Caucasian Woman With Arm Above Head and Under ChinIn years past, the force of gravity was believed to be the primary culprit responsible for facial aging. However, recent studies have shown that the large majority of wrinkling and sagging skin is the product of volume loss around the cheeks. Over time, the loss of fat in the midface, along with higher fat migrating downward, leads to deep wrinkles and folds in our facial skin. For this reason, Dr. Brian Eichenberg offers a natural approach to address this via fat grafting.

Fat grafting for facial rejuvenation addresses the changes mentioned above by suctioning out your own fat cells from fat pockets on the body that contain high volumes of stem cells, purifying it, and then harvesting the quality cells to replace what you lost from the aging process.

To learn more about the benefits of fat grafting, contact our Murrieta office.