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Facial Fat Transfer to Marionette Lines
- posted 3 years ago
- updated 3 years ago
- Worth It
- Cost: $600
- La Jolla, CA
I had facial fat transfer to the marionette lines...
- 7 Jan 2010
I had facial fat transfer to the marionette lines on my face about two months ago. So far the results look good. As the swelling subsided there ended up being a large bulge on the bottom of my left cheek in the lower jaw area the size of a quarter and a blob on the inside of my mouth on the bottom gum. The area noticeably bulged out and the result was quite shocking.
I gently massaged the fat blob on my gum a few times a day. The bulge along my jaw was accessible on both sides of my cheek so I gently use my thumb and forefinger and massaged it on the outside and inside of my cheek/mouth. I did this a few times a day for only about five minutes each time. I felt a small tight knot break up during the process but could feel it was not part of the major fat graft in the marionette lines.
Several weeks have passed and the result is as I desired and there is no asymmetry. I don’t think it found another blood supply and my face looks the same as it did only fuller and more youthful.
My treatment experience was positve. I was extrememely reluctant given the things I have read and actually seen with my own eyes from friends and family who have had the procedure. The bruising lasted a lot longer than I thought it would and the swelling really takes a long time before the final result is apparent.I was wondering where the fat went that I broke up. I do not just mean the small amount of fat I manipulated but the fat in a fat transfer when it is broken up and not removed by any other means. I hear that it is absorbed by the body but what does that mean? Where did it go or attach? Thank you.
My Doctor: name not provided
My doctor was able to attain the result we strived for with no complications or disappointment.