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Facial Fat Grafting

Facial Fat Grafting Restores Facial Volume

Upload: August 3, 2016

As we age, the volume of fat tissue in the face reduces, resulting in skin and soft tissue descent which contributes to wrinkling.

This is evident in our temple, cheekbones, corners of the mouth, and chin region, creating a gaunt, sunken, and hollowed-out appearance in the face.

In order to re-volumize and replace the lost fat, facial fat transfer, or fat grafting can restore a healthier, fuller face.

This procedure can be done in conjunction with a facelift, or all by itself; it can be performed in the office ambulatory setting avoiding the effects of general anesthesia.


Dr. Mao's skill speaks for itself. Checking through his gallery is all the evidence you need. This does not, however show the kindness, gentleness and enthusiasm of this most competent surgeon. I got exactly what I had hoped for; a more youthful look without any evidence of having "work." Dr. Mao was available from start. . . 

I wanted to thank everyone especially Dr. Johnny Mao for the wonderful treatment I received. I had a surgical procedure done to remove a basal cell cancer on my cheek area. Dr Mao and the entire staff were fantastic. The admission process, the surgery and the results, again, fantastic. I can't say enough about everyone. . .

My experience with Dr. Mao has been nothing but pleasant. My first appointment I meet with him and talked about my options and took pictures. He had done morphed photos to show me what my nose could potentially look like. He was very personable he made sure that I was comfortable during appointments and gave. . .

I will always be grateful to you for your thoughtfulness and consideration, also the wonderful work you have done on my face. Your wonderful bedside manner and keeping in touch with me is comparable to none. Your staff is excellent and your work as a family. You made me comfortable the minute I met you. . .

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