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Fat Injection


Fat injection fills in wrinkles and creases and restores volume to regions that have lost volume due to surgery, injury, age, or other factors. There is no risk of allergic response or rejection with fat that has been transplanted from the patient. Other benefits include a quick recovery period, long-term results, and suitability for all skin types.

Fat grafting, also known as autologous fat transfer or liposculpture, is a technique that involves using the patient's own fat from the belly, thighs, or other places to restore lost volume. Sunken cheeks, facial wrinkles, acne scars, and other regions of decreased volume that have occurred as a result of aging, sun damage, and other disorders can all be treated with this technique.


Procedure for Fat Grafting

Similar to liposuction, fat is extracted from the donor region by inserting a tiny cannula and suctioning out the fat. To reduce any potential discomfort, this procedure is performed under local anaesthetic. After that, the fat is cleansed to ensure that only fat cells are transplanted. When the fat is ready, it is injected into the required location using a little device until the desired result is attained.

Recovery and Outcomes


After the fat grafting operation, patients may feel slight swelling and bruising, which may be managed with oral pain medicines. Because no foreign substance is introduced into the body, fat grafts generally stay longer than fillers and are deemed safe for most patients. Fat injections, like any other operation, come with a number of potential side effects. Infection, hemorrhage, and under or overcorrection are all possibilities. These risks can be reduced by selecting an experienced doctor to conduct your treatment and according to the post-operative instructions.