The brazilian butt lift allows to increase the volume of the buttocks and to solve a series of problems such as asymmetries, areas depressed, irregularities or other blemishes. The approach used gives a more natural result compared to the implantation of prosthesis to the buttocks, but, clearly, in some cases it is necessary to combine the two techniques.
The intervention of brazilian butt lift involves three phases. For first thing we proceed to the extraction of tissue fat from areas predetermined by liposuction. A second phase involves the preparation of the fabric adipose extract, for then reshape the buttocks with the fat collected, giving the shape and the volume previously established with the patient. The surgery may require general anesthesia or local anesthesia combined with sedation, depending on the length of the procedure and the number of areas to be lipoaspirated.
The time of recovery after a brazilian butt lift varies from patient to patient: the latter is invited to mobilize in the short time possible and after a week can take the simple activities daily and get back to work after 10-14 days.
Why have a Brazilian butt lift?
The shape and proportion of a person’s buttocks are largely determined by genetics; both your skeletal structure and how your body stores fat influence the appearance of the lower body. A healthy diet and exercise can work to achieve a healthy body weight and tone the muscles, but many patients remain unhappy with a “flat” buttocks that lacks shape, despite a healthy lifestyle.
Brazilian butt lift surgery can help overcome the effects of genetics by reshaping the buttocks and surrounding areas, such as the hips, lower back, and thighs. You might consider a Brazilian butt lift to:
- Enhance the curves of your lower body
- Reduce fat pockets on your hips, thighs or belly while adding fullness to the buttocks
- Help clothing fit more attractively
- Give a more youthful, aesthetically pleasing shape to flat buttocks
- Enhance your overall proportions by improving balance between your upper and lower body