This procedure will remove a patientís own fat to re-implant it where needed. It is typically extracted from body parts like the abdomen, thighs, or buttocks and injected into another area that requires plumping, such as a patientís facial features.
About 2 to 4 hours.
Swelling, discomfort and bruising.
Little to no downtime; patients should be able to return to normal activities within a few days.
Small risk of infection and other infrequent complications. Allergic reaction is not a factor for fat injectable fillers because it is harvested from a patient's own body.
Fat injections and grafting can improve the creased and sunken areas of the face, and add fullness to the lips and cheeks.
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