BRAZILIAN BUTT LIFT BASICS
Patients looking to create a more prominent, enhanced buttock may be looking for a Brazilian Butt Lift. This procedure involves injecting your fat suctioned from other areas of your body into your buttock, augmenting the area to create a fuller more sensual look.
WHAT CAN I EXPECT
Although swelling may take a number of months to completely resolve, clients have been pleased with their surgery upon first look.
You may find you fit into clothes differently and be more at ease with your shape.
If you maintain your weight and continue to exercise, your results should last longer.
BRAZILIAN BUTT LIFT BENEFITS
- Improved balance of your figure
- Enhancement of a small buttock
- A more pronounced buttock
- A symmetrical buttock
- Enhanced self-confidence
BEST CANDIDATES FOR A
BRAZILIAN BUTT LIFT
Brazilian Butt Lifts can be performed on people of varying age. There must be enough fat from elsewhere on the body to be harvested for re-injection. If a patient does not have enough fat to transfer, they may consider a gluteal augmentation rather than a Brazilian Butt Lift. Think carefully about your goals and expectations before deciding on any cosmetic procedure.
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GET TO KNOW YOUR DOCTOR
During your consultation an explanation of pre-operative and post-operative plan will be reviewed. You will be given a list of medication to avoid taking two weeks prior to the operation. A Stiller staff member will contact you a few days before the surgery and notify you what time you are expected to arrive for your procedure and discuss any last-minute details. At this time, you will be given an opportunity to ask any further questions. Continuing a healthy diet and exercise is very important prior to surgery. Smoking must be stopped two weeks prior to surgery.
All procedures carry some uncertainty and risks.
- Pigmentation change of skin is possible
- Irregular contour may occur
- Not all fat transfers – some of the fat will disappear
- Numbness or sensation changes of the skin
- Some patients will require additional surgery
GETTING READY FOR SURGERY
You will be given a list of medication to avoid taking two weeks prior to the operation. A Stiller staff member will contact you a few days before the surgery and notify you what time you are expected to arrive for your procedure and discuss any last minute details.
At this time, you will be given an opportunity to ask any further questions. Continuing a healthy diet and exercise is very important prior to surgery. Smoking must be stopped two weeks prior to surgery.
You will meet with a member of our staff to prepare for surgery. Dr. Stiller will see you prior to your surgery to answer any final questions and meet family or friends. You will meet with our anesthesia provider to discuss anesthesia. For family or friends that accompany you, we have a lounge area to comfortably pass the time.
You will need someone to drive you home after the operation and stay with you the first 24 hours after the surgery is completed.
An Abdominoplasty can be performed with deep sedation or general anesthesia.
AFTER THE SURGERY
You can expect to feel tired and sore for a few days following the procedure. Bruising and swelling is common and may take a few weeks to resolve. You must NOT sit directly on your buttock for up to three weeks.
Immediately after the surgery, we want you to get up and walk, and continue this light activity for the next few weeks. You will begin feeling better in just a few weeks. You will need to wear compression garments for the first month after the procedure. Healing is a gradual process and it takes time. Please refrain from strenuous activity for one month. Depending on the type of work you do, you can go back to your job as soon as you feel comfortable. Resumption of physical activity will be determined by Dr. Stiller in your post-operative follow up exams, usually at four weeks.