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You may have heard a lot about fat transfer injections in recent years and may
be curious about the procedure. Well, a fat transfer is a fairly successful
medical procedure that grafts fat from one portion of the body, where it may be
in excess, to another portion of the body where some augmentation is needed. Fat
transfers have several advantages over any other method of augmentation in that
these procedures use the body's own tissue and so require no preliminary
testing. There is also little chance of the transplanted tissues being rejected,
because they are from the person's own body.
The earliest medical use of fat transfers dates from over a hundred years ago,
when a German doctor called Franz Neuber first used a fat transfer to fill a pit
in the cheek of one of his patients. However, it was only with the advent of
liposuction (which allows a doctor to easily withdraw packets of fat from a
patient's body), that fat transfers really became relatively commonplace.
Areas of the body that can be augmented with a fat transfer surgery:
Fat transfer injections can be used for a variety of purposes and for surgeries
involving different portions of the body. They are used to enhance the breast
and to create a better shape in a person's buttocks. They can also be used to
smooth out wrinkled hands or faces. Often enough a person who has had extensive
plastic surgery to rejuvenate her face, and who has had her breasts enhanced,
still shows her age, simply because she has wrinkled hands. By injecting packets
of fat into the layers of the skin of the hands, the hands can be made to look
and feel both soft and youthful.
Fat transfers can also be used to ornament the lips, where one or more tiny
incisions are made at a corner of the mouth, and a layer of fat that might be
just a millimeter thick is inserted into the patient's lips. This process not
only is more acceptable to the body than conventional enhancement surgeries,
because it doesn't introduce a foreign substance into the body, but it also
provides a more natural (and sometimes softer) feel as well. As a matter of
fact, this is pretty much the rule where all fat transfer injections are
concerned. Since they use fat that is essentially a part of the person's own
body and which is therefore a completely natural substance, fat transfer
injections always make the augmented areas feel much more natural than they do
when any synthetic filler is employed in the augmentation process.
Now, obviously, fat transfers can only be used on a person who actually has some
fat to spare. Thin people are not candidates for fat transfer injections and
must look elsewhere for their cosmetic surgery solutions.
How it works…
So, how does a fat transfer actually work? Well, there are different methods,
and the technique may differ from one medical practitioner to another, but
generally speaking, viable fat is withdrawn from the body with using a
liposuction cannula. This fat is then spun in a centrifuge to remove debris and
any unwanted impurities. Then small quantities of fat are injected into the
desired areas of a person’s body. The fat is injected in small globules, each of
which is usually about the size of a pea. This is because if more fat is
injected in a particular area it may have problems finding a viable blood
The fat is injected into different layers of the skin, as well as into the
muscles themselves, to provide the greatest chance that the fat will survive.
Remember that a certain percentage of this injected fat is going to be
reabsorbed by the body. Usually, around thirty percent of the fat is reabsorbed
by the body, but often enough it can be a higher percentage, and sometimes up to
ninety percent of the injected fat can be absorbed by the body over time.
Successes and possible risks:
So, as you can see, the success of fat transfer injections generally differs
from person to person. Most cosmetic surgeons will inject a larger percentage of
fat to counter the absorption process. However, this can sometimes go wrong.
I’ve seen cases where the excess fat injected was not absorbed by the body at
all, but remained in place and was unsightly. As with all other surgeries, there
is a certain chance that things might go wrong.
Depending upon the area treated, a patient may experience from light to rather
severe bruising. Generally speaking, the larger the area treated, the more
bruising that will be evident. Swelling may last up to several months, depending
upon how long it takes for excess fat in the transfer area to be absorbed by the
Make no mistake though, Fat transfer injections have serious advantages over any
other form of cosmetic or augmentation surgery, and this holds true no matter
what part of the body is undergoing augmentation. This is because fat transfer
surgeries are done via injection, and require no major incisions. This means
that scarring due to fat transfer surgeries is minimal and virtually invisible.
Best of all (as I mentioned earlier), these injections don’t involve the
insertion of a foreign object into the body, and thus can prevent unnecessary
complications later. For example, it’s well documented that changing air
pressures in airplanes can cause complications with breast implants made of
synthetic materials. With a fat transfer these complications just don't occur.
Note, however, that so far the procedure for fat transfer surgery has not been
passed by the Food and Drug administration, or any other regulatory body in
Maximizing the chances that a fat transfer will work:
There are things that a patient can do to maximize the chances that fat transfer
injections will work. There are certain preparatory procedures to be observed
between three to five weeks before the surgery, and similar procedures to be
observed after the surgery. A patient who carefully observes these procedures
will maximize the chances that the injections will be successful.
Similarly, in certain cases repetitive treatments might become necessary, and a
patient who is willing to undergo these treatments will be more likely to
achieve the desired results. To give you an idea about how much fat transfers
may cost, fat transfer operations range in cost between three hundred to five
thousand dollars, five thousand dollars being the cost of treating the entire
Ultimately, though, it’s just an outpatient procedure..
Yes, the fat transfer is essentially an outpatient procedure, and patients can
resume most of their usual activities within a few days. This means that with
fat transfer injections, the results are not only more natural, but the surgery
will take as little time from your life as possible.
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