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It's the latest from the plastic surgery world, and it requires no surgery and little downtime. It promises to get rid of unwanted fat and increase your cup size with just the poke of a needle.

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A new technique of taking unwanted fat and transferring it to the breasts is now being offered at several cosmetic surgery offices in the U.S. For many women unhappy with their bodies, particularly after childbirth, this procedure may sound too good to be true: You go in, they laser liposuction fat from your belly, thighs or butt, harvest the fat and then inject it carefully into your breasts. The results are immediate and the downtime is minimal -- patients returned to work in just a matter of days. Wow.

As opposed to implants, the natural breast enhancement procedure typically increases breasts by about one cup size, but the breasts, of course, feel 100% natural and you'll never have to have them redone, unlike traditional implants which last only up to ten years.

Natural breast enhancement surgery can cost up to $10,000. It's a bit steep, but remember you're getting two for the price of one -- a flatter tummy and your pre-pregnancy breasts!

Damn. If it weren't for the money factor, the moms in our office think lots of moms would go for this procedure, in fact some called it too good to be true.

Would you do it?



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