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Autologous Fat Grafting to the Plantar and Dorsal Aspect of the Foot for two Varying Indications

In May 2020, Dr. Jodi Schoenhaus published this case study of a 55-year-old female who complained of pain in the balls of her feet with each step and their aesthetic appearance due to her thinning skin. Dr. Schoenhaus used microfat and nanofat injections to treat the patient and concluded that “Autologous fat transfer to the plantar and dorsal foot is acceptable and successful treatments for two indications. The plantar foot transfer is to provide cushioned comfort with ambulation and the dorsal fat transfer provides a youthful, aesthetic appearance.” Click below to read the full case study.

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