Forearm Enlargement with Coleman Fat Grafting
Posted March 11, 2009 in Hand and Forearm Rejuvenation, Home
Finally, you can increase the size of your forearms!
Whether forearms are small from birth defects, have missing areas as result of scarring from an accident, or have not grown enough despite a bodybuilder’s efforts, there are alternatives for forearm enlargement. One of the most exciting alternatives is structural fat grafting.
A 36 year old amateur bodybuilder presented frustrated because his forearms had not developed as well as the rest of his body after years of trying (see photos).
For this patient a thin layer was placed under the skin over a large portion of the forearm and back of the hand. In addition, some of the fat was used to sculpt the appearance of the forearm by filling in areas which the patient felt were especially deficient. A total of 201 ml of refined fat was placed in the right forearm and 192 ml on the left. In addition 29 ml was placed over the back of each hand (30 ml is an ounce). For safety reasons, no fat was infiltrated deeply into the muscles or around the muscles.The patient returned 20 months after the procedure, thrilled with the results, but desiring more volume still. He has obviously continued to exercise, but he feels that most of the change is from the fat grafting. Of particular note, he is surprisingly more vascular in appearance despite the superficial placement of the fat.
For more information on fat grafting to the arms and legs, please go to the LipoStructure.com website.
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