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The gluteal lipotransference, which uses the fat extracted from the patient in liposuction, which is then injected into the tail. It is a worldwide trend to perform liposuction associated with gluteal lipotransference.
The gluteal area is a very important body part in men and women. One of the great advantages of the fat injection in the tail, is that it does not need prostheses, implants, and at the same time allows it to give a rounded shape to the tail, and increase the volume to the buttocks, shape the contour of the body, improving the symmetry between the hips and tail, also enhancing the waist.
What is a gluteal augmentation with lipotransference or Brazilian Butt Lift or tail augmentation with fat?
The gluteal Lipoinjection is a technique that offers natural aesthetic results through the fatty tissue of the same patient (male or female). The great advantage of this technique is that it gives volume and shape to the gluteus. The patient is required to have abundant fat to extract. It decreases the risk of rejections, capsules or asymmetries, as it can happen when prostheses are used.
Currently, the technique performed most by César Fernández Plastic and Aesthetic Surgeon is subcutaneous Lipoinjection, since it is very safe, in addition, growth factors are extracted from the same patient and administered with Lipoinjection to improve fat survival. This allows between 60% to 80% of the volume to be integrated. Plastic and Cosmetic Surgeon César Fernández lipoinyecta fat safely between 300 and 600 milliliters.
You can operate all women between 18 to 50 years who generally want to perform a liposuction and take advantage of the fat extracted to lipotransference. They are women who need to recover their body that they had during their youth. There are also those women or men who want buttocks with better volume and bigger,
Its main advantage is that autologous tissue is used, that is, the patient’s own, and no chemicals or silicone implants are incorporated. In addition, Lipoinjection is a technique that should be performed by only plastic surgeons, the pain is short-lived, although its complications are rare, if any one can be fatal. There are few cases described by death due to Lipoinjection almost always due to an unexpected complication. Plastic and Cosmetic Surgeon César Fernández performs an updated technique recommended by all plastic surgeons in a safe gluteal plane.
After a time of 1 month to 6 weeks, the result will be noticed more and you will feel normal.
Adipose tissue contains adipose cells for tissue engineering and regenerative therapies. Adipose tissue, more than a simple organic support, is a complex and dynamic tissue that involves various physiological and pathological processes, it is not only an organ that stores energy, it is also an endocrine organ, which produces hormones such as leptin and adiponectin, that regulate homeostasis. It is composed of adipocytes, ASC, vascular cells, pericytes, fibroblasts, macrophages, lymphocytes and connective tissue. The fat cell is called the adipocyte, it measures between 50 and 150 micrometers and it lives approximately 10 years in the human species. The stem cells derived from the adipose stromal tissue (ASC) are located around the blood vessels, respond to ischemia (lack of blood supply) by releasing the vascular growth factor VCF and differentiate into adipocytes and endothelial cells.
After the fat is injected into the gluteus, the cells undergo the absence of vascular irrigation and are nourished by plasma diffusion of the gluteal tissue for a few days until revascularization. This causes the death of many fat cells in the first 24 hours and the release of multiple factors from both the dead tissue and the recipient tissue. The tissue infiltrates inflammatory cells and, after 72 hours, the cells derived from adipose tissue are activated and try to repair the lesion by ischemia. The limit between the regeneration zone and the necrosis zone occurs between 2 and 4 weeks. Therefore, the graft can maintain its shape and volume in the first 4 weeks, although the necrosis still exists. The regeneration is completely complete after 3 months.