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Choosing Stem Cell Breast Augmentation

Many women want to know how they can get fuller breasts without unnatural implants. For a long time this just wasn’t an option since there was no way to ensure that the procedure was permanent. But now stem cell breast augmentation is giving women the natural breast enhancements that they have been waiting for.

This procedure basically takes a woman’s fat and puts it where she wants it – on her breasts! In the past this was a poor option since the transplanted fat cells didn’t survive properly. But now adult stem cells are taken from the woman having the procedure done and moved to where they will make her breasts larger and more “perky.”

Some people find this an odd idea, and wonder what the benefit is. Well, there are actually many benefits to stem cell breast augmentation. One of them is that man-made implants are not part of the procedure. This makes the whole process safer because you aren’t introducing something foreign to the body. Traditional implants can leak, shift, or be put in wrong. They can also cause long-term health problems such as inflammation and infections.

Also, since the new part of the breast is made of fat – like the rest of the breast – it looks and feels far more natural than traditionally enhanced breasts do. This is good news both from a relationship standpoint and from a health standpoint. Conventionally enhanced breasts can pose a problem when it comes time for exams, since they can prevent the detection of lumps or other abnormalities.

Stem cell breast augmentation is still a fairly new procedure, but the response to it has been overwhelmingly positive. Women get the larger, rounder breasts that they want, but without the risks of conventional enhancements. Also, unlike some natural breast enhancement methods, stem cell breast augmentation is long-term.

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