplished plastic surgeon, and has been named as a “Top Doctor” by Baltimore Magazine for cosmetic plastic surgery.
He is a double-board certified plastic surgeon, and served as an assistant professor of Clinical Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery at Georgetown University Hospital. He is personally committed to his patients as individuals.
His practice is a unique, closely-knit group of professionals, and ensures each patient can reach the doctor directly – he wants your journey to a more balanced, beautiful figure to be a positive experience.
There are many important benefits to this approach to breast augmentation, including:
Fat transfer breast augmentation is emerging as a sought-after way to moderately increase breast size. It is a two-part procedure with the additional benefit of trimming fat from an area of the body with an excess, such as buttocks, thighs, flanks, lower back, or abdomen. The carefully harvested fat cells are then purified and grafted to the breasts to add volume.
The first step in the procedure is a personal consultation with Dr. Rottman to determine whether you have sufficient excess fat from which to harvest the fat cells for the procedure. It is important that you know what to expect at every step of the procedure, including the increase in breast size you can expect to achieve with a natural fat transfer breast augmentation. Once it is determined that this procedure will create the increase in breast size you envision, your procedure will be scheduled.
First, the donor site from which to harvest live fat cells is selected. The excess fat is then carefully extracted with a specialized liposuction technique. This is performed slowly and carefully to help maintain the viability of the harvested cells. Once this is completed, the fat cells are purified. After processing to produce pure fat, tiny droplets of living fat cells are strategically injected into your breast.
The skill with which the procedure is performed is critical to the success of the procedure. The goal is to have as many fat cells survive the transfer to your breasts as possible. Dr. Rottman is known for his high-level surgical skill, the delicacy and care with which he performs this procedure, and for the beautiful, natural results he has achieved for his patients.
Dr. Steven J. Rottman is a plastic surgeon and reconstructive plastic surgeon who is recognized for his unique, personalized approach to plastic and reconstructive surgery, and the ability to create exceptionally natural-looking results.
As every patient is unique, Dr. Rottman may employ either traditional or advanced techniques, based upon the patient’s needs.
Please contact us today to schedule your personal consultation with Dr. Rottman.
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