Fat Transfer

August 01, 2019

Fat Transfer

Not every person is a candidate for this procedure, and your risks may be greater or different than those of other patients. Your plastic surgeon will review all potential risks and complications with you prior to the procedure.

This treatment involves taking processed fat from a patients own body, to re-contour and restore volume to facial areas that have become sunken with age, thereby rejuvenating the face and restoring a more youthful appearance. It is minimally invasive and a great option for clients who want a more natural and permanent solution to volume loss.

Sometimes only 50-80% of the fat that is injected may “take,” requiring more procedures to get to the desired result.

Fat has well known filling and regenerative properties. It aids in the correction of sagging skin and improves skin quality, with only a minimal scar requirement. Furthermore, advantages of low complication rates, minimal surgical and recovery downtime, and in addition to good satisfaction and acceptance rate among patients have been reported. The described technique of harvesting, processing and injecting the fat provided predictable results that were maintained along the first year after small incision brachioplasty. This technique ensures an even contour is maintained, promoting patient satisfaction with the final result.

Whether you want a firmer, more pronounced back side, or a little more curve, fat grafting is the most popular procedure for women looking for an hour glass figure.

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