- Dissatisfaction with the shape or the size of breast
- Facial wrinkles
- Excess fat within the abdomen, thighs, or buttocks.
Autologous fat transplant is an excellent method for individuals who seek for an efficient way to eliminate excess fat from particular body areas while simultaneously adding some attractive curvature at some other places. The method allows for improving the contour of the buttocks, increasing the firmness and size of the breasts, as well as correcting some imperfections and reducing wrinkles The final smoothing or filling effect is naturally-looking.
Fat transplantation is not only efficient, but also safe. Being a natural, living tissue, fat is an excellent filler. It contains stem cells characterized by unique regenerative properties, making the transplanted tissue healthier and more elastic. The use of autologous material reduces the risk of allergic reaction or transplant rejection. In addition, the procedure is minimally invasive and does not require long hospitalization or burdensome recovery.
Anesthesia and the course of the surgery
Fat transplantation may be performed under local, general, or intravenous anesthesia and lasts 30 to 90 minutes depending on the extent. The maximum length of hospital stay is 24 hours and depends on the type of anesthesia.
The procedure starts with administration of a special liquid to congest blood vessels at the fat collection site. Usually, fat is collected from thighs, hips, or the abdomen. The, fat tissue is aspirated using an appropriate cannula attached to a syringe. After appropriate preparation, the obtained material is then administered as the filler to the appropriate body region such as lips, breasts, or the face.
Finally, sutures and dressings are put into place. The collection site is additionally compressed using a special dressing or garment.
For the first days after the procedure, local swelling as well as redness and bruising may persist at the collection and transplantation sites. The symptoms usually resolve within 7 to 14 days, and the sutures are usually removed on the 7th day after the procedure.
It is recommended that the fat collection sites are wrapped in compression dressings and massaged. Physical effort and hot baths should be avoided for 2 weeks.
The first results may be observed as early as after the removal of sutures; however, the final effect takes about 3 months to develop.
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