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Transferred fat survival rate depends on not only the surgeon's skills but also the patient's body. Fat re-absorption rate varies between individuals, but on average half of the transferred fat is re-absorbed. The process can take months as the body adjusts to reshape itself. The fat that eventually survives should last for years. Best of luck.
Fat transfer to butt survival rate?
Fat transfer survival depends on not just the technique of the surgeon but the suitability of the patient's donor and injection sites. A good surgeon with a patient who is a good candidate should be in around 75%.
Survival/Fat Transfer/Hips/Butt--Lasting Results with an Expert/Body Jet/Aqua Jet--See an Expert
Successful fat transfer can last 10+ years with minimal need for touch ups. We use water-assisted harvesting of fat (BodyJet/AquaJet) and find it has high levels of success. Don't let distance or cost deter you from using an expert. Best, Dr. Emer
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Fat Transfer and legs and Buttocks
Fat transfer is o me of the best procedures being performed these days. It is technique dependent and surgeon dependent. I have been performing this procedure since 1993 and standby my results. Having trained with Sydney Coleman, the father of the technique, I stand by my results and have long term follow up and great success without overinjecting. I have placed fat all over the body with great success. Good luck in your search in finding a surgeon.