Have you ever wished you could transfer unwanted fat from your bottom, thighs or stomach to your breasts? An exciting new surgical technique – known as fat transfer or fat grafting – lets you do exactly this. Put simply, fat transfer to the breasts involves transferring a patient’s own fat – harvested via liposuction surgery – to the breasts. This produces breasts that look and feel completely natural, while improving their shape and size. Dr Joseph Rizk, an experienced Plastic Surgeon based in Sydney, specialises in breast reconstruction and breast augmentation using autologous fat grafting.
Breast enhancement via fat transfer is an affordable, safe and minimally invasive technique. Fat transfer for the breast can be performed for:
Fat transfer is quickly becoming a popular technique for both breast reconstructions and breast augmentations due to its advantages over the traditional approaches of implants and flap surgeries. Fat transfer to the breasts delivers:
Fat transfer to the breasts can restore the shape and size of your breasts, while keeping a natural look. For more information, request a consultation with Dr Joseph Rizk by completing the form above or calling on 1300 440 441.
If you’re looking to reduce the effect that ageing has on your face, then fat grafting (sometimes called autologous fat transfer) could be a smart option for you. It’s probably not a surprise to you that as we age, usually the most obvious place it shows is our face.
Fortunately these days there are several treatments you can use to reduce the effects of aging. Anti-wrinkle injections are popular for getting rid of wrinkles, as are dermal fillers, which can also be used to add volume to different parts of your face.
But there’s another interesting method that’s used these days that not as many people have heard of. It’s called fat grafting and it has quickly become a popular method for creating fullness in various areas of the face.
How it works is that first, some fat is grafted from your abdomen or thighs. Once the fat is removed from your body by syringe, it’s then injected into the areas of your face that you want to augment.
Sometimes re-grafting is needed. After the first treatment, a percentage of the grafted fat will undergo re-absorption, which sometimes necessitates additional procedures. Often your surgeon will initially inject a larger quantity than needed in anticipation of losing some volume over time.
The goal of fat grafting face contouring is to create a natural looking shape that compliments your face and results in improved quality of life.
As we age, both men and women can experience a loss in volume of fat content in the face. In the first instance, this may sound like a good thing, however, each person is unique and such a change around the mid-face region can affect individuals differently, leading to have an aged appearance with sunken cheeks and loose, sagging skin around the mid-face and chin area. This can also be caused if the individual has recently experienced significant weight loss.
Face contouring surgery, also known as “fat grafting” or “fat transfer” to the face is becoming an increasingly popular option as it gives the patient a more natural-looking result. The procedure to transfer and graft fat to the face is minimally-invasive, considerably less painful and leaves no scars.
To rejuvenate your face and regain your youthful appearance once again, fat transfer to the face from other parts of your body (usually from the stomach or thighs) can be transplanted into the mid-section of the face. The amazing results of fat contouring are noticeable immediately as the face volumised and tightened, restoring what time may have taken away over the years and giving you a healthy, vibrant glow.
Fat transfer surgery can also be used to deposit the fat removed via liposuction from various area’s of the body onto the buttocks.
The benefits of fat transfer to the buttocks over implants are endless. Not only do implants have the chance of complications later in life such as hardening or the need for re-positioning, but they don’t feel as natural as fat transfer.
With only 3-4mm incisions, which are hidden in the crease of the buttocks, you can be back at work quickly, and see the results of the surgery immediately.
For more information on our fat transfer to bum surgery, please call us today.
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