Mandibuloplasty and Fat Grafting

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Changes which occur with age or congenital in nature may be addressed by chin and cheek implants, or fat grafting.

The literature describes the transfer of cells to not only provide volume but rejuvenation properties. Recent improvements in fat harvesting and preparation have resulted in fat grafting being more predictable than in the past. Addition of fat allows the contour changes to be volumized compared to removal alone by liposuction.

Fat grafting can be performed to the facial regions (micro and nano fat). Regions such as temporal hollows, tear troughs, cheeks, jawlines, and deep creases can be addressed by fat grafting.

The fat is usually taken from regions advised by Dr Randle at consultation, prepared, and injected into irregular regions and areas of deficiency. Fat grafting can be performed on its own under local anaesthesia or in combination with procedures such as facelift, brow lift and blepharoplasty.

Wrinkle relaxers and fillers such as hyaluronic acid are additional products which complements many of the surgical procedures.

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