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Fat Grafting versus Surgical Facelift
Posted by admin on October 9, 2014, 4:35 am
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 The quest for eternal youth and beauty has been around since the beginning of time. The culture in which we live celebrates youth. There are numerous TV and radio commercials promoting the latest and greatest cream or gadget that promises to turn back the hands of time. Some of these ads promise to make youlook decades younger.

Fifty is the new 30. You are probably very familiar with a very popular that promotes a non-surgical procedure that can be done in the office with very little downtime. The procedure promises to give a lift to your lifestyle. This procedure, along with Botox injections, has become very popular in recent years as a way for many to combat the inevitable aging process that happens to everyone. Surgical Facelift Most of you are familiar with traditional facelift procedures.

Many famous stars prefer to undergo this surgery for facial rejuvenation. A facelift requires the plastic surgeon to make incisions in the face. Once these incisions have been made the surgeon is then able to proceed with the areas that you discussed with him or her on your initial consultation. This procedure can address many areas of concern including sagging, deep lines and wrinkles, fat that has been displaced, etc. This procedure will not stop the signs of aging and does not change your true appearance. In other words, the overall structure of your face will be the same, minus the sagging, lines, fat displacement, etc. Fat Grafting For those who are concerned about having a traditional face lift procedure, fat grafting is certainly a viable option. This is a procedure that restores volume. Through the aging process, the skin loses the plumpness that it had when it was younger. This loss of plumpness causes certain areas of the face, namely around the eyes, jawline, and cheeks, can result in skin that wrinkles and sags. A fat grafting procedure addresses these areas by harvesting fat from another area of the body (abdomen or thighs) and implanting that fat into areas that are losing volume.

This facial rejuvenation procedure, for many, adds light to the face, makes the skin texture smooth, and improves skin tone. Fat Graft Procedure or Face Lift: Which is Right for Me? Depending on your specific needs and your overall health, you and your plastic surgeon will be able to determine whether a fat graft rejuvenation procedure or a traditional surgical lift would be more suitable for you. There are a few things to consider when deciding which technique would work best for you. You should, of course review the cost of both procedures, how much, if any, downtime would be required, how long the results would remain intact before any “touch ups” would be required. Your surgeon will apprise you of any surgical or anesthetic risks that could potentially happen during your procedure. Making the decision to improve your appearance is very important. Not only does a youthful, attractive image make you look better, it can actually make you feel better about yourself overall. You may find that with your new youthful face that you are more encouraged to keep your body fit as well. Another added benefit of having a beautiful face, aside from all of the compliments that you are sure to receive, you will most likely find that your relationships, both professional and personal, to be more fulfilling.

 



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