What is a Brazilian Butt Lift?
A Brazilian butt lift adds volume and lift to your buttocks by using your own fat as a filler material. Fat is harvested by liposuction and then placed in your buttocks, a process called fat grafting. These fat cells provide additional fullness and shape.
How Does a Brazilian Butt Lift Work?
You will undergo the procedure under general anesthesia to avoid any discomfort. The surgeon will use liposuction to harvest fat from other areas of the body, such as the abdomen or thighs. The surgeon then uses a cannula to insert the fat under the skin of the buttocks, shaping them and increasing their volume.
Dr, Earle uses ultrasound BBL technology to make the procedure safer and help you achieve your goals better than ever before. By using ultrasound scanning to identify tissue layers and identify where to add fat, Dr. Earle can perform a better, safer BBL.
How Long is Recovery From a Brazilian Butt Lift?
You should be able to get up and walk around within a day after your procedure. You will have a special pillow that you will need to sit on whenever you sit for up to six weeks. This ensures that the fat cells have time to establish a healthy blood flow and do not get moved around during recovery.
Proper care of your butt lift results and following your doctor’s instructions carefully may determine the success of your procedure. Good care of the area during recovery will lead to healthy fat cells that will maintain your lift for years to come.
You will have some swelling for several weeks after surgery, and you will not be able to see the final results of your procedure until the swelling has gone down. You can engage in activities like brisk walking after about a month. Vigorous activities should wait at least eight weeks and should have the approval of your doctor. You may have to wait several months before resuming certain activities that could damage the buttocks.