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Facial Fat Transfer FAQ

Overview | Natural Breast™ | Facial Fat Transfer | Butt Augmentation | Hand Rejuvenation

Introduction | FAQ | Before & After Photos

Who is an ideal candidate for this procedure?

An ideal candidate for this procedure is someone aged 40-70 years old who wants to permanently restore youthful facial contour.

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How is the Rejuveface™ performed?

Dr. Shu performs the Rejuveface™ under a local anesthetic and light sedation. He will do the Vaser Hi Def Liposcupturing procedure to contour face first, and then do standard liposuction in the donor site (usually abdomen, buttock and thigh). Finally he performs the micro-injection with structural fat grafting technique. Small amounts (less than 0.1 cc at a time) of fat are carefully microinjected in a series of discrete layers to gradually build new soft tissue structure and facial contour.

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How long does the procedure usually take?

The 1st part of the procedure, Vaser Hi Def process may take 1 hours. The 2nd part of the procedure, the micro-injection with structural fat grafting process can typically be performed in under 2 hours.

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Will the procedure be painful?

There is typically minimal discomfort and pain for the procedures.

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What is the recovery process like?

There will be some swelling, bruising on face, as well as some soreness. Take the pain medications as needed. It typically takes about two weeks for the swelling and bruising to resolve, although it depends on each individual.

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When the fat is taken from donor sites such as abdomen or buttocks will the skin from the donor sites tighten up or become saggy?

The skin from the donor sites typically tightens up.

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