Fat Grafting Walnut Creek
Fat Grafting for Breast Enlargement
Women who want breast enlargement without using an implant or those who have had major complications from breast implants may use fat grafting to enhance their breasts.
Unwanted (Excess) fatty tissue taken from the abdomen or any other areas of the body could be used for fat grafting. Using a fine liposuction cannula, fat is harvested from the abdomen, hips, thighs or the back area and after special processing is transferred into the breasts. It usually takes 3 months to know how much of the grafted fat has survived. Since only 60 to 65% of the grafted fat will take and become permanent, more fat grafting will be necessary if the patient desires more that one cup size enlargement.
This is an outpatient procedure with a short recovery time. You can resume your normal activities in one week.
Fat Grafting for Buttocks Enlargement
The best choice for those who want buttocks enlargement without using an implant is fat grafting.
Fat harvested from the abdomen and other areas of the body is used to enlarge the buttocks. Using a special technique that prevents injuries to the fat cells, fatty tissue is obtained in a large volume and then grafted into the buttocks. Using micro droplet fat grafting technique, 60 to 65% of the grafted fat will survive and become permanent.
The procedure is performed on an outpatient basis. The recovery time is short and you can resume normal activities in 7 to 10 days.
Fat Grafting for Facial Rejuvenation
An aging face loses its volume and becomes “deflated”. In order to reverse this process, fat is used to restore volume and youthfulness to ones face.
Fat harvested from the abdomen or other parts of the body is used to rejuvenate or enhance facial features. Stem cells present in the fatty tissue play a major role in improving the quality of the tissue they are grafted into. Using a hollow tube (cannula) fat is harvested using a special technique that prevents injuries to the fat cells. After centrifuging the fat, grafting is done using the micro droplet technique. Usually 60 to 65% of the grafted fat will survive, and it takes about 3 months to know how much of the grafted fat has become permanent.
The procedure is performed on an outpatient basis. The recovery is short and you can resume normal activities in 7 to 10 days.