Brazillian Butt Lift
The Brazilian Butt Lift also known as Fat Grafting, Fat Injections, Lipo transfer and Autologous Fat Transfer, Butt Fat Transfer and Buttock Augmentation. The Brazilian Butt Lift is a medical procedure that involves the harvesting of fat cells from one part of the body, purifying them, and then injecting them into another place in your body. The purpose of Fat Transfer is to augment or full in volume deficient buttock area.
When Do We Recommend a Brazilian Butt Lift?
Fat Transfers are performed on people who have overall good health and who have a realistic expectation of what the procedure is and what it can do for you. We suggest that smokers stop smoking before and following the procedure as smoking has proven to slow down the healing process and can hinder result. The most critical factor to consider is that you need to have adequate fat deposits to use for the fat transfer procedure.
Traditionally, Fat Transfer has been used to surgically fill and soften edges of smaller localised areas. Plastic and Aesthetic Specialists view Fat Transfers as a better options for sculpting larger areas of the body. Plastic Surgeons are using Fat Transfer methods more and more as an alternative to artificial body implants. Fat Transfer involves your own fat cells which means that it is bio-compatible and limits the risks associated with other treatment options. *
When Do We Advise Against It?
At the time of consultation our doctor will assess the patient both with respect to the prior medical and surgical history and the patients current state of health. An assessment will also be done of the areas desired to be treated and to determine whether on not you have fat deposits or unwanted areas of fat that can be used for the fat transfer. Based on a clinical assessment the doctor will make a recommendation for treatment. Any patient whose assessment poses risk factors will be advised against the treatment and alternate solutions sought. *
The Fat Transfer treatment cannot be performed on pregnant women, those suffering from liver disease or patients fitted with a pacemaker. Other clinical conditions are assessed individually and are discussed in consultation.
How Does It Work?
The Brazilian Butt Lift or Butt Fat Transfer for body sculpting has become a craze all around the world. Specialists perform a long lasting body contouring procedure to achieve and attain a shapelier bottom with curves in all the right places. This body sculpting procedure used for both the breast and butt area created by gently manipulating the transferred fat to create a more rounded smooth contour in all the right places. *
What Are The Unwanted Effects / Risks Of The Treatment?
As with any medical or surgical procedure, there are risks associated with this procedure and complications that may result from oral medications and the healing process. Although there is less risk associated with Fat Transfer and less changes of having any allergic reaction, there are several common risks to be expected following your procedure. The most common include bruising, swelling, stiffness, redness on the skin, bumps or uneven skin and asymmetry may also occur. You can reduce the potential complications by following the Specialist’s instructions both before and following your procedure. *
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