Brazilian Butt Lift

Are you concerned with the size and shape of your buttocks? EOSC and its board-certified plastic surgeons are here to help with Brazilian butt lift. Augmenting the buttocks is a popular plastic surgery procedure that can assist someone in enhancing the size and shape of their rear end. Women in search of a more curvaceous figure or who are just unhappy with their current look can benefit from implants. Men and women with a flat-shaped butt can enhance their look with this procedure. The results can help to increase confidence and make people feel more attractive.
Fat-transfer to the buttock, more commonly called a Brazilian Butt Lift or BBL, uses fat harvested via liposuction from patients’ thighs, back, abdomen, or hips, and transfers the fat harvested to enhance shape, size, and projection of the patient’s backside. The buttocks are a problematic area of the body to shape through exercise, but the shape and size of the buttocks have a significant influence on the aesthetics of the torso.
Shapely, round buttocks can make the waist and thighs appear smaller, bring the upper torso into a more pleasing proportion, and convey a youthful appearance in general. As such, buttock enhancement surgery is often a viable option for patients who hope to reshape their physique to create a more aesthetically balanced and youthful appearance. The procedure is designed to fill the upper quadrant of your buttocks so that the butt appears lifted and perky. The resulting effect is a more attractive and sensuous appearance overall.
Brazilian Butt Lift shapes the body by removing fat usually from those unwanted areas such as back, abdomen, thighs and hips and transferring it to the buttocks area. Butt implants on the other hand are made of silicone or saline implants and inserted into the buttocks.
Yes, additional areas of your body may be eligible for Liposuction along with the Brazilian Butt Lift. Ask one of our srgical care coordinator to learn more about these options.
Results varies significantly from patient to patient depending on the surgeon, the patient’s body and other factors. The body can absorb anywhere from 20% to 95% of the transferred fat. This means that the surgeon will transfer more fat than is actually wanted to compensate for that which will be reabsorbed. That said; fat transfers tend to last longer than other fillers, with results reportedly lasting for years instead of months.
The patient would need to have sufficient fat in other areas of the body including abdomen, thighs, back and hips to be removed using liposuction. Overweight patients might have to lose some weight before Brazilian Butt Lift or opt for a different procedure, CG Cosmetic Surgery requires a BMI below 31.
Are there such things as cheap BBL? Yes, we all heard stories in the news in which patients were injected with toxic foreign substances into their buttocks, causing a variety of health issues. Be kind to yourself and make sure the physician performing the BBL is a board-certified plastic surgeon with extensive experience.


Butt Implants

Butt implants are also known as butt augmentations and gluteoplasty. It’s an option that many people choose to improve both the shape and size of the buttocks. This procedure can also reduce the look of cellulite and provide a rounded well-toned lift to the area.
While it’s most common among women, men are known to receive butt implants as a permanent solution to body issues too. If you are considering having this procedure done, there is a lot to know first. The most important differences between the different types of butt augmentations are the materials your doctor will use.
Silicone is a durable and flexible material that’s often used for various implants such as those in the hips, butt, and breasts. The material is known to withstand pressure and excessive wear.
When a surgeon performs a butt augmentation with silicone implants, they make an incision and lift the gluteus maximus to create sort of a pocket for each implant. The silicone used is a soft, gel-like material that is carefully positioned before the surgeon closes the incision.
In the majority of cases, patients heal four weeks after receiving implants. However, they are up and moving within three days of the surgery. Because this surgery is more invasive than alternatives, the recovery can be painful. 
During the healing process, it’s important to follow your doctor’s care instructions and limit your physical activity. These limitations will reduce the possibility of having the implants shift or rotate while they are healing. This movement can cause lopsided results.
While it might be tempting to show off your new implants with tight clothing, it’s best to wear loose-fitting bottoms with an elastic waist like sweats, palazzo pants, and harem pants.
Additionally, you will need to take care of the incision and keep the area clean. It’s possible that there will be some swelling.
There is also a risk of nerve or muscle damage, bleeding, and infection. Some patients have experienced leaking implants and fluid build ups as well.
After your implant surgery, you will see the results right away. But it can take a full 6 to 8 months for you to get used to the feeling of them in your body and move as you previously did.

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