Fat Injections

Also known as fat grafting or fat transfer.

35-35 minutes

12-18 months

12-18 months

lift , define


Fat Injection lipolysis chemically reduces the number of fat cells around the injection site. The chemical, called deoxycholic acid, results in fat cell disruption and death. Currently, it is FDA-approved for treatment of the area underneath the chin to eliminate what is known as a “double chin.” and fat around any chosen area. It’s important to consult with a qualified and experienced plastic surgeon who can assess your individual situation, discuss the potential risks and benefits, and guide you through the fat injection process.


Fat is usually harvested from areas where there is an excess amount, such as the abdomen, thighs, or buttocks.

The harvested fat is then processed to remove any impurities, such as blood, oil, or damaged cells.

Once the fat is purified, it is carefully injected into the target area using a syringe and a thin cannula.

Benefits of Fat Injections:


Since the fat used in injections comes from the patient's own body, it is biocompatible and has a lower risk of rejection or allergic reactions.


Fat injections can simultaneously address areas with excess fat and areas lacking volume, providing a more balanced and harmonious result.


The survival rate of transferred fat varies, but in some cases, a significant portion of the injected fat can permanently integrate with the surrounding tissues, providing long-term results.


Am I a good candidate for fat injections?

Fat injections are generally suitable for individuals who desire volume enhancement or rejuvenation in specific areas and have sufficient fat deposits for harvesting. A consultation with a plastic surgeon can determine if you are a good candidate based on your individual needs and medical history.

How long do fat injections last?

The longevity of fat injections can vary. While some of the transferred fat may permanently integrate with the surrounding tissues, not all of it survives long-term. The surviving fat cells can provide long-lasting results, but individual factors and the specific area treated can affect how much fat is retained over time.

Is fat injection a painful procedure?

The procedure is typically performed under local anesthesia or general anesthesia, depending on the extent of the treatment and patient preference. During the injection itself, patients may feel some pressure or discomfort, but it is generally well-tolerated. After the procedure, there may be some soreness, swelling, or bruising, which can be managed with prescribed medications.

Can I combine fat injections with other procedures?

Fat injections can be combined with other cosmetic procedures to achieve comprehensive results. For example, they are often used in conjunction with facelifts or breast augmentation surgeries. Your plastic surgeon can provide guidance on the suitability of combining procedures based on your specific goals.

I always felt self-conscious about my sunken cheeks and deep wrinkles. After undergoing fat injections, my face looks fuller and more youthful. I love the natural results, and it has given me a significant boost in confidence!

Amna Tariq

I wanted a subtle increase in the size and shape of my breasts, and fat transfer was the perfect solution for me. The procedure was smooth, and my breasts now have a more natural look and feel. I'm thrilled with the results!

Israr Hadi

For years, I struggled with the loss of volume in my hands, which made them look aged. Fat injections transformed my hands! They now appear plumper, and the visibility of veins and tendons has reduced significantly. I feel more confident in showing off my hands.

Zain Zahid