Flow of the operation
The patient is put under general anesthesia and does not feel pain.
Through a tiny incision in the skin, a narrow metallic tube is inserted and a liposuction pump is used to suction subcutaneous fat.
Stem cells are obtained from parts of the aspirated fat and mixed with the fat to be re-injected.
The fat mixed with stem cells is transplanted by a special injector for lipo-transplantation, little by little over a wide area in order to prevent it from becoming a lump.
The needle puncture on the skin from the lipoinjection may appear red after the surgery, although it will gradually disappear within one to two months.Mild swelling occurs on the suctioned area or the injected area, although it will dissolve on its own within one month. Pain that is felt when the treated area is touched will disappear within two to four weeks.A burning sensation may be experienced around the suctioned area, although it will disappear within a month.Parts of the injected fat are gradually absorbed into the surrounding tissue, and the absorption will stabilize within three months.