Can Fat Transfer be Done on Breasts?
I previously mentioned that I don’t approve of neither synthetic fillers nor fat transfer on breast in another article. In this article I will be talking about my beliefs and fears regarding fat transfer on breast application. The problematic part is not the fat transfer itself. I also apply fat transfer on different parts of the body for different purposes. But it’s a bit of a different story when the subject is the breast, which is the most common type of cancer for women.
Some of the other names for this application are: lipofilling, lipo-mammoplasty, or the most commercialized one: “breast enlargement with stem cells”! Stem cell research is indeed the future of medical sciences. When I say future, I truly mean the future. Not a couple of weeks, months or years. Studies continue to be conducted and there aren’t sufficient enough results to apply it widespread. But the media outlets often portray it as it is the best thing since sliced bread. Especially the fat tissues on the abdominal and groin area are rich in pluripotent cells. What these cells do is transform themselves into many types of cells with correct stimulus. It is important to have a clear path ahead on what purpose they will be used for. These cells that we specified as rich are no more than a few droplets.
Fat transfer doesn’t revolve around these stem cells, but because they are removed with the fat tissue in these areas they are also used. The fat itself is what gives the volume. But since it’s your own tissue what is the problem? It even has stem cells in it! First of all, as with all surgeries, there is still a risk of infections. Another problem is, and this is the big one, after fat transfers calcification might occur around fat tissue. These calcifications usually get misdiagnosed as signs of breast cancer. And there is another even bigger problem.
This subject has been brought up by a keynote speaker in a medical convention. It wasn’t discussed in detail but ramifications of this are really huge. If there are cells in a patient’s breasts that have the potential to become cancerous, stem cells might stimulate these cells and fasten them to become cancerous. And there is no need to get nightmares over a procedure that hasn’t been proven to be safe for its medical application.
There is no need to take on these risks while there’s a perfectly valid procedure that is being around the world safely to make perfect breasts. In short, if you want bigger breasts: get implants.
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