Infographic: What is Facial Fat Grafting?
As facial fat disappears, our face tends to lose its youthful fullness. While it is rare to consider fat loss a bad thing—facial fat loss can result in a deflated and aged appearance. The loss of facial volume can result in sagging skin, sunken eyes, crow’s feet, and nasolabial folds. Fat grafting, also known as autologous fat transfer, uses your body’s own excess fatty deposits to create a more voluminous facial appearance.
- Temples: Smooth lines, wrinkles, and temple furrows
- Under Eyes: Refresh tired eyes and camouflage hollows
- Cheeks: Add fullness and volume to sunken cheeks
- Lips: Restore a plump pout
- Jawline: Contour the chin by countering the effects of loose and hanging skin
What Can Fat Grafting Achieve?
If you find yourself unhappy with the changing contours of your face, a facial fat transfer is as a simple and safe solution. Helping to enhance the face’s natural contours, fat grafting produces soft and natural results—both in look and feel. Not only giving you a more youthful appearance, through liposuction, fat grafting helps to slim and contour the area from which the fat was harvested from.
Facial Fat Grafting at Tulsa Surgical Arts
Slim your figure while rejuvenating your facial appearance—facial fat grafting is much like the proverbial saying, “kill two birds with one stone.” Schedule a consultation with Dr. Cuzalina to learn if fat grafting is for you.