Fat Grafting Surgery
Fat Grafting Surgery

Fat Grafting Surgery

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Are you craving fuller, more luscious lips? If you are, you're not alone. In today's society, fuller lips are often seen as a sign of beauty and youth. And, thanks to advances in technology, there are now more options than ever before when it comes to achieving the perfect pout.

One of the most popular options is fat grafting surgery, also known as a fat transfer to the lips or lip augmentation. The procedure restores volume to the lips, giving them a fuller, more youthful appearance.

If you're considering fat grafting surgery to achieve fuller lips, here's everything you need to know, from the treatment techniques to the recovery period.

Before finalizing the treatment technique, it is important to decide whether you require a permanent or temporary remedy to lip augmentation. Some of the lip augmentation techniques include:

Lip fillers: Lip fillers are a popular temporary augmentation procedure. The fillers are injected into the lips, using a fine needle. The type of filler that is used will depend on your desired results and your budget.

Fat grafting: Fat grafting is a permanent lip augmentation procedure that involves taking fat from another area of your body, such as your thighs or buttocks, and injecting it into your lips. The fat is usually taken from the patient's own body, which reduces the risk of rejection. The results of fat grafting are usually permanent.

Lip implants: Lip implants are another option for those looking for a more permanent solution to fuller lips. Lip implants are made of silicone and are inserted into the lips through incisions in the corners of the mouth. The results of lip implants are also permanent.

Treatments

Lift augmentation with fat grafting is a minimally invasive procedure that can be performed under local anaesthesia. During fat transfer for lip augmentation, fat is harvested from the patient's thighs or abdomen using a small needle. The procedure may involve liposuction to remove the fat. Once the fat has been harvested, it is purified and then injected into the lips using a syringe. The fat is injected in small amounts until the desired volume is achieved. The procedure usually takes about one to two hours to complete.

The fat augmented lip remains plump and natural-looking for about five years or more. The duration of the results depends on how much fat is injected and the patient's metabolism. Fat grafting is a safe and effective way to achieve long-lasting results. 

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