Information about the procedure

Fat transfer in aesthetic surgery is one of the most used systems in recent years. Fat transfer appeals to a wide audience, as the surgery itself is minimally invasive, and the procedure is versatile—it can be used to fill in lost volume in the face, enhance the size and shape the buttocks, or smooth out depressions in the stomach or breasts caused by trauma or previous surgery.

Developed by Doctor B, Cihantimur Fat Transfer System is an innovative technique designed to minimize the potential disadvantages of conventional fat transfer methods and maximize the advantages. The system has two advantages. The first is to boost the volume in the area of intervention by using the patient's fat cells. Secondly, the fat to be transferred is harvested from the regional fat deposits of the patient. With Cihantimur’s patented and award winning fat transfer system, the fat tissue is harvested, purified and enriched with stem cells and transferred to the desired areas in a closed system. The viability of the transferred fat cells with this patented and awarded method is much better compared to other fat transfer methods.

Doctor B has incorporated the following into his system; including the healing effect of the stem cells and prolonged maintenance of the volume in the fat transfer area. Each individual stage of the process is planned and scheduled meticulously for obtaining viable and high quality fat for the transfer as much as possible. The size of the devices, syringes, capsules and cannulas used during this process is developed specially for this technique. The fat is processed and transferred in an airtight environment, and it is centrifuged to refine the stem cell-rich part of the harvested fat tissue.

Doctor B, harvests the patient's fat where there is an undesired amount of fat. Commonly, removed from the abdomen, flanks and thighs, but any area can be a donor site. After processing the collected fat, he transfers it to the desired parts of the body like the face, breasts, vagina, hips, legs, buttocks or hands; where a volume increase is desired.

Ideal candidates for Fat Transfer

Anyone; who desires a natural look and it can be used in many areas including facial wrinkles, loss of form, lip augmentation, breast augmentation, contour editing, leg surgery, Brazilian butt surgery, vaginal aesthetics. Those who have no physical or mental health problems, who has sufficient amount of regional fat for the transfer, and who has realistic expectations, can benefit from Cihantimur Fat Transfer.

There are many advantages of using your own body fat to add volume to a specific area of your body. Your body fat is one of the best tolerated fillers and your body fat is used in this process. It typically results in a more natural appearance compared to synthetic dermal fillers or artificial implants. Furthermore; Doctor B can easily customize the fat transfer technique to meet your individual needs and aesthetic desires, helping you achieve effective outcomes in different parts of your body.

Fat transfer typically does not bring along the disadvantages of implants; which are placed through the large incisions. Fat transfer can be performed through minor incisions. The filler material used for the fat transfer is your own body fat and therefore it is a natural material, reducing the risk of rejection reaction in the body during the volume enhancing process.

In the first weeks following the procedure, the treated area may be painful or swollen. Any discomfort that you experience can be controlled with painkillers. In order to minimize this edema in the areas of intervention and to provide additional support to the tissues in the recovery process, it is very important that you wear compression garments. After the transfer process, incision marks of 2-3 cm will occur in the areas where the fat is either taken or transferred. These incisions required for performing the fat transfer process are quite small and, therefore, no sutures are required to close them. You will have a comfortable healing process.

Yes, fat transfer is usually one of the effective ways of reconstructing breasts after mastectomy or lumpectomy, as a part of the cancer treatment addressing the breast tissue as a whole or partially. It is a good option for suitable candidates, who do not want to have a foreign body, such as a breast implant, in their body. Fat transfer can also be used along with breast implants.

Studies on Cihantimur Fat Transfer have shown that most of the transferred fat will remain permanently unless the patient loses a significant amount of weight. However; one should not ignore aging, causing a loss in the muscle, fat, and bone tissue. In some cases, however, it may be necessary to repeat the procedure to achieve the desired final results.

The recovery time varies from patient to patient; depending on how much fat is removed and transferred, which parts of the body are treated, whether the patient smokes, and what type of lifestyle factors are involved. In general, more complex operations performed on larger areas take longer to recover.

Although some of the postoperative aesthetic results are observed immediately after the procedure, it may usually take three to six months for the edema to resolve and to see the outcomes, especially for patients undergoing significant amounts of fat transfer. Furthermore, the transferred adult stem cells continue to form new fat cells for up to three months at the treatment site. After this time, the surviving fat cells are likely to remain permanently in the treated area.


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