Dr. Bednar has been performing facial fat grafting for facial rejuvenation and facial contouring for over a decade.
Dr. Bednar applies his artistic aptitude to these subtle details. He has been painting, carving and sculpting since he was 8-years old.
“Like so many of the facial rejuvenation procedures, it demands an artistic approach and a great attention to detail to identify the changes to the topography of the face as a result of the aging process. This varies by individual.”
“When I am painting a portrait or sculpting a bust in clay, I set out to understand, then achieve the subtle differences in the facial planes and the topography of that individual’s face so that I can accomplish the likeness and character of that person. If this is not done, then people don’t recognize the person in that painting or bust.
The same holds true with a fat transfer to the face. This is where the art gets overwhelmed by the science of the technique as so amply demonstrated in the distorted faces of so many celebrities. A youthful and natural likeness can be achieved, but the devil is in the details and the surgeon’s experience and artistic aptitude.”
Facial Fat Grafting