Facial Fat Grafting

Facial Fat Grafting: A surgical procedure that transfers fat cells from one area of the body (usually abdomen or thighs) to another area of the face. This can add volume to areas like sunken cheeks, deep lines, or thin lips, creating a fuller, more youthful appearance.

Pros: Natural-looking results, uses your own tissue, long-lasting volume enhancement.

Cons: Surgical procedure with risks like bleeding, infection, and uneven fat distribution. Requires two surgical sites.

Alternatives: Dermal fillers (injections for temporary volume), facial implants.

Recovery: 1-2 weeks with swelling and bruising.

Disclaimer: Individual results may vary. Consult a board-certified plastic surgeon to discuss candidacy and risks.