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How much would you like to rejuvenate your look, improve the texture and the quality of your skin?

Add volume to the face, softening your contour?

Enhance your décolletage, counteracting the effect of age and gravity?



That’s right!

There is nothing that has a better healing effect in nature than your own fat.

Your fat is very rich in stem cells that are multipotent cells able to transform into any cells of your body depending on their location.

When stem cells are injected into skin they transform into “fibroblasts” which are the cells that produce collagen and elastin.

Collagen and elastin provide building blocks to your skin, rejuvenating it and repairing any sun damage and premature aging due to stress, lack of care, and neglect.

Fat transfer can restore lost volume at the level of the face and body.

It can enhance the breast contour and rejuvenate the skin of the chest.

Fat can be considered a nice alternative to regular breast implants even in women who are affected by breast cancer and who had disruptive surgery on their breast.

The fat needs to be harvested from either the flank or abdominal area with a procedure called “liposuction”.

Liposuction is a safe procedure done in the office setting and under local anesthesia.

The procedure requires minimal down time.

What is Micro fat?

Micro fat is the same original fat that has been processed and “emulsified” in a very natural way to produce very small fat particles that are easy to inject into the skin through a regular needle.

When injected superficially into the skin, micro fat has the power to transform the tissue restoring it back to its natural state while improving skin quality.

Numerous studies have been done using “micro fat” to repair stretch marks, take care of dark circles, tone and firm the skin and reverse the effect of radiation therapy on the skin.

Micro fat can dramatically improve the appearance of scars.

The difference between fillers and fat transfer is the fact that once the fat is injected it stays in the tissue for 10 to 20 years where the fillers will need to be injected every 6 to 18 months depending on the area that was treated.

The fat is rich in stem cells responsible for long lasting changes and an optimal outcome whereas fillers have no cells but are mostly made of hyaluronic acid.


Do you think you might be a good candidate for the procedure?


Do not hesitate to call the office and schedule your appointment.

The first five callers will have a free consultation!

We are really excited to offer you with this great opportunity.



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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