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Since the fat from the patient's body, there is no risk of rejection. Because the fat needs to be harvested first, lip augmentation with fat transfer is a two-step procedure that involves liposuction followed by injections.
What cosmetic concerns does a lip augmentation with fat transfer procedure treat?
Who is the ideal candidate for a lip augmentation with fat transfer procedure?
Candidates for lip augmentation using fat transfer will have naturally thin lips or an age-related loss of lip volume.
What is the average recovery associated with a lip augmentation with fat transfer procedure?
Recovery from a lip augmentation with fat grafting requires healing from both the injection site and where the fat was harvested. Healing time will vary based on the extent of the liposuction procedure. Bruising and swelling should be expected to last for fice to 10 days. Most patients are able to go back to work within two days of the procedure and can resume normal activities with one week.
What are the potential side effects of a lip augmentation with fat transfer procedure?
Side effects from lip augmentation with fat transfer may include infection, pain, bruising, asymmetry, prolonged edema, fat necrosis, and fat calcification.
What can someone expect from the results of a lip augmentation with fat transfer procedure?
A lip augmentation with autologen implant will provide immediate results, though the finished product can take three to six months to reveal itself. Over that time, a percentage of the transferred fat is reabsorbed by the body. Once the area settles, results can last anywhere from six to 24 months.
What is the average cost of a lip augmentation with fat transfer procedure?
The cost of a lip augmentation with fat transfer implant ranges from $3,000- to $11,000. The actual cost of the procedure is dependent upon location, plastic surgeon, and length and involvement of the surgery. Remember this is a cosmetic surgery (not a reconstructive surgery), and so it will not be covered by insurance.