Fat Injection or Suction

What is fat injection or suction?

It is a process through which fat injections are performed that the body fat is redistributed from an aesthetic perspective, where liposuction, extraction and injection of fat are carried out from areas of the body that suffer from topical obesity and accumulation of fat injections, and then re-injected in other areas suffering from thinness and atrophy and to increase the size of the areas in which self-fat injection is transferred.



Swelling and bruising are very common effects after fat transfer either in donor areas or treatment, usually disappear within 2 to 3 weeks, but full recovery takes 3 to 6 months.



The main objective of liposuction is to remove objective obesity from any area of the human body to sculpt textures and improve the external appearance of the human body.


What are the risks and damages of liposuction?

  • Loss of a large amount of blood during the operation, which can cause blood shock.
  • Damage to the body’s internal organs, muscles, nerves, and blood vessels.
  • Collect and retain fluids throughout the body.
  • Bacterial infection.
  • Sagging occurs.
  • Loss of sensation in the skin.

When should I visit a doctor?

Who can resort to liposuction is the person who has reached his ideal weight, or who is approaching the ideal weight as shown by the calculations of the fixed mass and known, and the suction can be performed if the weight gain is a local increase concentrated in one or some areas of the body and not a general increase in weight distributed throughout the body.


How to treat:

The patient must wash the scalp well one day before performing the autologous fat injection procedure. Not to take medications for some anticoagulants, vitamins and aspirin two weeks before the autologous fat injection procedure. Also, alcohol should not be consumed completely, two days before the operation, fats, and rubbing the corresponding area with alcohol and using thin tubes that enter the body through small openings that do not exceed half.



Eat healthy food that contains fiber, especially vegetables, and fresh fruits. Stay away from high-calorie foods, including ready-made foods and soft drinks. Reduce fatty foods that contain sugars. Reduce your intake of rice, pasta, and white bread if you are obese, but if you are thin, eat several meals a day, eat 3 main meals, 2 or 3 snacks between the main meals * Postpone eating liquids until after meal * Eat nuts and dried fruit * Exercise sports that increase muscle mass * Eat cocktails and fruit juices

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