This technique is in fact a micro-grafting of fat:
This means that the fat must be revascularized by the environment receiving it.
Lipofilling involves collecting fatty tissues from the patient (thighs, stomach, hips, etc. depending on the case) and implanting them, in the form of micro-droplets (NANO-LIPOFILLING), seamlessly using very thin cannulas, in the parts which have a volume defect, whether it be localized (low-cut) or general.
A microskin graft is then performed (skin graft):
The host tissues need to revascularise the fat that has been implanted.
The risk of occurrence of a fatty cyst or fat necrosis (rejected graft) is low because today’s fat grafting processes mean that seamless reinjections are possible.