Fat transfer to the face is a nonsurgical method of rejuvenating your face, making it look younger, fuller, and fresher. There are no scalpels involved, and you’ll have no scars. The process works by injecting stem cells and fat that has been harvested from other areas of your body. Naturally Yours Face Enhancement To The Face restores three-dimensional volume to your face, leaving you with a refreshed, more youthful appearance.
How does Naturally Yours Face Enhancement work?
First, using liposuction, Dr. Mallory will gently harvest fatty tissue from your hips, thighs, or abdomen – wherever you have fat to spare. A centrifuge will purify the fat to remove impurities. Then, the fat will be injected directly into your face where you have had volume loss. Your face will immediately look fuller, and the results will continue to improve in the months following the procedure.
Naturally Yours Face Enhancement via fat transfer is performed as an outpatient procedure under general anesthesia. You’ll recover quickly and be back in tip-top shape in no time. Most patients return to work within 4-5 days, which is weeks faster than with implant surgery.
Pre-Naturally Yours Face Enhancement
Pre-Op is typically scheduled 2 weeks prior to procedure where you are given a medical evaluation, procedure paperwork and consents, and fitting for your garments. 24 hours prior and day of treatment it is recommended that you eat a healthy meal and stay well hydrated. We do recommend that you stop any non-prescribed blood thinners and fish oil prior to your treatment, as this may cause unnecessary bruising. For clients that are concerned about bruising, we recommend taking Arnica Montana tablets 5 days prior to your procedure.
Post-Naturally Yours Face Enhancement
For the 4-5 days post procedure rest and take care of yourself. Following your procedure you will have a follow up appointment.
How many Treatments are needed?
Most of your patients find that one treatment is enough for the desired improvement. In some cases clients find that additional treatments may be needed.