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Nano-fat Injections

by Dr. Ramtin Kassir, M.D., F.A.C.S.

Dec. 20, 2018, 1:03 p.m.

Nanofat  Injections

 

If your searching for the fountain of youth or wish you can just freeze time…no magical garden or spell can reverse the signs of aging. As aging progresses, our skin structure diminishes. But, look no further thanks to an effective way to improve your appearance

By reconstructing volume to your shallow and wrinkled skin. If you are searching for a safe, natural and minimally invasive procedure for facial rejuvenation, we have good news for you.

 

 

What is Nanofat?

Nanofat is emulisified (liquid) and filtered fat. The fat cells have been blended and filtered out and what remains is liquid that contains a generous amount of stem cells.

 

 

How does Nanofat injection work?

First a fat graft has to be taken from a part of your body, a very popular area is the buttocks, stomach or upper thighs. Then, this fat will be washed with saline, filtered and injected ostensibly into the skin with multiple injections all over the area that needs to be treated.

 

What are the advantages of Nanofat?

  1. A long- lasting effect
  2. Completely natural
  3. Minimal discomfort
  4. Speedy Recovery – results improve over a few months
  5. Minimally invasive
  6. Small scars at the donor site

 

 

Am I a good candidate for Nano Fat Grafting / Injections?

You may be a good candidate for Nanofat grafting if you notice the signs of aging which include:

1.Wrinkles

2. Fine Lines

3. Dark circles around the eyes.

4. Sunken appearance under the eyes.

5. Scars including surgical and due to injuries.

 

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