Fat Grafting

Fat grafting, also known as fat transfer or fat injection, is a cosmetic procedure that involves harvesting fat from one area of the body and transferring it to another area to enhance volume and contour. Fat grafting is commonly used to augment facial features, such as the cheeks, lips, and temples, as well as to fill in wrinkles, creases, and hollows.

During a fat grafting procedure, fat cells are harvested from donor sites using liposuction techniques. The harvested fat is then processed and purified before being carefully injected into the desired areas of the face using specialized cannulas. The fat is strategically placed to achieve natural-looking results and enhance facial harmony and symmetry.

Fat grafting offers several advantages, including the use of the body’s own natural tissue, which reduces the risk of rejection or allergic reaction. Additionally, fat grafting provides long-lasting results, as the transferred fat cells integrate with the surrounding tissue and can persist for years.