When it comes to augmenting the face in a manner to make it more even or distinguished, you can opt to go in for an implant augmentation in which a silicon implant will be used and it is not considered to be permanent. Furthermore, the implants have the ability to migrate making the whole procedure worthless. In some regions of the face, the silicon implants can even cause bone deterioration. The recovery time for implants is also a like trivial process in which even the slightest mistake can cause the implant to migrate. Instead of having to deal with all of this, why not just ask for a fat transfer procedure instead.
For a fat transfer type of facial augmentation, the surgeon will simply find a donor location and then using a similar technique to that of liposuction, the donor fat will be removed. This removed donor fat is then placed in a centrifuge as a means of refining it and finally is gets ran through a screen to remove any impurities. Once the surgeon has this pure fat, he or she can then begin to inject it into the region of the face that needs the augmentation.
This injection process is done in thin layers starting behind the muscle groups and then working forward. There is not even really a recovery time unless you count the fat donor area which will be the only place with swelling and bruising.
After this initial fat transfer, you will then be scheduled for several more visits over the next couple of months since the body will naturally absorb about 65% of the transferred fat. The recovery time is relatively short and the results are almost instantaneous which means you will not have any bandages or wrappings to worry about and you can get back to your life quicker.
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