Fat Transfer or Fat Repositioning

Role of fat repositioning or transfer in blepharoplasty

Understanding the Basis of Fat Repositioning



Who should undergo Fat Transfer or Fat Repositioning Procedure?

Individuals or patients with any of the following conditions are suitable candidates for fat transfer or fat repositioning procedure:

Fat repositioning procedure should be undertaken only after proper counselling regarding all possible outcomes of surgery.

How does a Fat Transfer or Fat Repositioning improve outcome in Blepharoplasty?

Fat transfer or Fat Repositioning procedure, particularly the transconjunctival variety, benefits patients in one or more of the following ways:

The bony outline of the eyeball socket is covered up using the periorbital fat to provide a thicker cover to reduce skeletonization or sunkenness thus enhancing the youthful appearance of the periorbital region.

What are the possible advantages and disadvantages of Fat Repositioning?

Summary Fat Transfer or Fat Repositioning Procedure