|Minimum Order Quantity||1 Set|
|Filter Medium Material||Stainless steel nano fat transfer set|
|Pore Size||1.2 mm, 1.4 mm, 2.4 mm, 3.0 mm|
|Brand||O.P CHADDA (INDIA)|
|Is It Sterilized||Non Sterilized|
This reusable closed system helps size adipose tissue so that it is injectable with 27g and 30g needles. Chadda Surgicals NanoTransfer – taking fat transfer to the smallest level.
• 1 each Reusable NanoTransfer
• 1 each NanoTransfer Cartridges
• 1 each Anaerobic Transfer 1.2mm
• 1 each Anaerobic Transfer 1.4mm
• 1 each Anaerobic Transfer 2.4mm
• 1 each Anaerobic Transfer 3.0mm
• 1 each Washer for NanoTransfer
Autologous Fat Grafting For Facial Rejuvenation
Fat grafting is a technique where the harvested adipose tissue is injected into various compartments underneath the skin. The term autologous fat grafting refers to the procedure where the source of fat is the same person on whom it is to be used. For many years this technique has been used for a variety of different purposes. This activity reviews the utility of this procedure for facial rejuvenation. This activity outlines autologous fat grafting for facial rejuvenation and highlights the role of the interprofessional team in managing and improving care for patients who undergo autologous fat grafting for facial rejuvenation.
Identify the indications and contraindications of autologous fat grafting for facial rejuvenation.
Describe the equipment, personnel, preparation, and technique in regards to autologous fat grafting for facial rejuvenation.
Review the potential complications of autologous fat grafting for facial rejuvenation.
Outline interprofessional team strategies for improving care coordination and communication to advance autologous fat grafting and improve outcomes.
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Fat grafting is a technique where the harvested adipose tissue is injected into various compartments underneath the skin. The term autologous fat grafting refers to the procedure where the source of fat is the same person on whom it is to be used. For many years this technique has been used for a variety of different purposes. Autologous adipose tissue is considered by many to be an ideal filler material for facial rejuvenation, as it represents one of the most biocompatible dermal fillers with low allergenicity, produces a soft and natural result, and may have semi-permanent to permanent effects. This article is focused on the utility of this procedure for facial rejuvenation.
Anatomy and Physiology
As the human body ages, there are several age-related changes that occur to the face. Gravity causes descent of the facial soft tissues and creates unpleasing folds and shadows (e.g., nasolabial folds, tear troughs, marionette lines, etc.) often associated with an aged appearance. Moreover, patients experience a decrease in facial volume secondary to a combination of dermal thinning, muscular atrophy, fat volume loss, and reduction in girth of bones. While gravity-related changes are traditionally addressed with "lifting" procedures such as facelift, browlift, and neck-lift, to name a few, the loss of facial volume can be addressed with various filler materials (e.g., fat grafting) and has recently gained popularity as an adjunctive target for those who perform facial rejuvenation procedures.
The study of facial anatomy and its structural relationships is necessary for performing this procedure well and limiting the complications.
The harvested fat, often taken from the flank, inner thigh, or abdomen, has to be injected into the selected tissue planes only after careful planning.