Fat Transfers

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Fat Transfers Fat transfers rejuvenate one's appearance by erasing wrinkles, restoring youthful facial contours, plumping lips, and smoothing scars, sagginess, and other skin imperfections.

Donor areas for a fat transfer tend to be the hips, abdomen, or even buttocks, and popular fat transfer recipient areas include the cheeks, lips, buttocks, labia, and penis.

Typical Minimum Cost of Fat Transfers (based on national averages):
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Typical Maximum Cost of Fat Transfers (based on national averages):
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National Average Cost of Fat Transfers:
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Time Required for Fat Transfers:
It usually takes about 1 hour to perform fat transfer surgery. Time requirements can vary depending on area, or number of areas, receiving the transfer.
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Is Fat Transfers an InPatient or OutPatient Procedure?
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What are the Side Effects of Fat Transfers?
Fat transfer side effects can include temporary swelling, bruising, and redness. Bruising and swelling tend to be thought of more as side effects of fat transfer donor areas, rather than recipient area.
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How Long do Fat Transfers results last?
Fat transfer results are immediately apparent, and then optimized by follow-up injections. Ultimately, fat transfer results range from very long-lasting to permanent. Several procedures usually means that less overall or frequent follow-ups are needed.
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What is the recovery time for Fat Transfers?
A compression girdle may be worn at the donor area for initial fat transfer recovery

Patients must wait at least 24 hours after surgery before applying makeup

Depending on the area having received the fat transfer, recovery from swelling and bruising may take about 1-7 days.
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Will my insurance company cover Fat Transfers?
Because of the cosmetic nature of fat transfers, insurance does not apply.
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Is there much discomfort for Fat Transfers?
After receiving a fat transfer, pain and discomfort will be extremely minimal - only very slight discomfort may be evident after a fat transfer. Pain killers will easily help control that.
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What types of anesthesia is necessary for Fat Transfers?
The fat transfer anesthesia of choice is usually local with sedation for larger amounts of fat, or simply local for smaller amounts.
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What else can I combine Fat Transfers with?
For enhanced results, fat transfers may be combined with:
Forehead Lift or Brow Lift
Tummy Tuck
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What else is Fat Transfers referred to as?
Fat Grafting. Fat Transplant. Fat Injection. Autologous Fat Transplantation. Micro-Lipoinjection.
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