Fat transfer (also known as grafting) uses a patient’s own fat cells to restore volume and shape to the face, reversing the deflation that occurs with aging. Over time, the loss of fat and the breakdown of muscles affect facial appearance, leading to sunken eyes, deep cheeks, and folds in the skin. Fat accentuation provides the same results as dermal fillers to restore facial volume and contour, resulting in a more youthful appearance. This procedure, however, uses a patient’s own cells instead of synthetic fillers. And unlike facelift procedures, fat transfer does not require surgical incisions or scarring.