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Fat Grafting in Jaipur at Cosmo-Hair - Causes, Benefits, Procedure & Treatment

Fat Grafting in jaipur

Fat grafting is a process that extracts excess fat cells from one part of the body and then re-implants it where appropriate. For example, a fat graft fills the facial features with the patient’s fat Fat grafting is already referred to as surface fat transfer, autologous fat transfer / transfer, liposculpture, volume recovery, microlipo extraction, and fat injection.

The fat used during fat transfer is removed from the abdomen or thighs and inserted into another region.

The benefit of fat grafting is that even the fat is autologous (it comes from your own body) so that adverse reactions do not occur, unlike when most foreign implants are inserted into the body. Your body naturally embraces the fat you have injected.

Who can get fat grafting treatment, and where?

Fat graft is most frequently performed by Plastic Surgeons since liposuction is the primary component of the operation. Plastic Surgery residents undergo extensive instruction in the quality of treatment for the liposuction procedure and are fluent in the management of complications.

Fat grafting should be done in an approved outpatient surgery center (AAAASF, JCAHO) or a hospital. Accreditation of the facility is critical as it ensures that the facility is inspected at regular intervals to ensure patient safety and best practice.

Where to see a doctor?

  • If you already have facial areas that tend to be wrinkled and sunk
  • If you want more permanent correction than is given by temporary fillers
  • If you want to enhance your body’s contour, check your wounds, fill your body’s depressions, and rejuvenate your hands and face.
  • For use in reconstructive surgery, fill in contour irregularities or conceal obvious signs of breast implants.

If you are looking for fat grafting in Jaipur, please contact the Cosmo-Hair center.

Treatments of fat grafting

The fat grafting process involves three steps:

  • Removal of fat from the liposuction region of the donor.
  • Decanting, centrifuging, and refining fat
  • Reinjection of the filtered fat in the region that needs improvement

In the first step, fat is removed from the donor region by liposuction techniques.

This is best done by manual procedures using thin liposuction cannulas with tiny holes. Laser or ultrasonic liposuction is not used for extraction, because fat cells may be destroyed.

The fat is then extracted by decanting and centrifuging to remove debris, excess fluid, and dead cells from viable fatty adipose cells. The alternative is to wash the fat with a normal saline solution. The fat that is removed is the fat cells that are unable to succeed in the grafting and can also cause problems for the healthy cells.

In the last step, the fat is re-injected via the subcutaneous tissue of the recipient region in tiny droplets. This is to ensure that every fat droplet has a sufficient blood supply so that the fat grafting can survive.

The amount of fat extracted is measured in cc’s and eventually varies depending on the particular case of the patient and the region of the body where the processed fat is injected.

The treatment normally lasts a few hours. You may be able to go home shortly after the operation has been done, or you may need to stay overnight in the hospital.

If a wide area is being treated, the care can need to be done over 2 or more sessions.

You may not experience a lot of discomfort during the operation, but you might have a few days or weeks afterward. You will be given painkillers if you really need them.

The sort of anesthesia used

Fat grafting is done with a wide range of anesthetics. The choice of anesthesia typically depends on the amount of fat extracted from the donor region by liposuction. The extraction of small amounts of fat can easily be tolerated using local anesthetics. However, greater volumes (> 500cc) almost always require the patient to be sedated with IV anesthesia or general anesthesia.

Areas of fat grafting can be done

A description of typical applications for fat grafting and the related volumes of fat injected is as follows:

Face (10cc – 100cc, in total)

Preserves a youthful appearance by applying volume to hollowed-out or wrinkled areas, such as the area under the eye and the nasolabial folds.

Whether you have facial creases, such as humor lines, smile lines, and crow’s feet, fat could be removed from your belly, thighs, and other areas and inserted into your face. Acne marks and regions of the forehead, lips, and buttocks can also be filled in. Your plastic surgeon can also use greased fat to eliminate lines across your nose and mouth, fix skin depressions or indentations, and eliminate wrinkles in your forehead.

Helps to heal the scars

Adds volume to the cheeks to give the impression of higher cheekbones.

Enhances the texture and shape of the skin;

Enhance breast size with one or two cup sizes

If you want a nice boost in breast size, you’re a good candidate for fat grafting to the breast, but your breasts should still have a good figure and a good skin tone. If you have bad skin, sagging breasts, or want a substantial increase in breast size, breast enlargement with fat transfer is not for you. The concern with only utilizing fat for breast enhancement is that huge amounts of fat are supposed to be “taken.”

Breast implants and fat grafting

If your breast form needs to be optimized during the breast implant process, fat grafting could be useful. If you have residual breast abnormalities after breast enlargement with implants, the abnormalities can be filled with fat to produce a smooth contour and an ideal shape.

Breast reconstruction through fat grafting

If you have breast defects after a lumpectomy for breast cancer, fat grafting is a successful way to correct these defects. Fat grafting is an option for complete breast reconstruction following mastectomy; however, to achieve adequate breast volume, this is typically a multi-stage process that involves at least two to four concurrent fat grafting procedures.

Hip (100cc-300cc, per side)

Adds bulk to achieve a more feminine appearance and a better ratio of waist to hip.

Buttocks (200cc-1300cc+ both side )

Makes the buttocks look worse

Increases the size of the buttocks (aka Brazilian butt lift)

Some people who want a fuller, more rounded buttock would opt for a “Brazilian butt raise” that uses a fat transfer to provide a more curved buttock without the use of an implant. Liposuction is widely used both to sculpt the surrounding area and to extract the autologous fat to be injected.

Feet and hands (5-10cc, by extremity)

Help reduce wrinkles and rejuvenates looks

Provides bone foot padding

Fat grafting in your hands is useful for adding thickness, “plumping up” wrinkled areas, protecting the underlying vessels and ligaments, and improving the consistency of your skin over time.

How can I prepare for a fat transfer Treatment?

Your physician will give you thorough preoperative instructions, answer any questions you might want, take an accurate medical history, and perform a physical exam to evaluate your fitness for this procedure.

Your physician may take photos of your procedure.

Irrespective of the type of surgery to be done, hydration is very necessary for a healthy recovery and the best results before and after surgery.

Before your operation, your surgeon will ask you to:

  • Stop smoking at a minimum of six weeks before the operation to prevent slow wound healing and scarring.
  • Stop taking aspirin, nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs: Advil, Motrin, Aleve), and vitamins / homeopathic regimens that can increase bleeding.
  • Irrespective of the type of operation to be done, hydration is very necessary before and after a safe recovery.

Recovery after surgery

After the treatment, you’ll need to arrange for someone to bring you home.

You should start driving again when you can do so without feeling any pain.

The treated areas are likely to be very bruised and swollen for a few weeks. You may want to take a few weeks off work.

This might take up to 6 months for a medical fat transfer to completely take place, as some of the fat injected may have been reabsorbed by the body in the first few months after the operation.

Health risks to be expected

It is normal for a surgical fat transfer to have:

Major bruising and swelling

Provisional numbness

Small scars – they can fade, but they won’t disappear entirely.

Damage of some of the fat from the region injected within the first few months.

Why choose Cosmo-Hair for Fat Grafting in Jaipur

At Cosmo-Hair, we use this effective and comprehension of fat grafting treatment in Jaipur as an approach to improving your appearance. Dr. Buddhi Prakash Sharma has vast experience with all aspects of body contouring and fat reduction. Cosm- Hair Transplant aims to make your journey as stress-free as possible and to offer everything in our power to ensure that you achieve your desired result with exceptional care. The Cosmo-Hair treatment is unlike any other, incorporating holistic cosmetic and anti-aging treatments to enhance overall life.

Conclusion

Fat grafting in Jaipur could be considered a very effective tool to correct post-traumatic craniofacial deformities and enables long-term clinical follow-up. Also, some modern reconstructive procedures with lower morbidity for patients and lower costs for the government can be avoided.