Fat Transfer to Buttocks
A newer technique using fat grafting or transfer is called a Brazilian Butt Lift (aka BBL). Our Phoenix Brazilian Butt Lift procedure provides very natural looking and feeling results, and has fewer risks and possible complications than implants.
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**Individual Results May Vary
During a fat transfer Brazilian Butt Lift, a patient’s own fat is removed from areas that have excess deposits using gentle liposuction. These areas can include the abdomen, thighs, back, or similar areas. The harvested fat is then processed to separate and purify the fat cells. The healthiest fat cells are then injected into the buttocks. The injections are made at varying levels to achieve a natural look and feel.
There is a reason that the buttock region is a focus of attention, discussion, commentary and fashion – because it is a main focal point of the human physique. Men and women alike, desire a well-rounded and shapely derriere, but for those who did not “carry it in their genes”, the fat transfer butt augmentation can be the perfect solution.
Fat Transfer Butt Augmentation with the Bootydoctors
Buttock enhancement by fat injection is generally less invasive and is preferred by most patients to enhance the body and stay as natural looking as possible. Fat that is removed from the patient during liposuction is injected back into the butt for shaping. Working through virtually invisible incisions in each butt cheek, the surgeon places fat cells at many levels throughout the patient’s buttocks. The bootydoctors use a layering method which will create a smooth, more rounded buttock with no irregular places showing through the skin.
Re-absorption or “dying off” occurs in all cases after fat grafting. We cannot make re-absorption go away; we can only reduce how much occurs. Based on the bootydoctor’s excellent technique and experience, we typically get 60-70% survival rates of our transferred fat. The bootydoctors use a very advanced method of washing and separating the fat from all other cells so that we are injecting mostly whole stem cells. This greatly increases your chance of a successful procedure. What we can say is: what you have remaining after three months should be yours permanently.
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The benefits of Brazilian Butt Lift with fat injection include the achievement of a more natural appearance, as the newly sculpted buttocks use fat from your own body. Smaller incisions are used which result in almost no visible scarring. There is a shorter healing time and a much more natural appearance when compared to buttock implant surgery. The tissue is readily accepted and there is no chance of rejecting your own tissue.
The most important factor in determining if you are a good candidate for a fat transfer butt augmentation to the butt or Brazilian butt lift is that you have adequate fat to take from the rest of your body. The bootydoctors address this during your initial consultation.
This process is fairly sophisticated and requires highly specialized equipment and a trained surgeon in the technique. During your consultation you and the bootydoctors will:
• Determine your health status to qualify you as a candidate for the surgery
• Outline the areas of your body where fat can be removed
• Consider size increase and volume of fat needed for successful augmentation
• Discuss expectations from the procedure
• Tailor a plan for pre and post surgery to ensure the best results
As experienced surgeons, the bootydoctors have mastered techniques and methods to ensure the best results for fat retention, once it is transferred to a new area.
Recovery Process of the Phoenix Brazilian Butt Lift
After the surgery, the patient will receive a list of instructions for hygiene and care and be required to wear an ACE bandage-like body-garment for 7-14 days after the surgery to add support to the area. Each case varies, but the average patient can return to work within a few days. There is very little pain associated with this procedure. It is a less-invasive technique, since there are no prosthetics or implants. In addition, this procedure does not leave scars. The tiny incisions close and heal within a few days.
“It’s incredible when we consider the possibility of turning love-handles and unwanted fat into a desirable butt or adding definition and volume to someone’s butt to look more like bootylicious,” stated one Infini patient.
To schedule a consultation today for your Brazilian Buttlift in Phoenix, call 480-800-4501 and take the first step toward your new image.
Phoenix Brazilian Butt Lift – FAQs
What are the risks of Buttocks Augmentation with Fat Transfers or Grafting?
The risks are very low with fat transfer surgery.
Do the buttocks feel natural to the touch after surgery?
The outcome, appeal and feel are very natural after fat transfer. All our patients report that friends and significant others would never even guess that they had any surgical help. Healing is rapid and the scars disappear in a short amount of time. Patients are left with natural, fuller bottoms.
Will there be any numbness as a result?
Once the swelling subsides, any numb sensation will go away and normal sensation will return.
How soon can I get back to my athletic activities?
Allow yourself 3 weeks to heal and for the body to acclimate to the surgery. Resume activity in increments as you feel more comfortable with activity. Start out with walking and light exercise, then slowly get back to your normal work-out routine.
What is a butt augmentation (Brazilian butt lift)?
Butt augmentation, also known as a Brazilian butt lift, is a cosmetic surgery procedure that can improve the look of the buttocks. Excess fat is removed — using liposuction — from the abdomen, hips, or thighs. This fat is then used to add curves and reshape the buttocks, to provide an uplifted, yet natural appearance.
Who is a good candidate for butt augmentation?
Butt augmentation is a good option for anyone who wants to improve the look of his or her buttocks. You should have realistic expectations, and be in good overall health, with a healthy weight.
What if I don’t have enough excess body fat?
This procedure may not be a good option for those who are very slender and have little body fat. It is possible, however, that the surgeon could locate enough fat during an initial consultation. If you are severely underweight, this is probably not a good option for you.
How is the fat transferred into the buttocks?
Fat is liposuctioned from areas around the buttocks, such as the stomach and lower back, and will provide a more contoured look overall. After the fat is collected, it is processed and purified. Only the healthiest fat cells are then transferred into the buttocks using cannulas. The transfer is made into various areas at different depths to allow for the best absorption to achieve a smooth, natural appearance.
What is the difference between a butt augmentation and butt implants?
Butt implants are silicone devices placed into the buttocks; while a butt lift uses natural fat of your own body fat. By using natural fat, it is easier to achieve a more natural look. Additionally, because the patient’s own fat is used, it decreases the chances of infection and allows for a quicker recovery.
How long does Brazilian butt lift last?
The results of this procedure should be long lasting. In fact, the majority of patients have seen the results last for up to 20 years. It is natural for some of the fat to be reabsorbed by the body; however, most of it will remain in the buttocks.
How much does it cost?
The cost of this procedure depends on your individual case. The cost of your procedure, as well as possible financing options, will be discussed during your initial consultation.
What are the risks of the Butt Lift?
Any surgery has risks, and these will be discussed during your consultation. Your individual health and lifestyle can increase or lessen your risk. However, choosing a board-certified cosmetic surgeon will greatly reduce the risks. Contact us today for more information about liposuction and more!
Dr. Hall is apart of the World Association of Gluteal Surgeons