Facial Fat Grafting Restores Facial Volume
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.