Easy and efficient

Improved fat harvesting and processing

Various techniques of fat harvesting and processing have been developed over the last decades. In particular, harvesting and processing fat cells for autologous fat transfer was often a complicated and time-consuming procedure.

We have learnt from the mistakes our competitors previously made in adipose tissue harvesting, processing and re-injection into the body. Our aim is to harvest, process and re-inject the body’s own fat in the most gentle way in order to achieve predictable, reliable and lasting results.

Gentle fat harvesting

Above all mechanical stress, a high vacuum and the ongoing exposure to anesthetic must be avoided in order to harvest undamaged fat cells.

Using the water-jet assisted liposuction method, micro fat droplets of high quality can be harvested. Likewise, adverse effects caused by exposure of the fat to the tumescent fluid and unnecessary handling are reduced.

Thanks to the gentle power of the water-jet, the fat cells are detached in a gentle way from the tissue structure. The pressure of the fine, fan-shaped water-jet can be adjusted to suit the different connective tissue structures. The small fat cell clusters are selectively flushed out of the subcutaneous tissue and aspirated at the same time – at a clearly lower vacuum level than usual.

Likewise, the small volume of tumescent fluid used during water-jet assisted liposuction has a minimal affect on the tissue so that the fat cells remain much less traumatized. They remain intact, unstressed and as a result vital fat cells can be aspirated.

Gentle processing without centrifugation

During water-jet assisted liposuction the aspirated fat is filtered and collected in a sterile closed system.

The aspirated adipose tissue and the irrigation fluid are immediately separated under vacuum conditions by the physical phenomena of buoyancy and gravity. This makes the need of centrifuge or any other additional treatment of the fat prior to transfer superfluous.

The liquid content of the adipose tissue harvested in this manner is about 20 to 25%. This facilitates the distribution of the grafted fat in the host tissue, for example in the breast or in the face.

Lipo-transfer: direct and efficient

The survival of the grafted fat cells depends on being connected to the blood vessel system as fast as possible. Therefore, only small amounts of fat are injected in thin multiple layers. This ensures that the injected fat will be optimally surrounded and supplied by the blood vessels.

If too many fat cells are grafted, they die before they can be supplied. The gentle water-jet assisted procedure significantly improves the chance of survival of the fat cells after grafting.

The advantages of the water-jet assisted lipo-transfer at a glance