Fat grafting, also known as fat transfer, has become increasingly popular in recent years. The procedure transfers fat from areas with excess fat, such as the abdomen or outer thighs, and injects it into areas lacking volume such as the face, breasts or buttocks. The immediate availability of the patient’s own fat, its natural integration into host tissues and its ability to achieve long-term correction makes it a highly sought-after procedure with excellent outcomes.
Alma’s fat grafting procedure is quick and simple allowing you to restore or augment patient tissue volume without having to resort to toxic or artificial fillers.
On-the-Spot Fat Grafting- with High Fat Viability:
Autologous fat transfer for soft tissue contouring has become increasingly popular in recent years. The immediate availability of the patient’s own fat, its natural integration into host tissues and its permanent correction potential makes it a highly instrumental application.
LipoLife achieves a fat vitality rate of greater than 95%. The procedure is quick and convenient with a fully equipped kit, allowing you to easily restore patient tissue volume.
With LipoLife’s unique lasing technology, fat cells gently undergo lysis to a semi-liquid state, generating two distinct phases: a significant adipose phase with highly viable, small uniform fat cells and a negligible blood phase, with no oil phase present as with mechanical liposuction. The preservation of fat cells with high vitality combined with a filtering mesh allows for quality fat grafting and successful autologous fat injection, with longer-term results.
Now your fat can make you look fab
It’s that dreaded “f” word we all have grown to hate. FAT. Yes, we talk about it, look out for it in what we eat, watch our bodies store it, gain it, lose it, “barely get into our jeans” it. There is no doubt that men and women alike have an irreconcilable relationship with their own body fat. It’s become one of the major sources of concern when it has to do with our health. Moreover, it’s a huge source of conflict, shame, and downright despair when it comes to our appearance.