Fat transfers can be used to revitalize sagging skin, erase wrinkles, increase the fullness of lips, and to smooth scars and other skin imperfections. The fat is removed from a "donor" area, usually the hips, abdomen, or buttocks. The fat cells are then injected into the "recipient" area, which is most commonly the cheeks, lips, or buttocks.
Consumer ratings of fat transfers are provided below. These exclusive reviews are provided by individuals who have had fat transfers and are uniquely qualified to rank the procedure and discuss their own results. Guests are reminded, however, that any decision regarding whether or not to get a fat transfer procedure should only be made after discussing your options with a specialist. To schedule a consultation with a doctor in your area, contact us today.Browse All Fat Transfers Providers More Fat Transfers Information
"The only thing I did not like was at the consultation I was told I needed specific procedures and when I arrived for surgery I was told I needed an additional procedure that cost an extra $1500.00. Overall I am pleased with the service I received " - Submitted by Portland H. of Palmdale, CA
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Average Cost Range: $350.00 - $6,000.00
The length of the procedure varies by individual but an hour is typical.
Side Effects of Fat Transfers:
The side effects from a Fat Transfer may include temporary swelling, bruising, and redness. These conditions are usually associated with the "donor" areas and not the recipient.
Fat Transfer Risks:
All invasive procedure carry with the some risk, including infection and a negative reaction to anesthesia. The risks specific to Fat Transfers are minimal.
Duration of Fat Transfer Results:
The results from a Fat Transfer or apparent immediately, however, more injection may be necessary to achieve the desired result. These results are long lasting and may even be permanent.
The bruising and swelling from a fat transfer usually recedes with 1-7 days.
Due to the cosmetic nature of Fat Transfers, they are not usually covered by insurance.
Level of Discomfort:
The discomfit associated with a Fat Transfer is minimal.
A local anesthetic is usually employed.
Also Known As:
Fat Grafting. Fat Transplant. Fat Injection. Autologous Fat Transplantation. Micro-Lipoinjection.
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