Hybrid mammoplasty is a surgery that integrates breast augmentation using implants with autologous fat transfer and has the advantages of both. This approach has the following aims: to increase the thickness of chest skin or breast tissues by autologous fat transfer so as to enhance the natural look and touch of breast implants, to reduce the risk of ball-like appearance or implant rippling, and to overcome problems associated with traditional autologous fat transfer alone such as fat cell loss or absorption through the placement of implants to effectively maintain breast size and firmness. Because the compression or massage of the breast should be avoided after fat transfer to prevent fat cell loss and absorption, hybrid mammoplasty mostly uses textured implants that do not require postoperative massage. This surgery is primarily used for those with severe inadequate congenital indications for breast implants, those with a history of repeated breast implants, those who prefer textured implants but that may show an unnatural touch and look, or those who would like large implants and achieve natural breast shape at the same time. Dr. Chuang combines autologous fat transfer with the latest teardrop breast implants, allowing not only the creation of a perfect cleavage and peach-shaped breasts but also the natural look and touch of the breasts.