Brazilian Butt Lift

A butt lift or butt augmentation is a surgical procedure to improve the shape and volume of the buttocks. There are two types of butt augmentation:

1. Butt lift with butt implant
2. Brazilian Butt Lift (BBL)

1. Butt lift with butt implant: This treatment is appropriated for patients who do not have excess fat to extract. Implants are also used for patients who desire a very obvious change.

2. The Brazilian Butt Lift: (BBL) is a surgical procedure that improves the volume and shape of the buttocks and hips through fat transfer.

Our surgeons can tailor a procedure to fit your unique anatomy. This involves removing unwanted fat from the belly, thighs, back or other areas of the body as well as using your own natural body material to create a bigger, rounder butt and liftted butt.

A brazilian butt lift procedure is a three - step natural fat transfer process:

Step 1: Removal of fat from stubborn deposits in selected areas of your body.

Step 2: The removed fat is purified through a decanting and centrifuging process. The purification process allows our surgeons to use only the most viable fat to be reinjected.

Step 3: The purified fat is transferred to different areas of your butt and hips, with multiple injections using the same tiny cannulas to augment, reshape, and sculpt a round, prominent, and curvy buttocks.

The Brazilian butt lift Natural Fat Transfer is a minimally invasive procedure and is safer than using implants for buttock augmentation. Because only small incisions are made to transfer fat into the butt, the procedure allows for faster healing and a smoother appearance. Our patients can expect minimal scarring and discomfort with this procedure.

Before The Procedure

Before the operation the necessary medical examinations will be made.

Day D - 30

Smoking cessation is strongly recommended as it delays wound healing and may prolong overall postoperative recovery time. Patients must also stop smoking after the surgery as cigarettes cause the fat cells to die faster.
Contraceptives must be stopped.

Day D - 10

Aspirin, herbal teas, vitamins and blood thinners must no longer be taken.

Day D – 2

Please do not drink alcohol 48 hours prior to surgery. Please remove your nail polish as oxygen levels can be measured on your nails.

- 8 Hours

Do not eat or drink anything for 8 hours prior to surgery.

Treatment Details

Surgical Scar None
Duration + 4 hours
Type Of Anesthesia General anesthesia
Risk Adverse reaction to anesthesia.
Fluid accumulation beneath the skin (seroma).
Infection: you may be given antibiotics during and after surgery to prevent infection.
Smoking increases this risk
Side Effect Bruising
Persistent pain
Changes in skin sensation
Allergic reaction
Recovery Time Return to work depends on the nature of the occupational activity, but it may take up to 1 week.

4 to 6 weeks before you can get back to physical activities, such as exercise.

Long-term recovery typically takes 3 months.

The healing processes take place in the following period:
- 4 to 6 weeks Bruising and swelling are usually gone

- 6 to 8 months the shape improves and the tissue healing is completed,
- 12 months healing is completed

Patients are able to return to all normal activities within four to six months.

After The Operation

In all cases, patients should rest as much as possible and avoid sitting on the buttocks, lying flat while sleeping, and any traumatic action for at least six weeks. Sleep or sit on both sides equally. Patients should plan to take seven to ten days off work to recover. Always keep your buttocks clean.

Stitches and bandages will be removed 5 days after surgery. The compression garment should be worn day and night for at least 6 weeks.

You should walk every day. Return to work depends on the type of occupational activity, but can be considered for light work from day 8. Sporting activities can be resumed from about week 6.