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Microlipoinjection (Fat Transfer) - Procedure and Benefits of Microlipoinjection

What is Microlipoinjection - Fat Transfer?

The old age and stress show on our face and other body parts. We lose fat from our face, breasts and hands. We also tend to accumulate fatty deposits in areas that we don't want such as the stomach, thighs, arms, chin and back. Fat Transfer is a common procedure which is used to remove fat cells and re-injecting them into areas where we have lost fat which further helps in restoring a more youthful appearance.

By using own fat in this procedure reduces the allergic reactions and side effects caused by the introduction of foreign materials.

How Fat Transfer or Microlipioinjection helps?

Fat transfer can be used to cure following:

  • Correct cheek depressions
  • contour deformities
  • Fill in deep laughter lines and facial wrinkles
  • Enhance the breasts, hands, lips and cheeks.
  • Fat transplantation is used mainly to fill deep lines and folds.
  • Superficial wrinkles still need to be treated with chemical peeling, laser or fillers such as collagen.

Facts about Fat Transfer and Microlipoinjection

Care should be taken to collect the fat cells. When the fat is harvested for fat transplantation, the fat cells is taken with some surrounding blood vessels and connective tissue in filaments rather than as individual fat cells. This significantly increases the survival rate of the fat cells. As with all grafts in the first three days following implantation are the most critical and determine the number of cells that will grow a new blood supply and survive.

Once the new blood supply is well established the fat cells will live as long as the fat cells that they have replaced. Fat Transfer is a day only procedure done under local anaesthetic. Sedation is available if you require it.



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