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Brazilian butt lift without the use of implants is a special fat transfer surgery that improves the size and shape of the hips. Liposuction is used to remove excess fat from the hips, abdomen, waist or thighs; Some of this fat is then carefully injected into the buttocks.

With a Brazilian butt lift, a trained cosmetic surgeon can enlarge the buttocks and improve the proportions of the entire lower body, while also helping a patient lose weight in typical “problem areas.”

Why is Brazilian Butt Lift Done?

The shape and size of a person’s hips are mostly controlled by heredity; The appearance of the lower body is affected by both your skeletal structure and the way your body stores fat. A balanced diet and exercise can help you lose weight and tighten your muscles, but still, many patients are dissatisfied with out-of-form “flat” hips, despite living a healthy lifestyle.

Brazilian butt lift surgery can help overcome the consequences of heredity by replacing adjacent areas such as the hips and buttocks, waist and thighs. You can use Brazilian butt lift for:

  • Improve the curves of your lower body
  • Reduce fat pockets on your hips, thighs or abdomen while adding fullness to the hips
  • Help clothes fit more attractively
  • Give the flat hips a more youthful and aesthetic shape.
  • Improve your overall proportions by improving the balance between your upper and lower body

Is Brazilian Butt Lift Suitable For Me?

Brazilian butt can be an excellent way to improve the shape and size of the hips; however, some people are more amenable to treatment than others, and it is very important to have realistic expectations regarding the surgery, recovery, and results. In general, you are an excellent candidate for a Brazilian butt if you agree with the following:

  • You want to augment your buttocks without using an implant.
  • You have an even skin tone on the hips and hips.
  • You have enough fat reserves to collect elsewhere for injection in the buttocks.
  • You are willing and able to avoid sitting directly on your hips for several weeks.

Despite its name, Brazilian butt lift is not a standard “lift” surgery; does not address loose skin on the butt. Thigh & butt lift surgery may be a better solution for you if you are bothered by excess saggy skin on your hips or hips.

Brazilian butt lift and Hip Implants

Brazilian butt lift surgery has the significant advantage of enlarging the hip size without the use of implants. When the treatment is performed by a professionally skilled cosmetic surgeon in an approved facility, it carries minimal risk of problems and can provide results that look and feel surprisingly natural.

However, if you are really thin, you may not have enough fat to take in and hip implants may be your only option. Hip implants may be a suitable choice for certain individuals; however, it is very important to consider the additional dangers of having implants, such as capsular contracture and an increased risk of infection. Butt implants can look and feel less natural than a well-performed Brazilian butt lift.

What is Included in Brazilian Butt Lift Surgery?

The Brazilian butt lift process consists of three basic steps:

  • Liposuction removes fat from the hips, waist, thighs, abdomen and/or other areas.
  • The collected oil is refined and ready to be transferred.
  • To increase volume and contour, the plastic surgeon injects fat into specific locations on the buttocks.

Outpatient surgery is usually performed under intravenous sedation with general anesthesia or local anesthetic. It is normal that some of the injected oil does not “take” its new position; A skilled cosmetic surgeon will take this into account and may initially inject a little more fat into the buttocks than necessary to ensure your final results are as close to your expectations as possible.

Post-Surgery Recovery Process

Having a buttock procedure requires some unique adjustments during rehab. While the discomfort is normally moderate and can be easily managed with pain medication, you will not be able to sit or rest directly on your hips for about 2 weeks after a Brazilian butt lift.

During this time, you should either lie down or stand for all activities other than using the toilet, lying on your stomach or side. When you’re ready, your plastic surgeon will allow you to sit in a modified posture, such as using a “donut” chair or placing a pillow between your thighs to reduce pressure on the hips. Normal sitting activity usually resumes after about 8 weeks.

If you follow your plastic surgeon’s instructions, you can return to light daily activities 1 week after surgery and return to work after 10 to 14 days.

Post-Surgery Life

Brazilian butt lift results are expected to last for many years. Liposuction removes fat cells that will not return

While, the fat cells transferred to the butt will remain for years. On the other hand, significant weight changes can have an impact on your results, so maintain a stable weight to ensure your results look their best.

After the remaining edema has subsided and completely healed, the results are usually finalized within 6 months following the surgery. Your curvy hips and better lower body proportions will be seen by how you look and how the clothes fit at this point.

Brazilian butt lift is a lucrative surgery with long-lasting effects when performed by a trained cosmetic surgeon.

The best approach to find out more is to schedule a consultation with a board-certified cosmetic surgeon.