Body fat transfer is a cosmetic procedure that removes liposuctioned fat from one area of the body and transfers it to another area. The process has become popular because it can help correct asymmetry in the face or body.  

As people get older, they often have more wrinkles on one side of their face than the other, or one breast may be larger than the other. Body fat transfer can reduce these problems by transferring extra adipose tissue to an area where there is less.

It also helps with cases where you are not happy with your own natural breasts but do not want implants. Lipoaspiration will remove some weight from your chest to make them appear fuller while transferring that same amount of weight into your abdomen to create a flatter.

This procedure can help restore volume and shape to areas where you are experiencing lipodystrophy or loss of volume due to weight loss or ageing.

How does it work?

Have you ever wondered how body fat transfers from one area to another?  Here’s what happened: The fat cells are stimulated by the high insulin levels in your blood after a meal. This causes the fat cells to release their contents through a process called lipolysis.

Lipase is an enzyme that breaks down the fats into free fatty acids and glycerol, which are then absorbed into your bloodstream before being drawn to other areas of your body where they’re needed more. It’s important for people who want to lose weight or maintain weight loss not just to focus on dieting but also exercise because this will stimulate lipolysis and help burn off some excess calories.

When should you consider body fat transfer?

This procedure can be performed on women who are obese, have lost weight but still want extra curves, or has had too much weight loss over time. Skinny people may also benefit from this surgery if they would like fuller thighs or breasts.

Most patients interested in undergoing this surgery should consult with their physician for an assessment before proceeding so he can help determine if there are any other medical conditions that could make this operation dangerous for them or whether they will need additional procedures done simultaneously.

Pros and Cons of body fat transfer

Transferencia de grasa corporal is a procedure that takes fat from one part of the body and moves it to another. This may be done for cosmetic reasons or to fix an area where there is no more natural liposuction material available.

The pros are that your skin will have a tighter appearance because of increased collagen production, and you will have smoother skin with fewer wrinkles. Cons include possible infection at the site, scarring, unevenness of skin tone in some cases, and high cost.  In order to avoid these cons, patients often opt for injections instead of surgery which can produce similar results with less risk.

 How long will the results last after the procedure?

What are the long-term effects of a body fat transfer? How long will the results last after a body fat transfer? These are just some of the questions that have been asked by people who have undergone this procedure.

Body fat transfers can be used in many different types of procedures, from liposuction to breast augmentation, and these procedures all use varying amounts of donor tissue.

After surgery, there may be noticeable swelling or bruising around the area where donor tissue was transferred. The swelling usually subsides within two weeks, but residual discolouration may persist for up to six months post-surgery.

Before your new skin starts sagging, the length of time depends on many factors, including age, weight loss since surgery (or how much was added), genetics, and lifestyle choices like smoking or drinking alcohol heavily after the surgery.