Nanofat Skin Rejuvenation Therapy for Facial, Neck and Skin Rejuvenation

Plastic Surgeon Serving Orlando, Winter Park and Nearby Areas of Central Florida

Nanofat Skin Rejuvenation Therapy is the latest advancement in the use of your own fat to restore a more youthful appearance. Dr. Hartog and other plastic surgeons who routinely perform fat transfer procedures, have observed for years how fat placed under the skin can improve the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, improve the texture and color of the skin, and even help scars improve or disappear. Now using the Nanofat procedure the fat can be placed as a very thin liquid layer directly under the skin for an even better rejuvenation effect.

There is increasing scientific evidence* (see study below) that it is the stem and regenerative cells in fat that are responsible for the skin rejuvenation that we observe. Using Nanofat we can place these cells directly under the skin for maximum effect. 

Nanofat therapy can be used in combination with traditional fat grafting that is placed deeper for more of a volume enhancement effect in addition to the skin rejuvenation benefits.

In the face and neck Nanofat therapy can be be used to improve the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, neck lines, sun damage effects and even dark circles under the eyes. Nanofat therapy can be used to help improve the appearance of acne scars and other facial scars. Excellent results have been seen in the quality of the skin in the decolletage area as well. Nanofat therapy can also be used in combination with laser resurfacing, DOT therapy, and chemical peels for maximum skin rejuvenation effects.

Nanofat can be used in any part of the body to help rejuvenate the appearance of the overlying skin. At the Bougainvillea Clinique we can store your own fat from any liposuction procedure in our LiquidGold® Lipobank for Nanofat Therapy at any time in the future.

For more information on this remarkeable new innovation in facial and skin rejuvenation, call or email us today.

 2013 Oct;132(4):1017-26. doi: 10.1097/PRS.0b013e31829fe1b0.

Nanofat grafting: basic research and clinical applications.