The Brazilian Butt Lift, or BBL, involves transferring fat from the back and waist area to the buttocks while lipo-contouring those areas. It offers a win-win solution to problems with body contours.
This is popular for women desiring better proportions. But before you choose this procedure, it’s essential to know everything about it so you can make an informed decision. Below is necessary information to learn Should I get a BBL.
BBL IS A 2-FOR-1 PROCEDURE
Many patients are unaware that a BBL consists of two steps. Your plastic surgeon will first conduct liposuction on another area of the body. The stomach, waist, and back are the typical regions to lose fat for your BBL. Fat can be removed from the inner thighs and arms of individuals who are slimmer.
Your surgeon will make small incisions to introduce cannulas during the liposuction procedure. Extra fat cells are removed from fat tissue and placed in a clean container. To get the correct shape, the fat cells are washed, processed, and injected in specific places in your buttocks.
OFFERS NATURAL BBL RESULTS
The wider, rounder rear provided by a Brazilian butt lift allows the surgery to deliver superb, natural BBL Results. Your results will move and feel like your natural tissues because they were created using your body’s extra fat cells.
BBL CAN CHANGE SHAPE AND VOLUME
Contrary to popular belief, getting a butt lift doesn’t always result in a big bottom. The majority of female patients choose a little larger size and a more symmetrical contour. Utilizing a skilled plastic surgeon will help you successfully accomplish both objectives. Cellulite appearance may also be improved by your BBL, but this is not a given.
PEOPLE OF ALL BODY TYPES CAN HAVE A BBL
No matter what type of body you have, your plastic surgeon should be able to develop a surgical plan that accounts for your body’s proportions to create an ideal shape without appearing ‘fake.’
SQUATS WON’T GIVE YOU THE SAME RESULT
No amount of weightlifting or exercise can produce the same benefits as a butt lift; instead, staying active and fit will assist tone and shape your posterior. This is especially true for females who desire a substantial boost in volume. Exercise cannot be used to decrease weight on its own. However, you should be realistic about the outcomes you want and how they’ll fit into your lifestyle. These issues can be discussed with your surgeon.
SCHEDULE BBL AND TUMMY TUCK SEPARATELY
Although both BBLs and tummy tucks are common operations, due to their placements, it is recommended to perform them separately. You’ll need to sleep on your stomach or side as much as you can during your butt lift recuperation. You won’t be able to sleep or sit on your back because of the pain. In contrast, a stomach tuck treatment is performed on your abdomen, so you will spend most of your recuperation time lying on your back or sitting down. Therefore, performing these operations simultaneously rarely results in good results. However, discuss with your plastic surgeon the ideal time frame for these two treatments.
RESULTS AREN’T IMMEDIATE
After the procedure, you’ll undoubtedly be eager to see your butt, but keep in mind that it won’t all show at once. After the procedure, you could instantly see a new form. However, it can take a few weeks before the complete effects are visible. Once the swelling has subsided, you should love the way you look.
In the first month of your rehabilitation, try to avoid sitting on your back as much as you can for the best outcome. Avoid vigorous exercise as well until your surgeon gives the all-clear.
BBL IS USUALLY OUTPATIENT
Typically, your first BBL operation is performed as an outpatient. You should therefore be allowed to return home that same day. The average butt lift takes one to four hours, depending on the amount of work required and the desired outcomes.
You should have a few items ready as you’ll be going back home that day to make the transition easier. Create a cozy, tranquil recuperation space with lots of blankets, plush pillows, reading, and movies.
Lastly, you’ll want to stock up on food, so you won’t have to worry about going out during the initial stages of your rehabilitation.
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