Can Fat Return In The Same Area After Laser Lipo And Fat Transfer?

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At Sereno Santé in San Jose, CA, we use BeautiFill™ technology to remove unwanted fat from one area of the body and transfer it to add more volume and shape in another area. A common question that patients often ask when considering laser liposuction is, "Will the unwanted fat come back in the same area or elsewhere after surgery?" Unfortunately, there is no simple answer to this question, but living a healthy lifestyle afterward will increase your chances of those removed fat cells never regenerating. However, weight gain after a laser lipo fat transfer is still possible so a steady diet of healthy choices and regular exercise is necessary to maintain your fantastic results.

Read on to learn more about this popular body contouring procedure, or contact our office to schedule a consultation with board-certified anesthesiologist Dr. Maia Chakerian and determine if laser lipo fat transfer surgery is the right option for you.

Why is laser lipo fat transfer surgery so popular?

At Sereno Santé, we offer this revolutionary body contouring treatment to our patients in San Jose, CA. Both women and men can reduce pockets of unwanted fat resistant to diet and exercise to enhance another part of their body for long-lasting, natural-looking results. Board-certified anesthesiologist Dr. Maia Chakerian and her experienced team offer the innovative technology of BeautiFill to extract, harvest, and prepare high-quality fat cells for injection into another area of the body to achieve a patient's aesthetic goals. Have you been wondering, "Who offers laser liposuction near me?" The talented team at Sereno Santé does so you can have the body you have always desired.

How does a laser lipo fat transfer work?

Is the downtime associated with traditional liposuction holding you back? Are you looking to eliminate unwanted fat but want to utilize it in another area, like your breasts or buttocks? A laser lipo fat transfer may be the answer you need. At Sereno Santé, this outpatient procedure is performed with a local anesthetic. Dr. Chakerian will make small incisions in the donor area to insert a cannula equipped with a laser fiber that liquefies targeted, unwanted fat and readies it for extraction. Using BeautiFill technology, the harvested fat will be processed and purified before it is transferred into the injection site. Laser lipo fat transfer surgery is a popular body contouring procedure that can be used on large or small areas, including:

  • Buttocks
  • Hips
  • Abdomen
  • Thighs
  • Chest or breast area
  • Neck
  • Lips
  • Upper arms

Liposuction and fat transfer recovery

One of the primary benefits of laser lipo fat transfer surgery is it requires less downtime than traditional liposuction. Patients also generally experience less redness, bruising, and swelling during their laser liposuction and fat transfer recovery. If your transfer area is more significant, like the breasts or buttocks, it may require more downtime while smaller augmented areas, like the chin or lips, are less. Dr. Chakerian will monitor your progress and clear you for any activities, like getting back to exercising or working, at a follow-up appointment. It also provides excellent, long-term results. While some of the transferred fat will naturally be absorbed by the body during the first few weeks, the surviving tissue cells will continue to thrive. Dr. Chakerian will recommend staying within 5 – 10 pounds of your ideal body weight after fat removal surgery to enjoy long-term results.

Not only does this body contouring procedure provide excellent long-term results, but the recovery process is quicker than traditional liposuction. Laser lipo fat transfer surgery at Sereno Santé allows men and women to relocate unwanted fat to other areas of the body to enhance their profile and have the silhouette they've always desired. To learn more about a laser lipo fat transfer procedure in San Jose, CA, contact Sereno Santé and schedule a consultation with board-certified anesthesiologist Dr. Maia Chakerian today.

* All information subject to change. Images may contain models. Individual results are not guaranteed and may vary.