Unless they have undergone breast enhancement or augmentation surgery, few women are 100% happy with their breasts. If you wish your breasts were one-half to one cup size fuller, without the expense and recovery time associated with surgery, then you’ll want to speak with Dr. Vanek in his Cleveland office regarding BRAVA—the first clinically proven approach to breast enlargement that actually grows a woman’s natural breast tissue without surgery.
How does BRAVA Breast Augmentation work?
Our bodies have a natural mechanism for growth and healing. When body tissue is placed under sustained tension it will grow. This principle is known as “tissue expansion” and has been used for over 30 years by physicians in various reconstructive procedures. The BRAVA system is an external tissue expander.
The BRAVA system applies a gentle three-dimensional pull, which places the breast under tension. This very gentle, sustained tension causes the cells to respond by replicating. The outcome of proper usage is new breast tissue, resulting in larger, fuller breasts.
How well does BRAVA Breast Augmentation work?
Women who used the BRAVA system report an increase of 1/2 to 2-cup sizes of lasting growth. Results vary due to individual biological factors plus frequency and duration of use. Clinical studies showed that all participants felt more comfortable with their body image and believed their breasts had not only increased in volume, but had also been lifted.
Is the system safe?
The BRAVA Breast Augmentation and shaping system is a well-researched, clinically tested medical device that provides a new option to grow your own natural breast tissue without surgery or non-medically proven alternative medications (pills or creams). BRAVA fat transfer is safe, effective and the results are long-lasting.
Most healthy women can wear the BRAVA system. Women who should not use the system include those who are pregnant, those who are lactating (must have completed breastfeeding for at least 3 to 6 months prior to use), those who have had a mastectomy, and those under the age of 18 years (or those whose natural breast development is not complete).