Fat Grafting For Facial Rejuvenation
Conveniently located to serve Walnut Creek
As a result of aging process, facial structures atrophy and lose their volume and elasticity. Fat Grafting is used to add volume and enhance the facial features. This is an ideal procedure for men looking to restore facial contours and fill in age lines.
Stem cells present in the fat are known to improve the quality and rejuvenate the tissues they are introduced into. Fat could be harvested from the neck, abdomen or other parts of the body for grafting. Two thirds of the grafted fat will survive and become permanent.
Who Is in Need of Fat Grafting for Facial Rejuvenation?
Men who want to use their excess fat to volumize areas of the face that have naturally lost volume are ideal candidates. These areas can include hollow temples, gaunt cheeks, and a sagging jawline. Certain scars can be filled in, as can wrinkles like the nasolabial folds and marionette lines.
Patients must be in good health to undergo this treatment. Any critical treatments for severe health problems will need to be concluded first, as well. Non-smokers are ideal candidates for facial fat grafting; smokers will need to quit before undergoing this treatment.
Patients who want to apply for facial fat grafting for men will need to schedule a consultation. During the consultation, they will answer important questions about their medical history and their aesthetic goals. The target areas will also be examined to determine the best ways to address the patient’s specific issues.
Any questions or concerns regarding the procedure can be addressed during the consultation. Patients can bring up topics like the cost of the procedure, as well as any steps they can take to prepare ahead of time.
Schedule Your Consultation
Men interested in learning more about fat grafting for facial rejuvenation can contact us today to schedule a consultation.
Dr. Ghorbani has extensive knowledge and experience in Fat Grafting. He has performed fat grafting for cosmetic and reconstructive cases since 1995. For more information please call Dr. Ghorbani at (925) 946-9004.