The purpose of lipofilling is to give firmness, roundness and harmonic curves where unsightly vacuum points can form.

We proceed by step

First of all, the surgeon sucks the fat from the donor area, maintaining a low negative pressure to minimise the trauma on the adipocytes and preserve their vitality. A special syringe is filled, then the fat is purified, the syringe is placed with the fat in a centrifuge and is then centrifuged at 3000 rpm for three minutes. Three layers will be formed, the intermediate layer is the one that contains live fat cells that will then be inserted into the area to be treated. Patients who are candidates for this procedure must have as a prerequisite the indication for liposuction for the removal of the necessary adipose tissue. In this way, the dual effect will be to reduce the areas with excess fat and increase the volume of the emptied areas at the same time.

This type of intervention is ideal for:

  • Filling and attenuation of some wrinkles;
  • Increase of facial fullness;
  • Restoration of volume and form;
  • Rejuvenation of hands;
  • Breast augmentation;
  • Lip augmentation;
  • Increase of cheekbones;
  • Treatment of nasolabial wrinkles;
  • Neck rejuvenation;
  • Correction of irregularities after a liposuction;
  • Filling of tissue depression following an injury.


Post-operative recovery

The patient will be made a dressing, not compressive, unlike liposuction and after a couple of days will be able to resume normal activities.