Brazilian butt lift surgery is a type of butt augmentation procedure where the buttocks are enlarged by injecting the patient’s own fat in
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Brazilian butt lift surgery is a type of butt augmentation procedure where the buttocks are enlarged by injecting the patient’s own fat in order to achieve a more aesthetically pleasing buttocks region. This type of procedure is called analogous-fat transfer because the patient’s fat is collected from other parts of the body.
The fat that will later be used in the patient’s Brazilian butt lift surgery can be harvested from the following areas:
● The abdomen area
● The thighs area
● The hips
Generally, patients and doctors prefer these areas because fatty tissue deposits naturally appear in these regions and by reducing the patient’s thighs and hips, the buttock area also appears to be larger and more curved.
Brazilian butt lift surgery is recommended for individuals dissatisfied with the size or shape of buttocks. This type of procedure usually improves the size of the buttocks area but also the curvature, as the surgeon can inject the harvested fat in a precise manner, leading to a more aesthetically pleasing result.
The patient needs to be in good health before going in for surgery. Individuals suffering from neurological disorders, heart problems and lung disease may not be suitable for Brazilian butt lift surgery. The patient also needs to have an area with extra fat that can be extracted and re-injected into the buttocks area – patients that are too fit cannot have this surgery.
In some cases, it may be necessary for the patient to gain some weight or lose some weight before going in for surgery. As a rule of thumb, the patient needs to be around 13 pounds over their ideal weight before Brazilian butt lift surgery.
Brazilian butt lift surgery is done under general anaesthesia. Once the anaesthesia kicks in, the surgeon can proceed to perform the liposuction necessary to harvest the fat. The abdomen, thighs or hips are generally used for the liposuction procedure. The liposuction procedure used in Brazilian butt lift surgery is minimally invasive and it has little negative effect on the tissue in the area. Once enough fat is harvested, the surgeon will begin contouring the buttocks according to the patient’s wishes. The fat is injected into the buttocks region by using a small cannula. By using this technique, the post-surgery scar is very small and the chance of tissue rejection is inexistent. The Brazilian butt lift surgery recovery period lasts around 4 weeks.
Patient is required to stay 1 night in the hospital
3 - 4 weeks
1 to 3 hours
In the first two weeks of the Brazilian butt lift recovery period, the patient should avoid sitting altogether, as this can lead to fat reabsorption. After the first two weeks, the patient may use pillows or special types of chairs in order to sit on the back of the thighs instead of the butt. Exercise such as lunges, squats are allowed but keep in mind that exercising can actually help remove fat, including from the buttocks area. The patient may also have lymphatic drainage massages once a week for a period of six weeks, in order to decrease bruising and swelling in the liposuction area. The patient will also be required to wear a compression garment during the Brazilian butt lift recovery period.
Brazilian butt lift surgery complications can include:
● Fat necrosis
The patient can feel discomfort, bruising and nausea after the anaesthesia. Swelling and some pain are also normal reactions to Brazilian butt lift surgery.
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It’s important to note that even though around 60-80% of the injected fatty tissue survives, it can be burnt away like regular fat. The patient will need to maintain the gained weight after the procedure is over, in order to maintain the results of the Brazilian butt lift surgery.