Upon injection of fat, using skilled know-how, inject the fat particles in dispersed small amounts between living tissue to prevent the fat from sticking or clumping together. Where the fat is injected to disperse between the tissue is very important as it prevents the situation where the fat clumps together and raises the rate of fat engraftment, preventing side effects.
When the fat is not uniformly distributed, the fat cells will clump together, causing portions of the fat cells to die, which may lead to risks such as cysts, compounds of calcium, fat necrosis and other risks.
If a large amount of fat particles are injected or if the particles do not disperse and if the fat starts to clump together, the portions of the fat cells will die. Because side effects such as cysts (fat pockets), compounds of calcium, fat necrosis and other risks will arise, if the portions of fat die, the know-how when injecting fat will influence the results.
If you inject more than a certain amount of fat, pressure rises. The supplies of oxygen and nutrients are constricted, causing the rate of fat engraftment to rapidly decrease, making it impossible to maintain large and voluptuous breasts.
Dr Ivan Puah injects fat right up until pressure rises to achieve the fullest volume. The know-how of injecting fat right up until pressure rises maintains the most voluptuous volume.