Brazilian Butt Lift

Butt Lift Doctors in Ft. Lauderdale

Butt augmentation has reached peak popularity in recent years, thanks in no small part to the curvaceous figures of many modern celebrities. Named for a part of the world renowned for shapely backsides, the Brazilian Butt Lift procedure involves fat transfer to the buttocks, which augments or increases their shape and size.

It’s a combination of liposuction (fat removal) and fat grafting (injections), and a path to curves that are often impossible to develop naturally, even after thousands of hours in the gym and careful attention to diet.

The procedure’s overwhelming rise in popularity is a testament to its effectiveness – the International Society of Aesthetic and Cosmetic Surgery reports that, between 2014 and 2015, the number of Brazilian Butt Lift procedures performed worldwide increased by 30% to a total of 320,000.

Ideal Butt Lift Candidates

The ideal candidate for butt lift surgery is a healthy adult with no serious medical problems, as the surgery requires general anesthesia. Candidates should be cleared by medical professionals for elective surgery and should not be extremely overweight, which can make surgery a risky undertaking.

Conversely, extremely underweight patients may not have sufficient body fat to transfer to the buttocks, and so may not make ideal candidates for this surgery.

With an experienced board-certified plastic surgeon at the helm and a healthy candidate, Brazilian butt lifts are overwhelmingly successful and produce fantastic results for individuals who aren’t satisfied with the shape or size of their buttocks.

Brazillian Butt Lift Recovery Time

Recovery from a Brazilian Butt Lift typically is routine. Patients are directed to sleep on either their sides or stomachs for a period of up to six weeks. This can be uncomfortable if you’re accustomed to sleeping on your back, but practicing the new sleeping position will make the temporary change much easier.

During the recovery period, it’s important not to put pressure on the buttocks by sitting for long periods of time, which can reduce blood flow to the augmented area and reduce the number of fat cells that survive long-term.

In the short term, patients should expect some swelling, bruising and discomfort, which can be treated with pressure garments and pain medication. After a few days post-op, patients should be able to resume many regular activities.

Exercise is important to help new cells flourish, so patients are encouraged to begin regular exercise several weeks after the procedure.

Contact Vanguard Aesthetic & Plastic Surgery for more information about the Brazilian Butt Lift.