Fat Grafting

Fat Grafting surgery at Dr. Jamil Al Jamali’s Clinic

Introduction

Welcome to our in-depth guide on fat grafting, a natural and effective solution for enhancing aesthetics and restoring volume to various areas of your body.

Fat Grafting

What is Fat Grafting?

Fat grafting, also known as fat transfer or lipofilling, is a cosmetic procedure where fat is harvested from one part of your body and transferred to another to enhance volume, restore contours, or improve overall aesthetics.

What happens during Fat Grafting surgery?

The fat grafting procedure comprises several steps: 1. Harvesting Fat: The surgeon selects an area with excess fat and extracts fat cells via liposuction. 2. Processing the Fat: Harvested fat is processed to remove impurities and damaged cells, leaving only healthy fat cells for transplantation. 3. Injection and Sculpting: The purified fat is strategically injected and sculpted into the target area to achieve desired results. Over time, these fat cells integrate with existing tissues. 4. Recovery and Results: Post-procedure, patients may experience temporary swelling, bruising, or discomfort, which usually subsides within a few days.

Going home after Fat Grafting surgery

After surgery, patients should follow the surgeon’s post-operative care instructions to optimize recovery. The transplanted fat cells settle over time and provide natural, long-lasting results.

Specific complications following Fat Grafting

Fat grafting, like all medical procedures, carries potential risks such as infection, bleeding, fat necrosis, or asymmetry. It’s crucial to discuss potential complications with your surgeon before undergoing the procedure.

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