Brazilian Butt Lift
Brazilian butt lift surgery aims to increase the size and volume of the buttocks and reshape the contour by injecting and transferring the patient’s own fat. Buttocks surgeries in general are performed either by using implants or injections of the fat deposit. Both ways can be used sometimes.
The surgeon targets the tissue which affects the skin and fat on the buttocks while the surgery is processing. Factors such as aging, pregnancy, and fluctuations in gaining or losing weight can cause weakening and droop in tissues. Brazilian butt lift makes the buttocks more smooth and nice.
The Procedure For Brazilian Butt Lift
The following steps are listed as procedures of a butt lift surgery:
- It is selected whether the sedation or general anesthesia is preferred at first. The surgeon's advice is surely important.
- The small incisions are made for liposuction. It helps for getting excess fat and ejected it easily. The fat deposit is filled with a syringe and a tube. The volume of the ejected fat by liposuction is usually more than the volume of the fat given to the patient.
- The fat that is removed is processed with the tissue and blood inside. Syringes attached with a cannula are used for ejection.
- The results can be seen right after the surgery. But for the best results, the patient must wait about one year. It’s also possible to see a bit reduction of the effects due to fluctuations in gaining and losing weight.
Who Can Be A Good Candidate For BBL?
Genetics is also important as diets and exercises when it comes to body shape. Some people want more rounded and big buttocks. It’s possible to get better results in BBL surgeries rather than the butt implants or silicones. A person who can count as a good candidate for BBL must be a non-smoker, have a healthy life, and have soft tissue in the targeted area.
Recovery And Aftercare in Brazilian Butt Lift Surgery
Bandages are made on the incisions after the surgery. If fluid or blood draining requires, a small probe may be placed under the skin. The patient is kept under observation for a while, then, allowed to go home. The patient needs to use a supporting corset for a few weeks. Some information such as examinations, the medicines, and the date of removal of the sutures is given to the patient by the surgeon.