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Fat Transfer in Krabi

Fat transfer, also known as fat harvesting or lipofilling, is a type of cosmetic surgery to move fat from one part of the body to another. It is used to remove unwanted fat from an area of the body (such as the tummy and the thighs) and that fat is used to smoothen or increase the size of another area. The procedure is mainly used to fill in irregularities in someone’s face, such as around the temples, chin, and eyes. It is also one of the most common methods of lip enhancement. Additionally, it can also be used in butt augmentation, breast augmentation, and to smooth out any irregularities, including irregularities that result from a poorly performed liposuction.

During the procedure, both the donor and recipient sites are given local anesthesia. It consists of two different procedures: liposuction and transfer of fat through injections. Liposuction or extraction of fat is used to suck out small amounts of fat from one part of the body, mainly from the buttocks, thighs, and lower abdomen. Then, the fat is prepared using special equipment to separate it from any blood and other fluids. The last step is injecting the fat using a needle and syringe of different sizes. For breast augmentation, multiple fat injections are applied to the breast.

Depending on the amount of fat that is removed and transferred, fat transfer may take a couple of hours to complete. You can leave the hospital on the same day or you may need to stay for a night in the hospital. In some cases, more than one session is needed until you get your desired result. Plan to stay in Krabi for at least 10-14 days after the procedure. The recovery period can be different from one person to another. In general, you may need to take a couple of weeks off work. The success rate is now higher than it used to be. For breast augmentation, the success rate has increased to 76%.

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