One of the most common cosmetic procedures is the Brazilian Butt Lift procedure, also known as fat transfer to the buttocks. It helps in increasing the size, enhancing the contour, improving firmness, lifting, and correcting proportional balances of the buttocks. It essentially improves the shape of the buttocks and enhances the overall look in terms of the body shape

What is a Brazilian Butt Lift?

A Brazilian Butt Lift uses liposuction to take fat from other parts of your body and inject it into your buttocks (fat transfer). The Brazilian Butt Lift is basically a body enhancing procedure, which adds volume to the buttocks, improves its shape, and lifts the buttocks.

How does fat transfer/Brazilian Butt Lift work?

Fat transfer is a relatively simple procedure: First we will harvest fat cells from your own body and use these same fat cells as filler where needed. The doctor will remove these fat
cells from either the abdomen, thighs, hips, flanks, or back. Next, the fat will be strained and purified and then will be injected under the skin into the desired area.

Will my buttocks appear overall larger?

Not necessarily. Because of the liposuction of the lower back and sides, the patient receives a great waist line and lifted buttocks. You will simply receive a fuller, rounder, appealing appearance.

What are the results?

The Brazilian Butt Lift contours flat buttocks, re-shapes the buttocks, and creates projection, if desired. The end results give an overall uplifted look and feel to the entire backside that looks artistically sculpted and natural.

Are the results permanent?

The results of Brazilian Butt Lift can be long lasting, as long as patients maintain a healthy and active lifestyle. The normal estimate for the results that you will see is up to 20 years. While a portion of the fat injected is naturally absorbed back into the body, a portion stays and remains permanent. Most of the time, you can expect a 60-85% survival of the injected fat. Natural aging will change the shape of anyone’s body over many years, therefore results are best maintained by keeping a stable and healthy body weight.

Who are good candidates?

The ideal patient is someone who is in good and healthy shape, but has some extra fat deposits that need to be removed, providing necessary fat for transfer. Women who plan to undergo
liposuction of abdomen, back, thigh, hips, and/or flanks are great candidates. These patients have extra fat in undesired areas that can be removed and transferred.

Are there any risks or side effects?

The risks of the procedure are those of liposuction (as liposuction is ½ of the procedure), with the additional risks of some fat necrosis.

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