Cosmetic Surgery
by MedAesthetics

Fat Transfer Perth

Treatment Highlights

• Minimally invasive procedure
• Natural looking results
• High patient satisfaction rate

Cost of Fat Grafting

From $6,500

Note: pricing is for general guideline only and may vary based upon the individual’s clinical requirement.

Welcome to MedAesthetics

Perth’s Award-winning Boutique Cosmetic Clinics.
At MedAesthetics, we offer the entire spectrum of cosmetic and anti-ageing treatments including cosmetic injectables, dermatological lasers and fat reduction treatments.

Fat grafting (also known as ‘fat transfer’) is a cosmetic procedure where a person’s own fat cells are harvested from one part of their body and grafted to another area using small cannulas. The aim is to restore lost volume and enhance any natural contours.

Since 2011, Dr. Jadoon has carried out countless Fat Grafting procedures on the face and other body areas with excellent clinical outcomes.

Fat is a natural dermal filler which is rich in tissue growth factors.

Dr Ehsan Jadoon

Treatment Summary

Patient Suitability

The treatment is suitable for all adults with sound physical and mental health and a healthy lifestyle.
Treatment is not suitable for patients with body dysmorphic traits, emotionally volatile personalities and unrealistic expectations.

Procedure Time

60 to 120 minutes.

Discomfort Level

No discomfort once the treatment area is anaesthetised using local anaesthetic.

Recovery Time

10-14 days of initial healing.
A head bandage is applied for the first 72 hours.


Results are noticeable instantly but continue to improve over time as the swelling settles and sutures are taken out.

Duration of Results

Long-term (up to 5 years or more).

Resumption of Usual Activities

72 hours of complete rest after the procedure;
Light activities such as light house chores are allowed after 72 hours;
Walking is allowed after 3- 5 days;
Gym & Strenuous activities not allowed for a minimum of 3 weeks.

Potential Risks & Complications

Excess reabsorption (rare)
Prolonged swelling (rare)
Fat hypertrophy (extremely rare)
Under correction (rare)

General Information

What Is Fat Grafting?

Fat grafting is a surgical technique where a patient’s own fat cells are taken out from a body area such as the outer thighs, knees, or flanks, and injected into another area using fine cannulas.

The most popular areas for Fat Grafting are:
• Face
• Buttocks
• Breasts
• Cellulite dimples
• Traumatic scars & indentations

Note: At MedAesthetics, Dr. Jadoon does not perform breast or buttock enhancement with fat grafting.

What is Micro or Nano Fat Grafting?

Micro & Nano Fat Grafting procedures are slight variations of the same technique. At MedAesthetics we offer Nano Fat Grafting where the harvested fat is processed and washed using a state-of-the-art centrifuge system.

This increases the viability of the fat once its grafted to the host area and provides improved clinical outcomes.

What Are The Benefits Of Fat Grafting?

Fat is regarded as the ideal, natural dermal filler.

Being natural to the body, it carries zero risk of allergic reactions and other complications associated with synthetic dermal fillers.

Large volumes of fat can be harvested to treat any area of the body to restore and enhance its contours.

Facial fat grafting is an excellent treatment to restore age-related facial volume loss and sagging.

How Is The Procedure Performed?

At MedAesthetics in Perth, we employ the Nano fat grafting technique using the world-renowned Microfill™ Centrifuge System. This procedure involves three steps:

  1. Fat is removed from the donor site on the body with a specially designed suction cannula (the area of fat usually targeted is the flanks or outer thighs).
  2. This fat is then processed and washed using a centrifuge system.
  3. Finally, it is injected into the targeted area using fine cannulas.

Post Surgical Follow Up

Complimentary follow ups are included to all cosmetic surgery patients until they have fully healed.

The Pain Factor

Our highly experienced clinical team do their utmost to minimise any treatment associated pain or discomfort. Having fine motor skills and gentle pair of hands are important assets for any clinician.

Depending upon the type of of procedure being performed, we use high-strength topical numbing cream, inhalation (laughing) gas, local anaesthesia as well as skin cooling device to make the procedure as tolerable as possible.


As per new AHPRA & Australian Medical Board guidelines, all cosmetic surgery patients will require a referral from a GP to be able to have a cosmetic surgery consultation.

All cosmetic patients will require a psychological assessment to rule out body dysmorphia before undergoing any cosmetic surgery.

How To Choose Your Treatment Provider

The decision to undergo any cosmetic treatment can be quite daunting for some people. It can be tough to find the right clinician who you can trust.

People want to choose a clinician who can listen to them carefully and understand their concerns. Someone whose clinical skills deliver effective and hassle-free results with minimal discomfort or downtime.

We recommend that people should do their due diligence before choosing their treatment provider and not base their decision solely on the cheapest pricing in town. As the saying goes, you get what you pay for.

Why Choose MedAesthetics?

All treatments are performed by our highly experienced team of medical doctors & Registered Nurses and Dermal Clinicians working together as a team.

We employ the latest and most advanced medical equipment and meticulously follow our treatment protocols. We dedicate substantial time to patient education, ensuring patients are informed of the potential risks and complications associated with each treatment to facilitate informed decision-making.

At MedAesthetics, we take pride in being truthful and ethical providers of cosmetic medical treatments.

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Risks & Complications

All cosmetic procedures carry potential risks, complications and treatment limitations. We advise all patients to seek independent medical advice from an appropriately qualified medical doctor before considering any cosmetic enhancement.