Breast Augmentation & Body Sculpture



Breast implants have been a subject of controversy for decades, from the silicone implants that were originally used to the saline and cohesive silicone implants of today. Complications abound and many women end up having additional surgeries to fix complications from their breast augmentation.



Now, a new stem cell therapy suggests that ‘natural’ breast implants may be more feasible than we think – without the complications of traditional breast implants. The treatment is hoped to provide an increase of a full cup size to women who choose to have stem cells injected from one part of their body into their breast tissue.


The treatment is considered particularly beneficial for women who want to increase their breast size because it also can reduce stomach fat. The procedure entails removing stem cells from stomach fat and then growing the cells in the woman’s breasts.

For now, researchers think the treatment will work well for an increase of one cup size, although they are hopeful that as they learn more about how to ensure the treatment is successful, greater gains will be possible eventually


Adipose tissue is highly vascular with each adipocyte attached to at least one capillary. Approximately 20% of the volume of native subcutaneous fat is vascular tissue. Close interaction with the capillary network is required to sustain the high metabolic rate of mature adipocytes.

Fat cells are fragile due to their structure and function, which must be considered when developing the methods for harvesting, storage, grafting, and use in tissue engineering applications.

Fat must be deposited within 2 mm of an arterial supply to survive. Our Micro seeding, structural 2D & 3D with MAFT GUN gives the best fat survival to our clients.



Researchers are quite excited about the potential for this treatment because the breast tissue with stem cell treatment feels more realistic and similar to natural breast tissue. It was found that the tissue had the same kind of softness as the natural breast tissue, which makes it far more appealing.

Current methods of breast augmentation can result in complications such as capsular contraction, where the breast tissue around the implant hardens when it ‘detects’ the foreign object in the breast. With stem cell breast enhancement, this is not expected to be a side effect because the cells are extracted from the woman’s body and then transferred to the breasts.

We recently began adding stem cell-enriched fat as a way to further improve the survival of the fat transferred from one area of the body to another. Even without the stem cells, the survival rate of the fat cells is up to about 70% to 80%.

We have done a lot of research and are coming up with very good protocols with regard to the procedure, which we will offer both other physicians and patients as a resource to assist in making decisions about the procedure.

The stem cells are useful in a number of situations, primarily those patients who have a very low BMI and those who would desire more than a 1 to 1 ½ cup increase in breast size.



Today’s technological advances have made the collection process far more gentle, which leads to an improved survival rate of the transferred cells. Additionally, the use of a process to yield the highest number of stem cells for transfer and the methods by which the fat and/or stem cells are transplanted from one area to the other are much improved.

The new devices and procedures allow great results with almost no complications. We no longer have the issues with damage to the fat or skin, far less swelling, and virtually no problems with lumpiness in the breasts.

The downside is that the treatment won’t help improve firmness nor will it lift the breasts. But, the fact that it provides volume will still be an attractive aspect of this procedure for many women, particularly those who have undergone breast surgeries to treat cancerous lumps




The treatment does take more time than the one-off surgery that is used for traditional breast augmentation. Cells are isolated from fat around the stomach or thighs and then the stem cells are injected into the woman’s breasts. It typically will take a number of months for the woman to obtain a sufficient increase in breast size.

The technique has already been successfully used in Japan for half a decade, generally used on women who have undergone breast cancer treatments but more recently on healthy women who want to increase their breast size.



For now, the treatment looks to be a promising alternative to traditional breast augmentation and reconstruction.

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