What do you mean by Autologous Fat Transfer treatment?
An Autologous Fat Transfer treatment is a cosmetic procedure where excess fat from one part of the body is harvested, and then re-injected into another part of the body to either enhance or replace the lost volume.
Benefits of having Autologous Fat Transfer
An Autologous fat transfer allows two aesthetic enhancement procedures at the one time. An autologous fat transfer sheds excess fat from one part of the body, whilst using the same fat cells to augment and enhance other parts of the body. Additional benefits include risk free foreign body reactions or allergies, plus the results may be permanent.
How does Autologous Fat Transfer work?
An Autologous Fat Transfer involves using fat cells collected from areas containing excess fat, and then injecting those same fat cells into areas of the body that require an enhancement. An autologous fat transfer procedure is performed under local anaesthesia.
At Skinnotion, we use the latest fat harvesting technology called Vaser® LipoSelection. The Vaser® LipoSelection technique minimises tissue trauma to the donor sites and improves the quality of the harvested fat cells. The result is less bruising at the donor sites and a better up-take of the transferred fat cells creating a fuller and smoother result. A gentle liposuction treatment is used after the Vaser® LipoSelection procedure has removed the fat cells from the usual donor areas, e.g., tummy, thighs and buttocks. The extracted fat cells are filtered and purified. The purified cells are then injected into the body part/s to be treated using cannulas through a small incision into the skin, the final result is visible usually after a few weeks once the swelling has reduced. For optimal results several fat grafting sessions may be required.
What areas can be treated?
Almost every part of the body can be treated using a fat transfer procedure. The most common areas are:
- Buttocks: an autologous fat transfer for buttock augmentation to achieve the Brazilian butt lift;
- Face: to fill in the hollowness of the temples, cheeks, brows and folds to create a more youthful appearance;
- Hands: to restore subcutaneous fat loss on the back of the hands; and
- Scars: an autologous fat is injected beneath the skin surface to elevate depressed surgical and acne scars.
How long will the results last?
The duration of the results of autologous fat transfer procedure differs from person to person. The body reabsorbs the injected fat over a period of time but more than 50% of the injected volume remains in place permanently. Repeat sessions help to maintain the desired volume.
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Autologous Fat Transfer Prices
The cost of autologous transfer procedure depends upon the body part to be treated.
- Face: from $3500 (Full face package includes fat harvesting, Vaser mini-liposuction, fat purification and enhanced, fat injection to forehead, temples, eyebrows, eyelids, tear roughs, nasolabial folds, lips, corners of the mouth and chin)
- Buttocks: $3500;
- Back of the hands: $2500
Want to know more about Autologous Fat Transfer Treatment in Sydney?
Contact Skinnotion now on 02 4655 6638.
A thorough test will be conducted in order to determine whether you are fit enough to undergo an autologous fat transfer procedure. It is important to inform the treating doctor of any medical conditions, medications you are currently taking particularly, blood thinners.
To help with any bruising, swelling or the experience of any discomfort you can use cold compresses. However, most people don’t find the need. If ice is necessary, please take care not to apply the ice directly onto the skin as it can cause the skin to burn. Instead, place the ice or ice-pack inside a damp cloth and apply to the treatment areas for 5-10 minutes a few times daily.
Please refrain from touching any treatment areas with unclean hands, and do not rub or firmly press at the treatment areas. During the first twenty-four hours, you should not expose any treatment areas to extreme heat or cold. Do not touch the area or apply make up. For the first two days you should completely rest. For the two weeks following the treatment avoid any strenuous physical exercises. As prescribed, please take any oral antibiotics and/or apply antibiotic ointment.
FAQsAre there any risks involved?
An autologous fat transfer face and hand may take around 2-3 hours.
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