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Breast augmentation surgery allows women with small, underdeveloped, or unevenly sized breasts to achieve a fuller, firmer, better proportioned look with saline or silicone implants.

Breast Augmentation with a Top Plastic Surgeon in New York City 

Breast augmentation consistently ranks among the most frequently performed aesthetic procedures in the U.S. It is designed to enhance a woman’s appearance by increasing breast volume, restoring breast fullness after childbearing and breastfeeding, and improving the contour of the breasts. Cosmetic breast surgery is one of Dr. Olivia Hutchinson’s main areas of focus at her Upper East Side practice.

Why Choose Breast Augmentation?

Patients choose breast augmentation in Upper East Side for many different cosmetic or aesthetic reasons. These reasons may include:

  • Obtaining larger, more shapely breasts
  • Balancing asymmetrical breasts
  • Correcting a congenital breast defect or malformation (tuberous breast deformity, breast hypoplasia, etc.)
  • Compensating for reduced breast volume after pregnancy or surgery to remove a breast mass

How is Breast Augmentation Performed?

Breast augmentation with implants can achieve beautiful results in many patients as a standalone procedure by itself or it can be performed in conjunction with other surgical, minimally invasive, or noninvasive aesthetic procedures. Depending on the shape of your breasts and the look you’re trying to achieve, Dr. Hutchinson may also recommend combining breast augmentation with a breast lift (mastopexy)or liposuction of the chest area for enhanced results.

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Fully Customized Breast Augmentation

Dr. Hutchinson knows that every woman is unique in both her desires and her body shape. With that in mind, she will spend a significant amount of time with you during a preoperative consultation to learn what you hope to gain from your breast augmentation — and to decide which implant type and implant placement is ideal for you. In this way, every one of our patients enjoys completely customized treatment designed with her specific goals in mind.

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What are Breast Implants?

Breast implants are sterile prostheses that are either round or teardrop shaped to match your natural breast shape. They are composed of an outer shell made of solid silicone elastomer and are filled with either saline (saltwater) or silicone gel. The outer silicone shell is available either as a smooth or textured surface. Both saline and silicone implant types are scientifically proven to be very safe, they come in a variety of sizes, and each confers its particular advantages. During your breast augmentation surgery, the implants will be inserted behind each breast, either directly underneath breast tissue (subglandular or submammary position) or under the pectoralis major muscle (subpectoral or submuscular position) on the chest. During your preoperative visits, Dr. Hutchinson will help you decide which specific breast implant and which placement location are right for you.

Types of Breast Implants

Breast implants were originally brought onto the plastic surgery scene several decades ago. Now, after years of research and evolution in implant characteristics, women have hundreds of possible choices for breast enhancement. The volume, projection, shape, fill material, and shell surface structure variations allow for hundreds of different permutations, which offer women the possibility of finding a truly unique look to fit their desired results. Currently, breast implants are available in three main types: saline filled implants, IDEAL IMPLANT Structured Breast Implants, and silicone gel filled implants. All implants consist of an outer, solid silicone shell — but the internal component is what primarily differentiates the many types of breast implants.

Saline Implants

Saline implants are round, consist of a single outer shell, and are filled with varying amounts of saline solution. The body can absorb saline in the event of a rupture.

IDEAL IMPLANTs

IDEAL IMPLANT Structured Breast Implants are round, contain two chambers and a layered system of external shells, and are filled with a variable amount of saline solution.

Silicone Gel Implants

Silicone gel implants have a single outer shell and come pre-filled with different types of silicone gel in a specific volume. The silicone gel ranges in density to produce a different feel and shape retention. The most cohesive gel implants, also called “gummy bear” implants, are available in both round and teardrop shapes.

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All About Saline Implants

Saline-filled implants are round implants composed of a pliable, smooth silicone outer shell and filled at the time of the breast augmentation surgery with a variable amount of sterile saline solution. They are available in a wide variety of sizes and projections, which allow for customization to each patient’s specific anatomy and desired results.

How are Saline Implants Placed?

Saline implants may be placed either directly under breast tissue (subglandular) or underneath the pectoralis major muscle (subpectoral). They may be inserted using any of the following access incisions:

  • Inframammary (under the breast)
  • Periareolar (around the nipple)
  • Transaxillary (via the armpit)

Additionally, these implants may be inserted through the same incision used to perform a tummy tuck if an abdominoplasty is performed concurrently.

All incisions will result in a scar in the area, but the scar is very short — usually an inch or less — because the implants are inserted when they are deflated. They are subsequently filled with saline once they are in the proper location.

Pros and Cons of Choosing Saline Implants

Advantages

  • Very short incision
  • Adjustable volume at time of surgery
  • Filled with saline, which the body can absorb if rupture occurs

Potential Disadvantages

  • These implants feel more firm than natural breast tissue
  • May be more likely to produce visible or palpable rippling
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Saline Implant Procedure and Risks

Most breast augmentation with saline implants is performed under general anesthesia for patient safety and comfort. Dr. Hutchinson performs breast augmentation with saline implants either in the safety, privacy, and comfort of her fully AAAASF certified operating room at her Upper East Side practice or at one of her affiliated NYC hospitals. The procedure usually lasts 1-1.5 hours, and patients are able to go home afterward. Recovery requires the restriction of strenuous physical activity for two weeks after surgery.

All surgery carries the risk of complications and untoward results. Potential complications of breast augmentation with saline implants include bleeding, infection, unsightly scars, capsular contracture, asymmetry, implant deflation, palpability, or visibility. In some cases, revision breast augmentation surgery may be necessary.

All About Structured Implants: The IDEAL IMPLANT

The IDEAL IMPLANT is an alternative to saline-filled breast implants. Developed by a plastic surgeon to provide a more natural feel to saline implants, the IDEAL IMPLANT comes without some of the risks associated with silicone gel implants (such as silent rupture and silicone gel leaking). 

In addition, unlike traditional saline-filled implants, which consist of a single silicone shell, the IDEAL IMPLANT has several layers of built in baffles to create a softer, more natural feel. In clinical studies, the IDEAL IMPLANT also has a lower risk of capsular contracture and a lower rupture rate than silicone gel-filled implants.

Pros and Cons of Choosing IDEAL IMPLANTS

Advantages

  • Natural feel; closely resembles normal breast tissue
  • Adjustable volume at time of surgery
  • Filled with saline, which the body can absorb if rupture occurs
  • Short scar in an imperceptible location

Potential Disadvantages

  • Feel slightly firmer than silicone gel filled implants
  • Require placement under the pectoralis muscle
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How are IDEAL IMPLANTS Placed?

IDEAL IMPLANTS should be placed underneath the pectoralis major muscle (subpectoral). They are inserted using either an inframammary incision (under the breast) or a periareolar incision (around the nipple). Regardless of which incision is used, a short scar will be located in that area. This scar is usually well hidden and most often measures less than an inch.

IDEAL IMPLANT: high fill volume (left); maximum fill volume (right)

IDEAL IMPLANTS are inserted empty of any saline and are filled with an adjustable amount of saline once they are inserted in the proper location under the breast or pectoralis muscle inside your body. Since the fill volume is adjustable at the time of the breast augmentation surgery, asymmetry in appearance of the breasts — whether in size and shape — may be addressed by using different amounts of saline.

In addition, the implants may be filled to either “high” or “maximum” volume, which also changes the shape of the implant and how the breasts ultimately look. With a “high” volume fill, the implant is more conically shaped, with more central projection, whereas with the higher “maximum” volume fill, the implant assumes a rounder shape with more lateral fullness on the sides:

IDEAL IMPLANTS Procedure and Risks

General anesthesia is typically used for breast augmentation surgery with Structured implants. Dr. Hutchinson will perform this outpatient procedure either at her fully AAAASF certified operating room at her Upper East Side practice or in a hospital setting. Surgery usually lasts 1-1.5 hours, and patients go home afterward. Strenuous activities should be avoided for approximately two weeks following surgery.

It’s important for patients to understand that any type of surgery poses a risk of complications. For breast augmentation with structured implants, these risks can include bleeding, infection, unsightly scars, capsular contracture, asymmetry, and implant deflation, palpability, or visibility. For some patients who are not entirely satisfied with their results, breast revision surgery may be indicated.

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All About Silicone Implants

Silicone gel-filled breast implants are available in a wide variety of options including size, shape, and type of gel used for the inner fill. Silicone gel implants are also available in a denser, more cohesive gel as either round shaped or teardrop shaped, which mimic an anatomical breast shape. These implants are filled with highly cohesive silicone gel, sometimes referred to as “gummy bear” implants. Originally used for breast reconstruction, they were subsequently cleared by the FDA for aesthetic surgery and are now also an option for cosmetic breast augmentation patients over age 22. Many alternatives exist with variations in height, width, projection, and type of teardrop shape of the implants, allowing for exceptional customization for patients’ unique characteristics and goals. The outer shell is composed of either smooth or textured silicone, and the inner gel ranges from softer or less cohesive to highly cohesive (“gummy bear”) gel. Depending on the type of gel and other characteristics of the implants, different types of cosmetic results may be obtained for any given size of implant.

Silicone gel implants with different projections: low (left) and high (right)

How are Silicone Implants Placed?

Silicone gel-filled implants may be placed either directly under breast tissue (subglandular or submammary) or underneath the pectoralis major muscle (subpectoral). They are inserted using either an inframammary incision (under the breast) or a periareolar incision (around the nipple). All incisions will result in a scar in the area, and although the incision is made as short as possible, larger implants require longer scars for implant insertion.

Pros and Cons of Choosing Silicone Implants

Advantages

  • Closely match the feel of natural breast tissue
  • Available in multiple styles with a wide spectrum of size, diameter, and projection
  • Highly cohesive gel does not spread in case of implant rupture

Potential Disadvantages

  • Require slightly longer incision for insertion than saline implants
  • Highly cohesive gel feels firmer
  • May undergo “silent” rupture that may not be visible or palpable on examination and requires imaging (mammogram, ultrasound, or MRI) for definitive diagnosis
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Silicone Implant Procedure and Risks

Most breast augmentation with silicone implants is performed under general anesthesia for patient safety and comfort. Dr. Hutchinson offers this cosmetic surgery either in the safety, privacy, and comfort of her fully AAAASF certified operating room at her Upper East Side practice or at one of her affiliated NYC hospitals.

Breast augmentation surgery usually takes about 1-1.5 hours and is performed as outpatient surgery, i.e., patients go home on the same day of their surgery. Recovery requires restriction of strenuous physical activity for two weeks after surgery. All surgery carries the risk of complications and untoward results.

Potential complications of breast augmentation surgery with silicone gel-filled implants include bleeding, infection, unsightly scars, capsular contracture, asymmetry, implant rupture, palpability, or visibility. In some cases, breast revision surgery may be necessary to improve the ultimate result.

A Note on Textured Breast Implants

Dr. Hutchinson is proud to offer patients many options of breast implants — including silicone gel-filled breast implants, with a softer texture and more natural feel — as well as saline-filled implants, which contain natural saline solution. 

All currently available breast implants used for plastic surgery in the U.S. have been subjected to extensive research and clinical studies and have all been cleared by the FDA as safe and effective medical devices that may be safely used for both breast reconstruction and aesthetic breast augmentation.

One specific type of breast implant made by Allergan, namely implants with textured shell surfaces, were recalled worldwide as of July 24, 2019. These textured shell breast implants are no longer available for implantation due to the associated risk of developing a very rare complication known as Breast Implant Associated-Anaplastic Large Cell Lymphoma (BIA-ALCL). 

At this time, the FDA recommends that textured shell implants be removed only in patients who have symptoms or issues with their implants, such as swelling, a mass, or fluid around the implant. However, many patients who have textured implants prefer to have their implants replaced with smooth implants regardless in order to avoid the potential development of BIA-ALCL.

All currently available breast implants used for plastic surgery in the U.S. have been subjected to extensive research and clinical studies and have all been cleared by the FDA as safe and effective medical devices that may be used for both breast reconstruction and aesthetic breast augmentation. 

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Getting Ready for Breast Augmentation Surgery

In order for your breast augmentation to go smoothly, Dr. Hutchinson will provide you with detailed and precise instructions to be followed prior to surgery. This includes recommendations for breast imaging, including mammogram, sonogram, and/or MRI as necessary, as well as requirements for medical clearance and bloodwork prior to surgery.

She will also discuss how you should maintain a healthy lifestyle, diet, and weight; how you can avoid smoking if you’re a smoker; and advice on not taking medication that can increase risk of complications.

If you have any questions about preparing for breast augmentation surgery, please bring them up with Dr. Hutchinson. 

Breast Augmentation Incisions and Technique

The breast augmentation procedure lasts 1-1.5 hours and is usually performed under general anesthesia. In some patients who undergo subglandular breast augmentation, the procedure may also be performed safely using local anesthesia with intravenous sedation. Incisions are made in inconspicuous places on the breast to minimize scar visibility. These may be located in the armpit (transaxillary); in the crease on the underside of the breast (inframammary); or around the areola (periareolar).

The incision allows for access to the breast tissues and for creation of the surgical plane where the implant will be positioned. Using meticulous technique, Dr. Hutchinson dissects a pocket under the breast or below the pectoralis muscle into which the implant is inserted.

Breast Implant Placement

Breast implants may be placed either under the breast itself or below the pectoralis major muscle. Implant placement beneath the muscle of the chest offers some advantages over placement beneath the breast tissue only. These include reduced risk of capsular contracture (postoperative tightening around the implant) and the least degree of interference with mammogram examinations. Disadvantages include potentially greater patient discomfort in the first few days following surgery and a slightly longer recovery phase. During your consultation with Dr. Hutchinson, she will discuss which option may be right for you.

After the implants have been inserted into their respective pockets and positioned beneath each nipple, the incisions are sutured closed, then taped and bandaged. The bandages may be removed after two days, at which point a surgical bra or strap may be worn depending on the placement and type of implants.

Recovery

Most patients feel somewhat tired and sore after breast augmentation surgery, but this usually resolves in a day or two. You should be able to return to work within the week, but vigorous exercise should be avoided for at least 2-4 weeks, depending on the specific type of breast augmentation surgery you underwent. Stitches are absorbable, and your body will gradually break them down during the weeks after your breast augmentation.

Postoperative pain, swelling, and sensitivity will subside over the first few weeks. The scars from your incisions will begin to fade in a few months and will continue to fade for months after surgery.

You will have several visits with Dr. Hutchinson during the postoperative period, where she will follow up with you to make sure your recovery is going as it should.

What Patients are Saying

“Dr. Hutchinson is a terrific plastic surgeon. She walked me through the whole process of my breast augmentation and made sure I was completely comfortable and knew exactly what to expect. I am thrilled with the results and would recommend her to everyone.” H.H.

“So happy with my new breasts. I had been thinking about having a breast augmentation for years, and I finally decided on silicone breast implants. I did a lot of research before choosing Dr. Hutchinson, and I couldn’t be happier. She is a wonderful plastic surgeon, and I look amazing. Thank you for doing such a fantastic job!” MJK

“Great surgery experience! I was completely flat chested and felt embarrassed to wear any sort of tank tops, not to mention swimsuits. It took me two years to make up my mind, and I am extremely happy with the outcome.” Activeinthecity

“Almost six years ago, but still love my results. Dr. Hutchinson is an amazing doctor and surgeon. I had my silicone implants in 2010 and they still look great…One of the things that stuck out to me when meeting with Dr. Hutchinson was the thorough history and the amount of time she spend with me and my fiancé (at the time now husband) answering questions. I had met with some other doctors prior and that was not the case. Her assistant at the time was so kind and sweet. I’m glad I met Dr H and had great results.” plasticlady

“Would do it all over again, WITH DR. HUTCHINSON! I felt very comfortable and confident the minute I met Dr. Hutchinson. I not only felt at ease with her, but also felt that she had to be the one for my procedure. I did SO MUCH research on so many doctors and their work “out there” and really Dr. Hutchinson is the best of the best. I felt like she was not there to sell anything, but to make me feel happier. I felt like I was in great hands since the beginning. Also, LOVE her staff! Great team! Thank you SO MUCH! I’m so happy with my procedure!” Forceful3683

Read more breast augmentation patient testimonials here.

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Candidates for Breast Augmentation 

Women who make excellent breast augmentation patients are those who:

  • Have breasts that are completely developed
  • Feel that their breasts look too small 
  • Have lost breast tissue volume after pregnancy and/or breastfeeding
  • Are unhappy with their overall body image because of their breasts
  • Have low self-esteem due to small breasts
  • Have breast asymmetry 
  • Are non-smokers in overall good health
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What Should I Expect During My Breast Augmentation Consultation?

Before your breast augmentation, you will have a consultation with Dr. Olivia Hutchinson to determine if you are an appropriate candidate for the procedure and to help her understand your goals. This consultation will include the following:

  • A comprehensive discussion with Dr. Hutchinson where she will go over your medical history 
  • The chance for you to explain what bothers you about your breasts and what results you want to achieve with the surgery
  • A private exam where Dr. Hutchinson will evaluate your unique physical features
  • A showing of the different breast implants with different characteristics (volume, projection, and saline/silicone gel fill) in order to help educate you on the many options available to you 
  • Medical “before” photographs, which will provide additional information when discussing your surgery
  • The formation of a customized surgical plan created especially for you to achieve your personal cosmetic goals
  • A conversation about what is required of you before and after your surgery to ensure a successful operation and smooth recovery
  • The opportunity for you to voice any questions or concerns you have about the procedure, risks, recovery, and results
  • The option for you to schedule your surgery if you decide to proceed

In order to help you understand what results can be achieved with breast augmentation surgery and what is the best possible option for you, Dr. Hutchinson will discuss specific details of your current breast size and physical characteristics. Factors that may impact your results include the following:

  • Your current breast size, including breast volume, breast width, and the amount of breast sagging 
  • The position of your nipples
  • Skin features, such as the amount of excess or loose skin and skin quality (elasticity and tone)
  • Pectoral muscle development and tone
  • Inframammary fold position and tightness
  • Breast asymmetry or differences between your breasts in terms of breast volume, shape, and width; breast sagging, and nipple position 

What are the Risks of Breast Implants?

Complications following breast augmentation surgery are uncommon, and many resolve on their own with time or with limited intervention. They may include: 

  • Capsular contracture
  • Swelling and pain
  • Infection around the implant
  • Breakage or leakage of the implant (implant rupture) 
  • A change in nipple sensation 
  • Wound healing issues
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If a saline implant ruptures, the implant will simply deflate in a few hours, and your body will absorb the saltwater. If a silicone implant leaks, you should be evaluated for possible implant removal or revision.

Not all implant ruptures cause symptoms in patients. Sometimes they are “silent” ruptures that are incidentally found during physical examination or routine imaging studies.

Regular monitoring of breast implants after breast augmentation is recommended to ensure continued breast health and implant integrity. A very rare disease, Breast Implant Associated Anaplastic Large Cell Lymphoma (BIA-ALCL), has recently been identified and occurs in a very small subset of patients and seems limited to those with current or prior textured implants. This lymphoma is specific to breast implants. 

It usually presents as a late fluid accumulation (seroma) around the implant or mass in the breast. Treatment requires surgical removal of the tumor along with the implant, capsule, and fluid. Dr. Hutchinson provides consultations and evaluations of patients who have textured implants and are concerned about swelling, a mass, or fluid in the breasts. She will formulate the most appropriate plan for managing your implants.

Breast Revision: Removing and Replacing Breast Implants

Some women with breast implants may consider a revision surgery if they are not completely satisfied with the appearance or size of their breasts or if they are experiencing complications from their initial surgery. 

Why Undergo Revision?

Breast implant revision or removal is not mandatory simply based on the length of time a patient has had implants. Often a woman’s breasts will change with time due to many factors such as pregnancy, breastfeeding, and merely the passage of time with the normal changes in skin quality, breast shape, and relative composition of gland tissue and fat as she ages. Some patients will require surgery due to capsular contracture, implant malposition or rupture, or other issues related to their original surgery.

How Breast Revision Works

Dr. Hutchinson provides plastic surgical evaluations and consultations for patients who already had breast implant surgery performed elsewhere or abroad, and who may be considering revision surgery for a variety of reasons. Surgical revision may include any number of procedures, including changing the size, type (saline or silicone, smooth or textured,) or placement (under the breast or under the muscle) of the implants. In some cases, implants may be removed altogether, or additional surgery may be advisable. 

Other Procedures to Enhance Revision 

Additional procedures may include surgery on the capsule around the breast implants, with either repositioning or removing part or all of the capsule (capsulectomy). In some patients, fat injections may be performed to correct minor irregularities or contour deformities to provide additional breast volume or to create coverage of visible or palpable implants. Alternatively, a breast lift procedure may be performed concurrently to provide a better cosmetic result. Dr. Hutchinson will discuss all the options for breast augmentation revision available to you and will discuss with you whether or not surgery is needed — and if so, which one is best for you.

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Common Reasons for Breast Revision Surgery

Change in Size of Breast Implant

Women may wish to change to a larger or smaller implant based on individual characteristics and preferences. With time and hormonal influences, a woman’s breasts may change in size, shape, and degree of droopiness (“ptosis”.) Consequently, the implants that were initially placed at the time of their primary breast augmentation may no longer fit their ideal image, and a woman may opt for a removal and replacement of implants with ones of a different size.

Change in Type of Breast Implant

Breast implants have been used in women for decades, but the ones that have been available over the last decade represent the newest, most advanced, and safest implants with the lowest risks of complications relative to previous implants. Some women may wish to change from saline filled to silicone gel filled implants, from round to shaped implants, from silicone gel to highly cohesive (“gummy bear”) implants, or from silicone to saline-filled Structured IDEAL IMPLANTS. Some of the newest silicone gel implants have a greater fill to implant ratio and create more projection than the traditional implants with less silicone gel fill.

Need for Additional Surgery to Correct Sagging Breasts (“Ptosis”)

As the breast itself may lose volume and sag, the previously placed implants may no longer be in the proper position relative to the breast tissue. In these cases, a breast lift or “mastopexy” may be required in conjunction with revision of the implant pocket, size, or shape to produce an improved appearance.

Patient Desire to Remove Implants Altogether

Some women may decide they no longer wish to have any implants at all — for any number of reasons. In these patients, implant removal may be offered as an option, although in some cases a secondary procedure such as a breast lift may be necessary to produce the best aesthetic results.

Unwanted Results From Previous Breast Implant Surgery

Patients who are dissatisfied with results from prior implant procedures may present with any of the following reasons for revision surgery:

  • Breast implant rupture, leakage, or deflation
  • Breast implant malposition or displacement up, down, to the side, or towards the middle of the chest
  • Capsular contracture resulting in pain in the breast and/or distortion of the breast
  • Breast implant becomes palpable or visible
  • Breast asymmetry with unequal appearance of the breasts
  • Unsightly or widened scars
  • Nipple or areola enlargement, distortion, asymmetry, or irregularity

Removal of Textured Implants Made by Allergan 

A small subset of women who have textured implants made by Allergan may wish to have their implants removed or replaced due to the recall of these implants as of July 24, 2019. The recall was initiated because of the rare incidence of Breast Implant Associated-Anaplastic Large Cell Lymphoma (BIA-ALCL), which is primarily associated with the BIOCELL textured surface present in Allergan implants (including Natrelle® and Inspira® textured breast implants). Removal of all textured implants is not currently recommended or standard treatment, although each patient should make an informed decision after discussion with their plastic surgeon.

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BIA-ALCL

In addition to the more common reasons for revision breast augmentation, a rare form of breast implant associated tumor called Breast Implant Associated-Anaplastic Large Cell Lymphoma (BIA-ALCL) has recently been identified in a relatively small subset of patients. BIA-ALCL is distinct from and unrelated to breast cancer and usually presents as a mass or fluid accumulation (seroma) that manifests late — usually several years after the initial surgery — and is mostly treatable with surgical removal of the tumor, capsule, and breast implant.

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Fat Transfer Breast Augmentation 

For women who would prefer to avoid breast implants altogether and only want a subtle increase in breast size (one cup or less), fat transfer breast augmentation may be the best option. This technique uses a patient’s own fat to add volume to the breasts for an extra-natural look and feel. 

The procedure involves healthy fat being taken from a part of the body where it can be spared (usually the stomach, buttocks, flanks, or thighs) using a technique similar to liposuction and then purifying and injecting that fat into the breasts to add natural looking volume. There are many advantages to fat transfer breast augmentation. 

It is minimally invasive (therefore requires less recovery time); it’s all natural; there is no risk of any kind of breast implant illness, rupture or other complications resulting from implants; scarring is very minimal, and you also have unwanted fat taken away from an area of the body. For many women, fat transfer breast augmentation is the very best and most natural choice. 

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Why Choose Dr. Hutchinson for Breast Augmentation?

Board certified plastic surgeon Dr. Olivia Hutchinson strives to provide all her breast augmentation patients with the individualized results that they are seeking — with great looking, natural feeling breasts that complement their individual body and physique. Having been in practice for over two decades on Manhattan’s Upper East Side, she has extensive experience in determining which type of implant is best suited for each patient and in working with each patient to deliver optimal results. Breast augmentation surgery is both one of Dr. Hutchinson’s most popular cosmetic surgeries and one of her areas of specialization and expertise. She aims to exceed her patients’ expectations and provide the absolute highest level of care for each one. If you’re interested in breast augmentation with Dr. Hutchinson, contact us online or call us at (212) 452-1400.

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