After child birth, it takes time for the soft tissues to settle back to a baseline postpartum state. Every woman is different. Some women have more elasticity to their skin and muscle fascia – and “bounce back” closer to their pre-pregnancy form. Other women have less elasticity to the skin, and develop various amounts of … Continue reading As a new mother, how long should I wait to have surgery?
The survival of a fat graft after grafting any area (face, buttock, breast, etc) depends on surgical technique, adequate blood supply, postoperative care, nutrition and overall health of the patient. Fat harvested or injected under excess pressure is thought to disrupt cell membranes and kill the fat cells. Poor, rapid, hurried techniques to harvest, process, and … Continue reading What are the factors involved in fat grafting?