Time for a butt transformation
As the ideal feminine shape changes inspired by the hourglass figure of countless celebs, buttock augmentation keeps gaining popularity and momentum. Let’s face it; workouts and fashion can only go so far in terms of shaping your body. When it comes to ample derrieres, the best option is certainly the famous Brazilian butt lift. A Brazilian butt lift will create more fullness in your backside through liposuction and fat transfer. If you have heard about a Brazilian butt lift, and are curious about the results you will get, read on to find out what this procedure is all about.
The Brazilian butt lift involves three basic steps. First, general or local anesthesia is administered based on the volume of fat transferred. Patients that tend to feel sick with anesthesia may request anti-nausea medication. The surgeon will proceed and use liposuction to remove fat from unwanted areas such as the hips, stomach, and thighs. Incisions are made in the skin, and a tube is used to remove fat from the body. The fat is then purified and injected into specific areas of the buttocks to create a full and rounded look. Three to five incisions are made around the buttocks for fat transfer. Once the surgeon is done with this step, the incisions are closed up with stitches, and a compression garment is applied to preserve the new silhouette and minimize the risk of bleeding during the initial stages of recovery.
Benefits of Brazilian butt lift
A Brazilian butt lift is said to provide the most natural-looking results when compared to butt implants. This procedure creates the perfect roundness in your backside and addresses issues such as sagging and shapelessness that may occur with age and gravity. Another benefit is the lower risk of infection and a better safety profile than substances such as silicone.
The Brazilian butt lift carries fewer risks than other surgeries. Some of them include infection, scarring, pain, loss of skin, lumps under the skin, and fat embolism. Another side effect is the failure of the buttock to retain the transplanted fat. The fat can enter the veins and travel to the lungs, which may cause respiratory distress and death. Some patients may need an additional procedure, but for the most part, one should be enough, especially since Dr. Fisher is an expert in this type of procedure. He usually inserts extra fat the first time around to minimize the risk of needing a second or third surgery.
Who is a good candidate?
You should check with your surgeon before considering a Brazilian butt lift. You may be the right candidate for a Brazilian butt lift if you lost natural shape in the area, and don’t feel comfortable in your clothes. Nonsmokers that keep a healthy weight and lead a healthy lifestyle are great candidates for this procedure.
Time for a change
We encourage you to call and schedule a free consultation with Dr. Fisher. During your initial appointment, you will learn more about this procedure and how it can provide you the results you want. We offer competitive pricing and financing options for every budget.