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Fat transfer to face and breast to achieve a softer look, add volume while rejuvenating the skin

Does fat hold the secret for eternal youth?

Did you know that your fat tissue has a lot of good properties?

In fact, it is packed with stem cells and growth factors which help to regenerate the skin, increasing blood supply and bringing oxygen to the tissue.

Fat can also counteract the effects of aging by firming and lifting the skin.

When stem cells from fat are injected into the tissue damaged by radiation or sunlight, they have the effect of improving the texture of the skin while remodeling old scars.

Stem cells are responsible for the production of collagen and elastin therefore have the effect of helping rejuvenate the skin.

Fat replenishes volume lost by the aging process or hormonal imbalance with the effect of plumping the contour of the face, softening deep lines and wrinkles.
Fat is also traditionally used in order to increase the size of the breast up to one cup or to enhance its shape and cleavage.

The fat is harvested by liposuction performed at the level of the flank or abdomen.
The fat is minimally processed and ultimately injected with great precision and expertise by Dr. Cagnes.

Complete recovery time consists of two weeks of decreased physical activity.

The procedure is called “fat transfer” and it is now available at Sorgente Med Spa.

Take advantage of this special event for the upcoming spring!

Call to schedule a consultation with Dr. Cagnes at: 508 418 6026.

Dr. Lucia Cagnes Dr. Cagnes is a double certified Ob/ Gyn doctor in Europe as well as in the USA. She has been in practice in the US for more than 23 years.

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