Brazilian Butt Lift Surgery for a Fuller, Attractive Derriereby Aaron Rollison white Body Sculpt - Plastic Surgery
Brazilian butt lift (BBL) surgery is a safe procedure that enhances and improves the appearance of a woman’s buttocks using her own body fat. This procedure is an ideal option for women with flat, small, sagging or asymmetrical buttocks. This fat grafting procedure can help women achieve a rounder, perkier and fuller backside.
How is the Procedure Performed?
Fat for buttock augmentation is harvested from areas such as the arm pit, flanks, thighs, and abdomen. The suctioned fat is carefully processed and purified and only the best donor fat cells are re-injected back into the buttocks to provide the desired enhancement. General anesthesia is required for larger areas of liposuction and higher volume of fat transfer. Today, a small to moderate size BBL under local anesthesia has become a popular procedure.
Advantages of Buttock Augmentation using Fat Transfer
The benefits of buttock augmentation using fat transfer are:
- Minimally-invasive procedure
- Using the patient’s own fat reduces chances of rejection
- Minimal scarring, pain and discomfort
- Less bleeding, bruising and swelling
- Reduced treatment time and patient downtime
- Faster healing and quick recovery
Ideal Candidate for BBL
A candidate for BBL should be in good health and have a suitable body type and sufficient amount of fat in the abdomen, outer thighs, inner thighs, flanks or love handles as well as other areas for harvesting. The patient would also need to undergo the standard history-physical and other appropriate tests before the procedure.
Find a Qualified Surgeon
Make sure to choose a qualified and skilled plastic surgeon for safe treatment and optimal outcomes. The surgeon you choose should be expert in performing liposuction -- if fat removal is not performed properly, it can result in bumps and deformities. An experienced surgeon will know how much fat can be safely removed and also inject the fat correctly and at the right depth into specific areas. These special skills are necessary to avoid post-surgical complications.
Created on Mar 19th 2019 02:54. Viewed 337 times.
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