A cosmetic treatment called under-eye fat transfer can help when you have hollowed areas beneath your eyes. This process is a natural alternative to synthetic dermal fillers. During liposuction, your doctor removes fat from the stomach, hips, and thighs by suctioning the extra fat. They remove any impurities before injecting the cells into the skin below your lower eyelids. This under-eye fat (ตัดถุงใต้ตา, which is the term in Thai) transfer technique can make your eyes look brighter and younger.
Who Gets Under-Eye Fat Transfer In The Lower Eyelids?
About 3 million Americans use dermal fillers annually. Fat transfer or another type of dermal filler to the area under the eyes may be desirable if you are interested in the following:
- Make yourself look younger and less tired.
- Reduce the appearance of under-eye bags.
- Eliminate the appearance of dark circles beneath your eyes.
- Fill out the hollows of your cheekbones and eyes.
- Fight the signs of ageing by minimising wrinkles and sagging skin.
- Eliminate wrinkles and creases in the eye area.
Is Under-Fat Transfer Permanent Solution?
The effects of a fat transfer under the eyes may be permanent. You may not get the desired results for up to four months. The grafted fat needs this time to create a new blood supply so it may survive after the first transplant. Your healthcare professional will inject more fat cells than necessary because your body will absorb around half of the transplanted fat. They may suggest a second fat transfer operation if you are unhappy with the first.
What Exactly Occurs During An Under-Eye Fat Transfer Process?
You should expect your under-eye fat transfer to take between 30 and 60 minutes. The surgery may take place in a hospital or ambulatory surgical facility. Someone must drive you if you want to travel home that same day.
To perform an under-eye fat transfer, your doctor will:
- You’ll receive intravenous sedation and local anaesthetic to keep you comfortable during liposuction.
- Your surgeon will draw excess fat out of the body using a tiny needle and syringe.
- They will Use centrifugal force to separate contaminants from fat cells.
- Facial skin is sterilised and numbed before any further process
- Tiny quantities of fat are injected into the skin just behind your lower eyelids in a grid pattern using an excellent needle.
- Transferring fat from one area to another. You might feel a squeeze or sting, but the fat transfer shouldn’t be uncomfortable.