Fat can be transferred to various parts of the body to enhance volume, improve contour, or correct defects. Here are some common areas:

  1. Buttocks: Fat transfer to the buttocks, commonly known as a Brazilian Butt Lift (BBL), can enhance the shape and size of the buttocks without the need for implants.
  2. Breasts: Fat grafting can be used for breast augmentation or reconstruction. It provides a natural alternative to implants and can be used to smooth out the contours of the breasts, correct asymmetry, or fill in defects after lumpectomy.
  3. Face: Facial fat grafting can restore volume to areas such as the cheeks, under the eyes, lips, and temples. This can help reduce the appearance of wrinkles and provide a more youthful look.
  4. Hands: Aging can cause the hands to lose volume, making veins, tendons, and bones more visible. Fat transfer can help restore this lost volume and rejuvenate the appearance of hands.

Remember, while fat transfer can provide excellent results in the right candidates, it’s not suitable for everyone. The procedure has limitations and risks, so it’s important to discuss these with your doctor before deciding on surgery.