Buccal Fat Absorption is a cosmetic plastic surgery technique for removing highly prominent facial fats, by the selective elimination of buccal fat-fat tissue from under the skin. Although buccal fat removal offers a permanent solution to reducing large facial fats, this type of plastic surgery involves a significant risk of side effects. This procedure requires removal of buccal fat from under the skin using a specialised instrument. The instrument used in this procedure is retractable and has small rotating parts that pull out fat layers and burn them away. A small incision is made in the neck above the hairline.
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It is important to remember that buccal fat removal can only be safely done if the surgeon has a clear understanding of how much fat needs to be removed and if the patient is compatible with the risks involved during the procedure. It is also necessary to discuss the cosmetic results and risks with your surgeon before deciding on undergoing the procedure. Your surgeon might suggest that you avoid certain foods after the treatment, in order to reduce your exposure to food enzymes that might break down your hyaluronic acid. As part of post-surgical care, your doctor might advise you to avoid sun exposure and use sunscreen to protect your face and body from ultraviolet radiation. Your surgeon will also advise you to stop smoking as this can lead to increased exposure to nicotine, which also breaks down hyaluronic acid.
After buccal fat removal surgery, you might find yourself in a situation where you cannot eat or drink. This is because the buccal fat that has been removed from your cheeks will have a negative effect on your digestion. If you feel uncomfortable or unable to manage your recovery properly, ask your surgeon about medication to help you during your recovery period. If your doctor thinks that the surgery was a successful, he may give you an injection of anti-inflammatory or analgesics to relieve your pain, swelling, and discomfort.