Structural fat grafts: the ideal filler?

  title={Structural fat grafts: the ideal filler?},
  author={Sydney R. Coleman},
  journal={Clinics in plastic surgery},
  volume={28 1},
In the search for injectable subcutaneous fillers, fat harvested, transferred, and placed in the manner previously described has most of the characteristics of an ideal filler. It is biocompatible, versatile, stable, long-lasting, and natural-appearing. The key to successful fat grafting lies in the technique. Harvesting, refinement, and transfer of subcutaneous tissue to provide pure, intact parcels of fat are essential for successful fat grafting. The surgeon also must infiltrate the refined… CONTINUE READING
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