Brazilian Butt Lift Surgery
Who needs Brazilian Butt Lift Surgery?
It is always better to discuss with your surgeon before considering the procedure as a desirable option for you. You may undergo Brazilian Butt Lift Surgery if you:
- aren’t comfortable in your clothes
- are healthy and have non-fluctuating weight
- lost the natural shape because of aging
- are a non-smoker
- didn’t suffer from any infections or complications because of any surgery
- have enough fats in your hip region and the areas for grafting
- have a healthy lifestyle that includes exercising regularly
Benefits of Brazilian Butt Lift surgery
People undergo a Brazilian Butt Lift Surgery to get results that make butts look natural and create more fullness in your backside. The surgery may also help to address problems like the sagging and shapelessness that may occur due to age. You may consider the procedure if the figure imbalances bother you and make it complicated for you to wear your clothing comfortably. The procedure carries a lesser risk of infection in comparison to silicone buttock implants. The procedure is safer than injecting other substances like silicone that may be injected into your buttocks sometimes by unqualified people for performing the procedure.
What to expect?
The surgeon will perform the procedure under anesthesia. However, he or she may perform it under local anesthesia only where there is a need for the transfer of smaller fat volume. Ensure that you ask anti-nausea medication on a prior basis if anesthesia makes you feel sick.
Your surgeon will use liposuction for fat removal from other areas of the body like the stomach, hips and thighs. This requires making incisions or cuts in the skin and using a tube for removing fat from your body. Your surgeon will purify these removed fat stores and ready them up for injecting into the buttocks.
Your surgeon will inject the processed fat into certain areas of your buttocks for a full, rounded look. He or she will make nearly five incisions around your buttocks for the transfer of fats. Next, your surgeon will close the incisions of fat transfer and liposuction with the help of stitches. He or she will then apply a compression garment on the affected areas of your skin for minimizing the risk of bleeding in your body.
You need to pay attention and take care after the procedure, similar to any cosmetic surgery. You won’t be allowed to sit on your butt for a period of 15 days after the procedure. Also you can sleep only on your stomach or on your sides until the healing of the area takes place. As you recover, your buttocks may swell for a few weeks after the surgery. The overall effects of the surgery may last for months to years. You may need to go for the procedure multiple times for achieving the desired results. You may require six months’ time from the first seating to the final results. The chances of positive outcome increase if your weight doesn’t fluctuate during that period.
Risks associated with the procedure
Unlike other surgeries like silicone buttock implants, this procedure carries fewer risks. The risks associated with this surgery are:
- Fat embolism (in the lungs or the heart) that may prove to be fatal
- Loss of skin in the areas of treatment because of infection
- Lumps beneath the skin of the areas that were injected or suctioned.