The area was over filled, has not dissipated and looks very distorted.
Five Years Ago I Had Fat Grafts to Fill Under Eye Area. Can It Be Removed?
Doctor Answers 4
Can fat grafts around eyes be removed 5 years later?
Fat grafts, once healed, become integral with the surrounding tissue. If the fat was properly applied, it will only be many small globules with muscle and fat around them. These are nearly impossible to remove without creating new distortions. However, if the fat is in larger lumps, these may be able to be removed through limited micro-aspirations. I would suggest you find a skilled and experienced surgeon in your area who is willing to tackle what will be a difficult and challenging case. Hope that helps.
Fat grafts vs Restylane to the tear troughs
It is very difficult to remove fat excess from grafts in the lower lids without damaging vital structures or causing contour deformities. That is why I personally only use Restylane for the tear troughs.
Fat graft to the tear trough and eye lid
fat graft to the tear trough and eyelid areas are very difficult to remove. the fat can be in different levels, including intramuscular.
Surgical removal can be attempted but can creat more problems.
Only in severe deformities surgery should be attempted. Trying to remove from the muscle can destroy the muscle, which is not good.
Choose a BOARD CERTIFIED PLASTIC SURGEON(AMERICAN BOARD OF PLASTIC SURGERY).and discuss your options, risks and complications.
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