Is Fat Transfer The Fabulous Wave Of The Cosmetic Future?

Is Fat Transfer The Fabulous Wave Of The Cosmetic Future?

Let’s be honest. When it comes to looking and feeling your best these days, you have tons of choices in trying to achieve your personal aesthetic goals. Advancements in technology, materials, and techniques have all given way to impressive cosmetic treatments and procedures that can yield amazing results with briefer recovery times.

For some clients, looking naturally younger and more attractive is key, and that is why fat transfer has quickly become a hot beauty trend. It’s about as natural as you can get. Social media has been buzzing about it for some time now, and women and men from around the world have become more interested in treatments for the face and body that look naturally ageless.

What is Fat Transfer?

Fat transfer can be performed for breast, buttock, and facial procedures and allows us excellent sculpting capabilities for a natural look with minimal scarring. Our board-certified plastic surgeon, Dr. Sanjiv Kayastha, of K Plastic Surgery, is highly skilled in the technique, and clients are satisfied with the results that occur from this simple, fast, customized treatment of injections.For instance, fat transfer is appealing to many because there are no synthetic materials involved. Hyaluronic acid is a popular dermal filler, but it is a synthetic gel serum. Breast implants are also comprised of an artificial substance.

How is Fat Transfer Done?

With fat transfer we use fat obtained from another area of your body as in the belly or thighs. This first phase of the procedure is called liposuction.During the second phase, this fat that is spun in a centrifuge is transferred via injections to the breasts or buttocks to enhance their appearance. This can add symmetry to an uneven bosom or create a natural-looking lift or fullness. The result is natural-looking and natural-feeling compared to a breast implant of saline or silicone. It is very beneficial for the patients because there is no risk of allergies, infections, or rejection. This is because you are using a natural substance from your own body.In addition, this treatment has become popular in restoring lost volume to thin facial contours due to aging and sun damage and offers a subtle lift and firmness to the face.

Recovery from Fat Transfer

When it comes to fat transfer, the downtime is also minimal. Redness, bruising, and swelling at the injected sites are common. Still, early wound inspection is performed to ensure that the client is recovering properly. At the six-month mark, the injected fat cells should be settled and expected to last for years to come.

Here at K Plastic Surgery, we believe that fat transfer will continue to offer clients another effective approach to aesthetic treatments. Today’s contemporary cosmetic treatments present exciting refinements for women and men. Visiting reputable centers with board-certified qualifications really matter, and our Dr. Sanjiv Kayastha is a highly regarded plastic surgeon in the country. He goes above and beyond to ensure that his patients are comfortable and well informed about the procedure they have chosen.

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Dr. Kayastha is a board certified plastic surgeon who serves Albany, NY and the entire Capital Region. Dr. Kayastha completed his undergraduate studies at Cornell University and graduated with distinction in all subjects. He then attended medical school at SUNY Buffalo. During his time in Buffalo he also completed a fellowship in surgical pathology at Roswell Park. Following medical school Dr. Kayastha gained a much sought after position in the Michigan State-Grand Rapids integrated plastic surgery residency. After finishing residency training Dr. Kayastha completed a one year fellowship in hand and microsurgery at the Buncke Clinic in San Francisco. To round out his training before starting private practice Dr. Kayastha spent an additional 6 months learning from some of the best cosmetic surgeons in San Francisco. Dr. Kayastha is Board Certified in Plastic Surgery by the American Board of Plastic Surgery.