Will fat grafting be enough for the Banana Roll where all fat was removed with liposuction? (Photo)
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Fat Grafting and Banana Roll
The "banana roll" may be improved with fat grafting in order to treat the sagging caused by liposuction. The indents will be difficult to correct completely and may require more than one treatment. Skin tightening modalities may also be indicated. It is critical to avoid the areas that are not amenable to liposuction in order to avoid such deformities. Please consult with an experienced Plastic Surgeon who is able to offer you the best results in fat grafting.
Dr. Pedy Ganchi Village Plastic Surgery
Banana Roll Resolution--VASER HI DEF, ThermiRF, fat grafting
I'm not sure when you had your procedure. A hi definition 4D contouring revision with ThermiRF, ultrasound and fat grafting can help give you the shape and fat reduction you are looking for. Excess skin may need to be removed at the same time. I suggest a formal consultation with a body contouring expert. Best, Dr. Emer.
Thank you for posting your question. From your pictures, I believe fat grafting can improve the area. I recommend meeting with an experienced, board certified physician for an in-person consultation to determine the best treatment option for you. Best of luck.
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Improvement in the over-suctioned banana rolls
Yes - fat grafting should help this area significantly.... but may not make it "perfectly perfect". This deflation problem is one of the reasons people should be very careful with (or completely avoid) doing liposuction in the banana roll area.
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