This woman in her mid-30s who is completely flat-chested comes to Dr Arthur Tjandra of Elixir de Vie for autologous fat grafting breasts augmentation. She is skinny, but fat! Although she weighs only 48 kg, she has plenty of fat all over her body which can be used for autologous fat injection to her breasts, not once, not twice, not thrice, but at least 6 to 8 sessions! She has so much fat that Dr Arthur Tjandra decides to perform liposuction on only her upper and lower abdomen, although initially she would like to get the entire torso done. Dr Arthur Tjandra of Elixir de Vie also performs a thorough assessment of the entire body, explaining what can be done to improve her appearance. Although she is slim, she lacks curves. Her waist is too thick. She lacks lower back arch, because of thick fat over her lower back and love handles. She also lacks volume in her buttocks. Dr Arthur Tjandra of Elixir de Vie even makes comparison of his own lower back arch and buttocks with hers! When viewed from behind, she looks like a little boy! She does not have a womanly hour-glass figure. Her body is straight from her shoulders down to her waist, down to her hips!
The result, 4 months later, can be seen here: Patient No. 428, 4 months after Session 1.
Video 1: A flat-chested, skinny fat woman.
Video 2: Pre-operative marking of breasts and abdomen.
Video 3: Pre-operative marking of breasts.
Video 4: Completion of fat injection into left breast.
Video 5: Completion of fat injection into both breasts.
Video 6: Result of autologous fat grafting breasts augmentation and frontal abdominal liposuction, the next day.
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