Is having fat transfer surgery safe?

Minimal risks. All surgeries have risk but this one is usually quite safe.
Yes. There are risks to any surgical procedure but a fat transfer performed in the hands of an experienced individual is usually a very safe procedure. Seek a board certified surgeon.
Generally, yes. Complications can include injury to surrounding tissues, bleeding and infection, as well as placing too much or too little fat in certain places. A variable portion of the transplanted fat will not survive, so "over correction" of the defect is necessary. In trained hands, fat transfer is quite safe. Consult with a board certified facial plastic or plastic surgeon.
Yes, but . . . Yes, but any surgery involves risk and a fat transfer is surgery. Be sure to speak with a board certified plastic surgeon to review the surgical technique and possible risks and complications before determining what is right for you. Best wishes!
Yes. Any procedure involves risks, and fat transfer is no exception. Your surgeon should discuss the risks, benefits and alternatives to all procedures with you, but fat transfer is a safe and effective treatment for facial volume loss.
Fat transfer risks. Dear s2, (racepinephrine) fat transfer is very safe with minimal complications. The very rare risk of infection occurs in less than 1%. It looks great and you will look fantastic. Best, nima shemirani.
Fat transfer safe. There are the risks associated with any surgery, but I have performed over 400 fat transfers with only one problem...A patient who went hot-tubbing for several hours immediately after the transfer. It is crucially important that you follow all your physician's post-op instructions. If you cant, then dont do the surgery.
Always risks. Any surgical procedure carries risks, and fat transfer, which includes liposuction harvesting of fat cell, is no exception. The things you can do to minimize your risk is to see a board certified plastic surgeon, be honest about your medical history and expectations, and optimize your health and weight before surgery.