Facial Fat-Grafting

Fat grafting (fat transfer) is a widely used among surgeons as a foremost procedure in rejuvenating the body. Among patients, this minimally invasive surgery has become one of the most sort-out options for youthful facial region. 

Fat-grafting is overall very safe, so people who want to improve the contours of their face tend not to hesitate much about the technique.

Esto-Pro only works with the top surgeons to keep fat-grafting safe and successful.

Facial Fat-Grafting Surgery

During the surgery, the surgeon uses liposuction to remove fat from other parts of the body, process the fat (decant) and inject it into the facial area. The process aims to sculpt the face to match the patient’s goals as much as possible. Around 50-70% of the fat survives the surgery, making the results permanent. 

The first step, liposuction, is usually done under general anaesthesia. But sometimes, it can be performed under local anaesthesia for smaller-scale surgeries. 

The procedure takes an hour on average.


Initially, you will meet the surgeon to discuss your goals, medical history, any supplements you take and the likely results of the surgery. A professional will take photographs from different angles so that you and the surgeon can use the images to determine your options– and purposes of comparison.

Given that you agree on a surgery plan, a doctor will conduct a physical examination to establish if you are healthy enough for surgery. Your health is our number priority, and we are honest with patients who are deemed unsuitable. 

Finally, the surgeon will communicate a detailed preparation, surgery and post-surgery plan. It is imperative to your health and results that you listen to the expertise of the surgeon. Do not hesitate to ask questions.

FAQs About Facial Fat Grafting

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