No, CAL breast enhancement does not interfere with breast cancer detection.
In conventional lipo-transplant procedure, extracted fat is transplanted in a clump and therefore, calcification sometimes occurs in the transplanted fat. As this calcification shows up in mammograms, it could be mistakenly interpreted as breast cancer. However, with the advances in mammography and improvement in the diagnostic techniques of breast surgeons, it is nowadays possible to distinguish fat calcification from breast cancer on the mammograms. There are few cases of patients who’ve had the operation having difficulties in breast cancer detection.
As for breast cancer detection besides mammography, various other methods, including ultrasound and MRI, have been developed and these methods are being refined every day.