Brazilian Butt Lift is another important advantage to liposuction. The fat extracted with liposuction can be placed in the buttocks, notably augmenting and improving the contour of the area; correcting the lack of shape and firmness.
“The Cosmetic Procedures And Quest For Beauty says: The buttocks are one of the first areas to go out of shape on both genders, but with women in particular. Exercise is supposed to help. If you have done squats, however, you know they can be brutal and leave your knees feeling 100 years old. Dieting also seems to have no effect. If you are in this situation, Brazilian butt lift may offer a solution.”
This procedure is called fat grafting, also known as Lipoinjection or Brazilian butt lift. Brazilian Butt lift is a medical procedure for patients, whose fat is unevenly distributed, causing disproportionate features due to genetics or aging.
“Some people wish for a reduction in size and shape of their buttocks, as they feel the area is too large. Others want more sculpted buttocks to show off, either in pants, dresses, bathing suits or in the buff. One problem area of the buttocks includes the sacral fat pad, a bulge of fatty material located just above the buttocks in the lower back area. Another problem area on the buttocks is the ¨ banana-shaped bulge ¨ located just below the buttocks above where the hip meets the buttock area.”
Patients who have lost volume will also benefit from fat transfer. During your initial consultation, we will evaluate your health, explain any alternative Brazilian butt lift methods and discuss the options available to you.
After Your Brazilian Butt Lift Surgery, a snug elastic dressing, girdle, or body stocking must be worn over the treated area to control swelling and bleeding, and to help your skin shrink to fit your new shape. It should be worn for 6 to 8 weeks.
Don’t expect to look or feel great right away after surgery. Recovery is a process that will require care and patience. You’ll even be heavier for a while, because of the extra fluids your body is producing and retaining. You should be back to work in 5 to 7 days, or as much as two weeks after your surgery.