Fat Injection to the Face

What is Autogenous Fat Graft?

The process of re-injecting the fat tissue taken from the person’s own body is called ‘Autogenous Fat Graft Application’. A sufficient amount of adipose tissue can be taken under local anesthesia from around the navel, waist or between the legs. After being separated from the plasma and washed, it is injected into the desired areas like a filler.

In Which Situations Are Facial Fat Injections Applied?

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It is applied to restore fullness in patients between the ages of 30-45, when the skin starts to thin and has sagging skin.
– It is applied in combination with a rope sling in patients with significant facial sagging and volume loss, but who have an obstacle to surgical treatment.
– It is applied in combination to make the result more obvious in face lift and mid face lift surgeries.
It is used to fill the deep spaces between the eyebrows, forehead, nose wing and lip edge.
It is used to thicken the lips, correct the midface collapse, eliminate facial asymmetries and eliminate traumatic scars.

While approximately half of the fat tissue applied to the treated area melts, the other half continues to live. For this reason, approximately twice the desired amount is applied during the first procedure. For this reason, the face appears more swollen and edematous than normal for the first 2 weeks after fat injections. Smoking significantly reduces the amount of fat that will adhere to the tissue. Therefore, smoking is not recommended before and after the procedure.

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