Both fat grafting and dermal fillers are types of skin rejuvenation techniques. They can be used to remove facial wrinkles, fine lines, deep creases and scars. They can also correct shadowed contours by filling in sunken regions such as the cheeks, temples and under the eyes that are caused by volume loss. Each of these skin imperfections can result from the natural process of aging and cause you to look older. Fat grafting and dermal fillers can improve your facial contours while providing smoother, rejuvenated skin. Furthermore, both procedures provide immediate results. So, what’s the difference between fat grafting and dermal fillers?
While fat grafting and dermal fillers can provide the same results, there are some key differences that may help you decide which procedure is best for you.