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Cosmetic Surgeon Dr. Richard Buckley Comments on New Cosmetic Procedure Statistics That Show Big Gains in Fat Transfer, Fat Freezing and More


Transferring one’s own fat from one area of the body to another is
among the leading trends in cosmetic medicine, according to 2017
statistics released by the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS).
Other cosmetic options experiencing leaps in popularity in 2017 include
injections, such as Kybella, that target areas, including under the chin,
for fat reduction. And technologies that noninvasively freeze fat,
including CoolSculpting, and tighten skin, such as ThermiTight continue
to show gains, according to ASPS numbers.
“It’s interesting that fat transfer, a procedure we have performed for
years, only recently has grown in popularity,” says Dr. Richard Buckley,
who is medical director of MilfordMD Cosmetic Dermatology Surgery &
Laser Center, in Milford, Penn. “The spark fueling the trend in fat transfer
is its use in body sculpting. We’ve improved our techniques for taking fat
from one place in the body, such as the love handles, and transferring it
to another—perhaps to make the breasts or buttocks larger or to 􀂡ll-in
an aging face or hands. It’s a win-win.”
In fact, using fat grafting, or transfer, to augment the buttocks grew 26
percent from 2015 to 2016 and using fat transferred from another area
to enlarge the breasts grew a whopping 72 percent in popularity. “Fat
transfer often is a great option for women who want their breasts to be
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