RECLAIM YOUR CONFIDENCE: Fat Transfer by Liposuction at Victoria House Clinic

Our bodies change. Age, weight fluctuations, and genetics can all influence how we look. If there's an area you'd like to subtly enhance to feel more confident, fat transfer by liposuction might be the answer. Traditional cosmetic fillers offer temporary solutions, while fat transfer by liposuction provides a long-lasting, natural way to restore volume and enhance your features. Fat transfer, also known as fat grafting, is a revolutionary technique that utilises your own body's fat tissue to achieve natural-looking volume enhancement.

Here at Victoria House Clinic in Sutton Coldfield, Birmingham, our team of renowned NHS surgeons, Dr. George Filobbos and Dr. Mohamed Maher, are experts in fat transfer, offering a safe and effective way to help you reach your aesthetic goals.

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"At Victoria House Clinic, we understand that beauty is more than skin deep. Fat transfer isn't about chasing unrealistic ideals, but rather about empowering you to celebrate your unique features and achieve a natural look that reflects your inner confidence."
– Mr. Mohamed Maher

What is FAT TRANSFER by LIPOSUCTION?

Fat transfer, also known as fat grafting, is a two-part surgical procedure. It utilizes liposuction to remove unwanted fat from one area of the body and strategically injects it into another area for volume enhancement. This minimally invasive, day-case procedure offers several advantages over traditional fillers:

3 REASONS to Opt for a FAT TRANSFER Procedure

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Natural Results: Fat is your own living tissue, providing a natural look and feel that blends seamlessly with your surrounding features.


Long-lasting: Once the transferred fat grafts establish blood flow in the recipient area, they become permanent, unlike temporary fillers that require repeated injections.


Improved Skin Quality: The transferred fat cells can also stimulate collagen production, potentially improving the overall texture and quality of your skin.

COMMON FAT TRANSFER Procedures at Victoria House Clinic

Victoria House Clinic offers fat transfer for a variety of cosmetic concerns, including:

Facial Fat Transfer: Restore lost volume in the cheeks, temples, under-eye area, and lips, creating a smoother, more youthful appearance.

Chin Augmentation: Enhance your jawline definition and facial balance with a subtle fat transfer to the chin.

Hip Enhancement: Subtly increase hip volume for a more balanced and hourglass figure.

Our client had fat taken from her abdomen to giver her a stronger chin and more balanced profile.

"Fat transfer by liposuction offers a transformative approach to cosmetic enhancement," says Mr. George Filobbos. "By using your own body's fat tissue, we can achieve natural-looking results that not only improve your appearance but can also boost your confidence. At Victoria House Clinic, we prioritise a personalised approach, carefully considering your unique goals and anatomy to create a customised treatment plan." - Mr. George Filobbos

FAT TRANSFER FAQs: Addressing Your Concerns

Here are some of the most frequently asked questions about fat transfer:

How long does fat transfer last?

Fat transfer results are considered long-lasting, with a success rate of transferred fat cells ranging from 50-80%. However, factors like weight fluctuations  can influence the longevity of the results.

What are the disadvantages of fat transfer?

Like any surgical procedure, fat transfer carries potential risks such as infection, bruising, and swelling. However, at our CQC registered clinic, we make every effort to offer you the safest environment and minimise such risks, we also pride ourselves with post-operative care and follow ups to ensure your safety and well-being at every step of your journey with us.

Does fat transfer last if you lose weight?

While significant weight loss can affect the volume of transferred fat, it generally maintains its shape better compared to surrounding tissues.

Does a fat transfer get hard?

Fat transfer should not result in hardened lumps. However, temporary firmness can occur during the healing process.

Can fat transfer be done without liposuction?

In some cases, with minimal fat removal needed, a small amount of fat can be harvested for transfer through a syringe instead of full liposuction.

How painful is a fat transfer?

Fat transfer is typically performed under local anaesthesia, our experienced cosmetic surgeons will prioritise your comfort. You may experience some soreness after the procedure, which can be managed with medication.

Does fat transfer feel natural?

One of the significant benefits of fat transfer is the natural look and feel it provides. The transferred fat cells integrate with your surrounding tissue, creating a smooth and soft appearance.

How does fat transfer compare to fillers?

Fillers are unfortunately only temporary solutions. Fillers are dissolved by the body within 6 to 12 months, A major advantage of fat transfer is its longevity.

What is the downside to fat transfer?

The main downside of fat transfer is the surgical aspect, including some downtime for recovery. However, compared to implant-based procedures, fat transfer offers a more natural outcome.

How long are you sore after fat grafting?

The level of soreness after fat transfer varies depending on the extent of the procedure. Typically, soreness subsides within 2-4 weeks.

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How much does FAT TRANSFER COST?

Fat Transfer Cost in the UK:  The cost of fat transfer in the UK can vary depending on the complexity of the procedure, at Victoria House Clinic our prices start from £3200.

Whether you’re looking to restore lost volume in your face, enhance your jawline, or add subtle curves to your figure, fat transfer offers a long-lasting, natural solution.

Ready to learn more about how fat transfer can help you rediscover your confidence?

Schedule a consultation with Mr. George Filobbos or Mr. Mohamed Maher today. Our team will discuss your unique goals and concerns, develop a personalised treatment plan, and answer any questions you may have.