Adipose Autologous Fat Grafting

March 26th, 2019 | Categories: Fat Loss Treatments

“Adipose Autologous Fat Grafting” – now that’s a mouthful indeed! But when you break it down, it’s an easy to understand concept that offers an absolutely superior method of body sculpting.

In this article New York, NY dermatologist Dr. Gary Goldenberg explains what “Adipose Autologous Fat Grafting” is – and why it is such an innovative, effective and affordable treatment to get the body you’ve always wanted.

What Is “Adipose Autologous Fat Grafting”?

Unfortunately, losing volume in the face, breast and other parts of the body is a natural part of the aging process. And, even worse, the loss of volume in some areas is often accompanied by an accumulation of unwanted fat in other areas of the body – such as the belly, or love handles. Sadly, the result is often a misshapen body that we no longer love.

“Fat grafting” is a common reconstructive and aesthetic procedure that removes fat from unwanted areas and uses it to “fill in” other areas that have lost volume. “Autologous” simple means “from the same person”.  And “Adipose” is a medical term for the tissue in the body that produces fat.

So “adipose autologous fat grafting” simple means removing the patient’s own fat cells to “fill in” other areas of his or body. Brilliant, isn’t it?

Why Adipose Autologous Fat Grafting is Genius

Obviously getting rid of unwanted fat is on almost everyone’s to-do list. And there are, indeed, already many methods of removing unwanted fat on the market today – from liposuction surgery, to CoolSculpting (fat freezing) and SculpSure (laser fat melting).

But what sets Adipose Autologous Fat Grafting apart is that the unwanted, extracted fat is then used to sculpt a better body with more pleasing contours – by increasing breast or chest size, rounding out a flat buttocks, or even plumping sagging facial features.

And, the patient’s own adipose tissue actually is the most ideal filler because there’s lots of it, it doesn’t cost anything extra (like synthetic fillers), and its “biocompatible” – meaning it won’t be rejected or cause an allergic reaction, since it is the patient’s own cells.

Additionally, adipose tissue contains one of the largest concentrations of adult stem cells – which means it also has some regenerative properties. So the injection of the adipose fat not only fills the hollows, but offers the added benefit of stimulating production of new cells to rejuvenate the area.

How Adipose Autologous Fat Grafting is Performed

Adipose Autologous Fat Grafting is performed in 3 steps: “harvesting” the fat from an unwanted area; “processing” the fat to eliminate cellular debris, oil and impurities; and then “re-injecting” the purified fat into the areas that need volume.

The fat that is removed does not ever return to that area – and so the fat loss is permanent. And because the re-injected adipose tissue is the patient’s own living cells, the fat become part of the body – making the filler last much longer than artificial or “donated” fillers.

Many different adipose grafting techniques have been tried over the years to improve the process, with some techniques showing better results than others. However, Alma – the leader in aesthetic laser technologies – has just released the most innovative and state-of-the-art fat grafting technology yet.

Alma’s new system, called BeautiFill, uses lasers to detach the adipose fat for removal and transplantation. It is a state-of-the-art “all-in-one” system that enables the doctor to remove, process and reinject the fat rapidly and with ease.

Adipose Autologous Fat Grafting – New York, NY

Dr. Gary Goldenberg is among the very first physicians in New York, and in the entire US, to offer the newly released, cutting edge BeautiFill Adipose Autologous Fat Grafting procedure.

Schedule a consultation today and get the body you’ve always wanted with this safe, rapid and effective body sculpting technology – only at Goldenberg Dermatology in New York, NY.

New York, NY Autologous Fat Grafting: 212-405-8202

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