Implant Free Breast Augmentation

Breast Augmentation Without Implants

Fat Transfer for Breast Augmentation and Reconstruction.

Would you like a larger and more shapely breast without the artificial feel of a silicone or saline implant?

BRAVA Autologous Fat Transfer (AFT) technology is now available. This system is a premium technology for implant-free breast augmentation, breast reconstruction or correcting a breast deformity.

Who can benefit from a Breast Fat Transfer Procedure?

Fat-Transfer for Breast with BRAVA can assist women with:

  • Cosmetic Breast Augmentation
  • Breast Reconstruction, including:
    • – Mastectomy
    • – Lumpectomy
    • – Implant removal
    • – Post radiation deformity
    • – Congenital breast deformity

What is the process?

  • Expand tissue with BRAVA bra.
  • Perform liposuction and preparation of fat to re-inject into the breasts. This is performed in surgery. More than one surgery might be required to achieve the size desired in a safe way and to ensure fat grafts survive.

Implant Free Breast Augmentation Sydney

Implant Free Breast Augmentation

Who CAN NOT have BRAVA AFT for breast augmentation and reconstruction?

There are generally 4 reasons a women can not have fat grafting:

  • Smokers
    • – These patients have a poor capacity to heal
  • Herceptin Chemotherapy
    • – Prevents revascularization of the fat grafts
  • Aspirin or any other blood-thinner like fish oil and some herbs
    • – These should be stopped 14 days before surgery
  • Poor understanding of the procedure
    • – If you don’t wear the device you will not get the results

Being too thin is usually NOT a reason to be excluded from surgery.

Looking for a Consultation?

If you would like to have a consultation with Dr Rizk to be assessed and to be educated about BRAVA AFT for breast surgery, you may get in touch with him by:



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