Care and preparation before fat injection
Fat injection is one of the methods of rejuvenation and volume that is performed alone or with liposuction or other cosmetic surgery.
Information for preparing before fat injection in Iran for you:
- Read about fat injections. For this you can easily find articles and content from the blog and site.
Advantages and applications of fat injection:
1- Volume and removal of wrinkles and sagging skin (under the eyes, neck and chin)
3- Injecting fat from the body itself into some places such as breasts, buttocks and face
4- Low-complication method
5- Very high shelf-life compared to temporary gel injections (of course about 30 to 50 percent of this fat is lost, but the rest are preserved in place and have a high shelf-life)
How many days is the recovery period after fat injection?
This depends on the volume of fat removed and injected. Also, the type of diet, medication and lifestyle is effective, which we will mention below.
The final result of fat injection is 3 to 6 months later.
Who is suitable for fat injection?
The diagnosis depends on your request for a lasting time and your doctor's diagnosis. Also, if the type of action is volumetric, the choice varies between options, and in cases where the main issue is rejuvenation, there are complementary and non-invasive methods that are chosen according to your health and skin condition.
Tips to follow before injecting fat:
- Do not use cigarettes, hookahs and alcohol two months before fat injection
Substances and metabolites from cigarettes and alcohol in the body delay wound healing.
- Do not take anti-clotting drugs (warfarin, aspirin, etc.) at least 10 to 14 days before surgery. If you have a heart problem, be sure to discuss with your doctor and before surgery a heart consultation will be done for you to echo and test the heart function and exercise test if needed.
- Having someone with you to help and bring you home
• Tell your surgeon about your medications, drugs such as isotretinoin (rakuten), NSAID (nonsteroidal anti-inflammatories) drugs such as ibuprofen and gelofen, or steroid drugs such as corticosteroids and immunosuppressive drugs (cancer drugs, etc.)