Fat transfer Fat Grafting, (commonly known as fat injection, micro fat injection, lipo injection, fat transfer, lipo filling)
This procedure takes out or extract sufficient fat from the abdomen, thighs, and buttocks and inject to various areas of the body to increase volume, such as the face, breasts, cheeks, lips, buttocks, and chin.
Not only does the Fat Graft result in increased volume and ‘plumpness’, but also improved skin texture and quality due to the stem cells contained in the fat.
The goal is to improve the overall dimension of the face which amplifies anti aging to give you a younger looking face.
Stem cell fat grafting
As we age, the dermis beneath the skin thins and loses elasticity. Instead of the rosy, full glow of youth, you can begin to see changes in the face, breasts and even the hands that can make you look tired and older. Facial lines and wrinkles can develop, and your cheeks can start to look hollowed and sunken. Loss of volume in the hands can make veins and tendons look more prominent, and breasts may lose their youthful contour.
As we get older, the fat deposits in our face begin to break down, causing those facial creases such as laugh lines, smile lines, and sunken in areas.
The solution lies on the stem cell’s ability to repair damaged tissue and generate new cells, and to promote damaged cells to repair themselves and also take part in the repair process ,which helps patient looking younger and more active.
Our plastic surgeons has been trained in the most sophisticated techniques for fat transfer
Removing fat is so gentle for better graft survival and durability to improve the overall aesthetic results while older methods of extracting and transferring fat often produced unsatisfactory results which stem form the result of a poor fat harvesting technique, causing the fat grafts to be not viable.
Where Can it be Used?
Natural Breast Augmentation
Tips to know
The survivability of fat cells is largely dependent on how gently the fat cells are harvesting and grafted. With a good technique 70% survival can be expected.