Brazilian Butt Lift

Overview

If you’re unhappy with the shape of your buttocks or are looking to increase the size, buttock augmentation can help. The procedure, also known as a Brazilian butt lift, uses fat grafting techniques to increase the size and fullness of the buttocks.  If you have excess skin and fat, these can be removed through liposuction and surgical excision. The tissue can then be lifted and reshaped.

 

Patients desiring a butt lift might find that their buttocks are too small compared with the rest of their body. Patients should be aware that grafted fat can and will respond to weight gain or loss, so patients should maintain a healthy weight and lifestyle following surgery to maintain their buttocks over time

 

Result

Both men and women alike seek out buttocks augmentation surgery at Precision Medical, and the recent trend is expected to continue. Depending on your body type, this treatment may be the best solution for creating curves and producing a better balance of your body features. If you have flat or sagging buttocks or a relatively small disproportionate one, then a Brazilian butt lift may be just right for you.

 

Brazilian butt lift, fat transfer, or butt augmentation procedures are suitable for patients who: can’t achieve the results they want through diet and exercise alone, seek a balanced, proportionate look, want fuller or a more projected buttocks, desire sculpted buttocks, and need to correct asymmetry between buttocks. Qualified candidates must also have good overall health, have time for recovery, have realistic expectations, and have enough fat in donor areas, such as the flanks or thighs

 

The results from a fat transfer to buttocks procedure are long lasting. It’s typical for some of the transferred fat to become reabsorbed by the body. However, most of the fat will establish a blood supply in the area, allowing it to stay there indefinitely.

The fat will continue to age and shrink naturally with the body, so you may want touch-up sessions in the future to maintain your results. Patients who maintain healthy lifestyles often see the best long-term results.

 

Process

A Buttock Lift is usually performed as an outpatient procedure with the patient under a light general anaesthetic. There can be flexibility in anaesthetic choices depending on your unique characteristics. The classic incisions are usually placed in the natural crease between the upper thigh and the torso. The quality of the final scar can vary greatly and depends on many different factors, but we can provide methods for improving the scars and speeding their healing. They will fade and become smoother over the weeks and months after surgery.

After getting the purest and most viable fat possible from a donor site, it is then reinjected into your buttocks, which helps ensure the long-lasting result. Your fat extraction is performed by liposuction. The fat is then processed in a centrifuge before being injected back into the buttocks. The process of fat reinjection involves hundreds of injections. The procedure is designed to fill the upper quadrant of your buttocks so that the butt appears lifted and perky. The resulting effect is that your profile appears more attractive and sensuous.

 

Post-Treatment Care

Patients usually return home a few hours after surgery. Support garments are always required to help the body adjust to its new shape. The Precision support team will outline how long they will need to be worn, though it’s usually two to three weeks. Failure to wear the support garments may create shifting in buttocks shape, so it’s important to stick to the post-op plan.

 

Some bruising, swelling, and discomfort are expected after surgery. Swelling is usually the last side effect to go away completely. If you experience pain, you can take oral medications. Non-prescription meds may be sufficient, but if you need something stronger, please use the prescription provided.

 

Downtime

You must avoid heavy lifting and any strenuous activity or “straining” for at least two weeks, perhaps longer. Most patients return to office work within 10-14 days, but we will discuss this with you based on your individual case. We will provide you with a post-operative plan to help you return to all normal day-to-day activities as soon as possible.