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Can You Really Transfer Fat From My Butt to My Boobs?

 

How often have you or any of your friends felt this way? With new fat transfer technology, you can fix both problems at once.

Caroline Mankey, a Los Angeles lawyer, wanted the perfect body. Though already thin and in great shape, like many of us, she wasn't able to trim up some problem areas such as her flanks and lower stomach. Also, she wanted a bit more volume in her breasts but wanted to avoid going too big or looking fake. That's when she discovered a fat transfer procedure using a new lipo called {!VASER Hi-Def Liposuction | vaser liposelection}. VASER Hi-Def removed the fat where she didn't want it, and the fat was able to be injected into her breasts, giving her the smaller waistline and bigger bust line she desired.

Vaser is different as it utilizes ultrasonic energy to melt and break up unwanted fat. Ultrasound, as an energy source, is tissue selective - meaning it can be directed to targeted fatty tissue, leaving surrounding tissue largely undisturbed. That fat is then suctioned out and collected in syringes, then injected into the desired area.

On CBS's Early Show, Dr. David Broadway and Dr. John Milliard, who both worked on Caroline's transformation, discussed the procedure. She was only off of work for one week and was bikini ready in one month. This procedure may be a great option for those cougars out there looking to sharpen their claws through body sculpting. With fat transfer, you actually can lose the thighs and add a cup size in one procedure.



vaser on early show