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This case study was previously published on our YouTube channel 5 years ago. We are now re-publishing it on this Vlog, as this patient returns to Dr Arthur Tjandra of Elixir de Vie for her 3rd session of autologous fat grafting breasts augmentation.
This petite young woman who weighed just 40 kg and was completely flat-chested, came to Dr Arthur Tjandra of Elixir de Vie for thighs liposuction and autologous fat grafting breasts augmentation when she was just in her late teens. Her breasts were so flat, that she had to stuff toilet rolls inside her bras to fill up the space of the A cup bras she used to wear. She is back now, 3.5 years after her initial procedure, for abdominal liposuction as well as second session of autologous fat grafting breasts augmentation.
This is a list of her case studies:
Video 2: Awake syringe liposuction under local anesthesia by Dr Arthur Tjandra
Video 3: Completion of fat injection into left breast.
Video 4: Completion of fat injection into both breasts and abdominal liposuction.
Video 5: Result of abdominal liposuction and fat transfer breasts augmentation, the next day.
For more Liposuction Case Studies, please visit our website: http://elixirdevie.sg/liposuctioncasestudies.html
More liposuction before and after surgery photos can be see here: http://elixirdevie.sg/liposuction%20before%20and%20after.html
Combination of liposuction and autologous fat grafting to breasts or/and buttocks can be seen here: http://elixirdevie.sg/autologousfattransferforbreastaugmentation.html
A list of our patients’ blogs: http://www.elixirdevie.sg/blog.html