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Fat Transfer

What Is Fat Transfer?

Have you ever noticed that when you finally get down to your target weight, certain areas are less tone than you wish they were? We can help re-sculpt your body through the use of a fat transfer procedure. Not only can we remove unwanted fatty tissue through liposuction, but we can redeposit it to more wanted areas. This is exactly what fat transfer refers to, the redistribution of fat from one area of the body to another.

Where Can I Have Fat Transferred To?

You can have fat transferred anywhere you desire. Much like a sculptor creates a masterpiece, sometimes material is taken away or added back. With today’s Advanced Medical Technology, we can safely contour your body to the shape you have always desired.

Two of the most common types of fat transfer:

  • Breast Enhancement
  • Brazilian Butt Lift

Is There Recovery Time?

With any medical procedure there is a recovery time that you should be aware of. At first there is swelling and bruising which is very common after any fat transfer procedure. Depending on your age and the procedure, recovery time can usually take between 10-21 days. Consult your physician for a better timeline based on age & procedure area.

Consultation

Your first visit will be a consultation, to discuss your options and develop a plan that will work for you. Even better... the cost of your consult will later be applied to your treatment balance. Which will be scheduled within two weeks.

Is It Permanent?

Yes, when fat is transferred your body will accept it and make it whole again during the healing phase. It is extremely important to wear your compression garment to make this happen. Just like any fat in your body though, it will go away in a calorically deficient environment. The best candidates are those who have a stable weight range.

Recovery Time

It may take up to 4-6 weeks for all bruising and swelling to subside, but often times is less everyone is different. You will be unable to go swimming, sit in hot tubs, etc., for 2-4 weeks, and you will be required to wear a compression garment for four weeks. Read More...