Gary Ross, a cosmetic surgeon based in Manchester, offers the procedure at his clinic starting at around £6,000.
He said it’s a good option for women seeking “natural looking volume” without the need for silicone implants.
The cost varies per patient, depending on how big the transfer is and how much of a change they want.
“Firstly, there are no foreign objects being placed within the body during body-jet fat transfer procedures, unlike alternatives based around silicone implants,” he said.
“Secondly, as far as breast enhancement options go, a fat transfer procedure is a more gentle approach to gaining breast volume.
“There are no large incisions made, just some small ones to enable the medical professional to take and replace the fat.”
Patients also need to consider where they are having to op done – as a rule if the cost of a procedure seems too good to be true it usually is.
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