Autologous facial fat transfer

01 August 2015

Dear Dr,

I'm a 31 y/o male who has lost a lot of volume in my face.

I'll be living in Budapest as of September, and look for a surgeon to perform either hyaluronic or i heard about autologous facial fat transfer too and i am more interested in it.
Do you perform both procedure? If yes, how do you perform it? Do you have pictures of patients 3/6 months postop? What is the different?
Thanks in advance for your answer. Christine


Dear Christine,

Both methods – hyaluronic acid and fat grafting – are used for volume restoration. Hyaluronic acid treatment does not require an operation, but it’s results last for about a year, and the treatment is more expensive, then fat grafting. Fat grafting has better, and longer lasting results, though it involves an operation.
You are interested in fat grafting, then let’s put aside all other information, and focus on your chosen procedure.
Microstructural fat grafting if grafted properly stays in the body forever.
It is certainly possible to harvest fat from abdomen, thighs and other body parts. We have high take rate with our methods. Of course anytime it can happen that it might be neccesary to take two rounds, it depends on the usage of the way we harvest and autotrasplant fat, and your biological response. In human medicine there is no guarantee for a specific result, but there is a guarantee that every effort is done to provide the best result
Please see some information concerning fat grafting below:
I hope everything is clear.
Waiting for your feedback, shell we schedule your consultation?
Best regards


Assistant to Dr. Greg Pataki

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