For Healthcare Professionals

Learn more about Allofill, a natural way to replace volume.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is Allofill made from?

Allograft is made from donated human fat tissue. Read more About Allofill.


Can I use Allofill if I have had other treatments?

Talk to your doctor about having Allofill treatments if you’ve previously been treated with temporary injectable fillers or have had a fat transfer in the past.


Do Allofill treatments require surgery?

No, Allofill treatments do not require surgery. Allofill can be administered in an office-based setting.


Why would my doctor use Allofill instead of my own fat?

Fat grafting with your own fat requires a liposuction procedure to harvest the fat from another location on your body. This results in a second surgical site which could result in more pain and a longer recovery time.


Are treatments with Allofill painful?

Allofill is injected under the skin with a needle. Talk to your doctor about ways that the procedure can be made more comfortable for you.


What areas does Allofill treat?

Allofill can be used anywhere that fat tissue normally exists in your face and body.


When can I expect to see results?

You will see results from your Allofill treatment immediately. Your doctor may schedule a follow-up visit after your first treatment to assess your results and determine if a touch-up is necessary.


What are the possible side effects?

As with any injectable procedure you may experience swelling, redness, pain, bruising, or itching at the injection site. These symptoms are usually mild and may last up to 7 days. See Important Safety Considerations.