For the past couple of decades, we've witnessed liposuction surgery take over as a weight loss and fat reduction solution. For many overweight individuals, this is a permanent solution that will remove the excess and unwanted fat deposits from their body, dramatically changing their physical appearance. |
However, simply suctioning out the excess fat is not enough to give you a perfect body. In fact, it can sometimes leave unpleasant results. Quite often, once the excessive fat has been removed, the remaining tissues and fat particles do not leave an even skin surface. In effect, the liposuction may leave a client lumpy and dimpled looking.
The body actually needs a little bit of fat to give it form and have something to hold up your skin. Removing the extra fat is tricky, because it's extremely difficult to leave behind a balanced amount of fat throughout the body to keep a smooth appearance.
Luckily, there is a solution to this problem.
Stem cell fat grafting uses your body's own fat that was removed during the liposuction procedure, to level out and smooth any uneven areas. The grafting may take a few treatments for complete results, but basically, the fat from your body is broken down, leaving the stem cell fat behind. This stem cell fat is then reinserted into strategic areas of the body to plump up any caved in or dimpled areas caused by the liposuction.
All procedures have risks associated with them, and not every client comes out looking perfect. Liposuction has been the victim of more than its share of bad press because of the nature of the procedure to leave uneven skin in its wake. However, if you are considering liposuction surgery, you should talk to your doctor or clinic to find out if they also offer the stem cell fat grafting for correcting any imperfections left by the procedure.
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