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  • Here’s The Difference in Fat Transfer to the Face, Breast, and Buttocks

    Fat transfer also known as fat grafting is a popular for cosmetic procedure for patients who are looking to restore or add volume to their face, breast and buttocks. Board-certified plastic surgeon, Dr. Ashkan Ghavami based in Beverly Hills, CA discusses how he uses fat from other areas to reshape and recontour the body in combination with other procedures based on the patient’s needs and aesthetic goals. 

  • Why Plastic Surgeons are Choosing Fat Grafting vs. Implants

    Fat grafting is growing in popularity. According to statistics from the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, last year there were 18,135 fat grafting procedures to the breast, 18,487 to the buttocks, and 48,059 to the face. Board-certified plastic surgeon, Dr. 

  • Fat or Fiction? Is Microfat Better for Your Face Than Fillers?

    As an aging woman, there are a handful of things I hold grudges against: gravity, collagen and adorable teenagers with their perky boobs and years of dewiness left in their skin. That said, I try to arm myself with the right weapons to fight the first two and I avoid high schools.  

  • Could the FDA Be Taking Away Your Right to a Fuller Derriere?!

    Fat grafting, also known as fat transfer, is one of the fastest growing trends in plastic surgery with close to 85,000 fat transfer procedures to the face, breasts and buttocks performed last year alone, according to statistics from the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery. More than 18,000 fat transfers were performed on the buttocks exclusively, and it’s no surprise since fat grafting is a great way to use your own fat, harvested through liposuction, which is then placed into the buttocks to add volume. But is your ability to pursue fat transfer to the buttocks in jeopardy? 

  • Fat Transfer for Breasts, Buttocks, Calves and Face: Get Curves in all the Right Places

    In a dream world, we don’t have fat pockets, but rather curves exactly where we want them. Well, hold on to your fat ladies, and get ready to live the dream! You can put those demonized “problem areas” to good use with a fat transfer procedure for the breasts, buttocks, calves or face. Yes, that fat you want to disappear can actually be aggregated to plump up lines and wrinkles, as well as other areas lacking robust curves while trimming the areas where it is most unsightly. 

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