If you’re reading this, you’re planning to undergo fat transfer to the buttocks. And yes, the procedure is as complex as it sounds. Otherwise known as the Brazilian Butt Lift, women do it to achieve a curvier hourglass figure, akin to a Hollywood celebrity like Kim Kardashian. And while there is nothing wrong with that, it wouldn’t be wise to blindly dive in without knowing what you’re getting into.
This article should answer any question you may have about this procedure and what to expect from it.
How Much Fat Is Needed?
This will depend on which body parts you’d want to be done and how frequent the procedure will be. But according to experts, the amount of fat to be extracted should not go beyond 11 pounds. This is regardless of the patient’s body weight or body mass index (BMI).
How Safe is This Procedure?
In a nutshell, here’s how the procedure works: doctors take a certain amount of fat from another part of the body to place it in the butt. There aren’t external procedures going on, and there is a slim to zero chance that your body rejects the fat extracted from it.
And given the advancement in technology, such procedures are much safer compared to how they are about a decade ago.
But of course, in order to prevent any unpleasant side effects, you must follow the doctor’s advice on aftercare practices.
How Long Is the Recovery Time?
Piggybacking from the previous point, proper recovery will depend on how you take care of yourself post-surgery. But if we will specify a timeline, it should take about two to three weeks before you feel normal again. However, a full recovery may take about six months.
We Guarantee a Safe Fat Transfer to Buttocks Procedure
Safety is understandably one of the key concerns of this procedure. And if you choose us at Venice Beach Surgical Center, we will guarantee that you will have nothing to worry about.
Just by looking at our patient testimonials, you’ll see how much trust people put in us. That’s all thanks to Dr Augusto Rojas, who’s established himself as a respected name in cosmetic surgery.
If you want to know more about us and what we do, visit our website or call us at (310) 391-7143.