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Brazilian Butt Lift

When there is excess fat in certain parts of your body, such as your abdomen, lower back, or other areas, we use liposuction to extract this excess fat and transfer it to your buttocks.

The BBL procedure enhances the size and shape of your buttocks to create a more attractive, prominent rear end.

The extracted fat is purified in preparation for reinjection and it is artistically injected into the buttocks. The injected fat enhances the shape, fullness, and projection of your buttocks. “The Brazilian Butt Lift (BBL) is a cosmetic surgery procedure that has become increasingly popular in recent years. It is a two-step process that involves the use of liposuction to remove excess fat from one or more areas of the body, and then the transfer of that fat to the buttocks to enhance their size, shape, and contour.

The BBL technique involves harvesting fat from other areas of the body using liposuction and then injecting it into the buttocks to create a fuller, rounder appearance. The technique requires a skilled plastic surgeon who can ensure that the fat is injected in the right areas and in the correct amounts to achieve the desired outcome.

The BBL procedure typically takes about 2-3 hours and is performed under general anesthesia. During the procedure, the plastic surgeon will first harvest fat from the donor area(s) using liposuction. The fat is then purified before being injected into the buttocks using a series of small, strategically placed incisions.

BBL can provide several benefits, including a more youthful and attractive appearance, improved body contouring, and increased self-confidence. Because the fat is harvested from the patient’s own body, there is a reduced risk of allergic reactions or rejection. Additionally, the procedure can be tailored to meet the unique needs and goals of each patient.

As with any surgery, there are risks associated with a Brazilian Butt Lift. The most common risks include infection, bleeding, and adverse reactions to anesthesia. Other risks include asymmetry, fat embolism, and changes in skin sensation. Patients can minimize these risks by following their surgeon’s instructions carefully, including avoiding sitting or lying on their backs for an extended period after the surgery.

Before And After

Frequently Asked Questions

A BBL, or Brazilian Butt Lift, is a cosmetic procedure that uses liposuction to remove fat from one or more areas of the body and then injects it into the buttocks to enhance their size and shape.

Common donor sites for a BBL include the abdomen, lower back, love handles, thighs, and arms.

Good candidates for a BBL have enough excess fat in donor areas to harvest for the transfer, are in good overall health, and have realistic expectations for their results.

The procedure typically takes 2-4 hours and the recovery time can vary depending on the individual, but patients should plan for 2-3 weeks of limited activity and avoiding sitting or lying on their back for the first 2 weeks.

The results of a BBL can be long-lasting as long as the patient maintains a stable weight and follows a healthy lifestyle.

Not all of the transferred fat will survive, but typically 60-80% of the fat will remain permanently.

The procedure is performed under general anesthesia, so patients will not feel any pain during the surgery. However, some discomfort and soreness can be expected during the recovery period.

Like any surgery, there are risks and potential complications associated with a BBL, including infection, bleeding, fat embolism, and skin irregularities.

Patients should avoid sitting or lying on their back for at least 2 weeks following the procedure to ensure the best possible outcome.

Patients will see some results immediately after the procedure, but the final results will not be fully visible until the swelling has subsided, which can take several weeks.