Facial Fat Grafting Before and After

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This kind of procedure has many names like fat transfer, micro-lipoinjection, fat rejuvenation, etc. But facial fat grafting is a word that combines all of them.

To decide whether this surgery is for you, learn some facts about facial face grafting and upload some before and after pictures to see the results. Your surgeon will take fat from one area of your body and remove it adding to another part, where there is a need for some extra fat to be implanted. Very often the potential areas are the lips and places where wrinkles may form (nasoliable folds, cheeks, areas around your eyes). Another purpose of this procedure is not only to rejuvenate the aging look of a patient’s face, but also hide scars caused by acne. The fat is a kind of material that has incredible characteristics for filling. Moreover, it is something that is taken from the same patient and works like a filler for the same person. You may ask your surgeon to use fat received from liposuction to work for improving some aging spots on your face. In this case facial fat grafting becomes a truly unique procedure.

Transplantation Procedure

Unfortunately, some specialists say that the transplanted fat can be absorbed only to some extent. Though there are no concrete researches concerning the optimal amount and some doctors say that the degree may be even full, you still have to talk to your surgeon about all the aspects of the facial fat grafting. He will decide what amount of the fat he should remove, then what will be the areas of concentration and the recovery process during the first days right after this treatment.

Facial fat grafting will start with indicating a place where the fat will be harvested and a place where it will be put. This procedure doesn’t need general anesthesia. Your surgeon will give you an oral sedative or you will have an injection of lidocaine or some other medications of this kind. A site (mostly buttocks or abdomen) where the fat will be harvested is usually treated with the local anesthesia.

A surgeon will use a sterile syringe to take some fat from the indicated donor area. Then this fat will be “reprocessed”. It means that some extra components like blood and other types of fluids will be removed. A specialist will also get rid of the damaged fat cells for it is known that only whole fat cells are better absorbed in the area of injection.

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