Fat Grafting



Want Fuller Face, Larger Breasts, Firmer Buttocks, and More Curves to Your Body?

FAT GRAFTING

Fat grafting uses injections of your own fat to enhances and restores volume for select facial and body areas, while simultaneously sculpting the areas of fat harvesting.


Completely autologous, natural, and living
Generally abundance of source of fat in most people
Long lasting
Simultaneous body sculpting


1. Facial volume restoration and shaping
2. Breast augmentation
3. Buttock augmentation
4. Body contouring
5. Hand rejuvenation
6. Skin quality improvement
7. Autologous stem cell sourcing


1. Patients with realistic expectation
2. Patients in good, healthy conditions
3. Adequate fat for harvesting in case of fat grafting
4. Stable weight without frequent or excess weight gain or loss


1. Patients with unrealistic expectations
2. Patients with low blood sugar, dehydration, acute disease, autoimmune disorder, blood disorder, cancer, or on bleeding thinning medications.


Fat Grafting

In individuals with adequate fat for harvesting, fat grafting is achieved from fatgrafting. Sculpted areas of excess fat may include the jowls, face, abdomen, flanks, back, the tail bone, thighs, and many other sites. The harvested fat can then processed and injected in layered fashion into the specified area. Additional sessions may be required.

Generally, several sessions are required.

The treatment takes about one hour in an outpatient clinic setting.

Local or general anesthesia is used.


  1. Fuller Face
  2. Larger Breasts
  3. Firmer Buttocks
  4. More Curves to Your Body


The results will be seen instantly as well as gradually in weeks. After the swelling subsides with few days, the results will look more and more natural.


Results vary from six months to years. Duration of effect is similar regardless of sessions of treatments, but the magnitude of change will be determined by the number of sessions.

Additional maintenance is required.
Healthy eating and exercise are helpful to enhance results.
Further treatment may be recommended for further results.

Recovery lasts one weekend, with most people returning to work and activities thereafter.
Temporary swelling, soreness, and mild bruising are expected.
Prescription pain medications may be needed.

Cost of treatment options ranges from three to five digits. An in-person consultation with your specialist physician will help to determine the best suitable solution to your own individual needs.