BRAZILIAN BUTT LIFT (BBL)
What is Brazilian Butt Lift (BBL)?
If there is a lack of tissue in the butt and hip area, the butt appears low and hangs over the leg. This causes an unpleasant appearance. In addition, if there is fat on the waist and back, feminine lines disappear.
Buttock fat injection surgery is a surgery to shape the central body region. In other words, the waist, butt and upper legs are reshaped. Another name for this is the Brazilian Butt Lift.
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First Stage of the Surgery; Liposuction, Fat Removal
Removing the fat stored in certain parts of the body under local or general anesthesia is called liposuction.
Depending on the fat distribution of the patient, the amount of excess weight, as well as the areas where the patient complains of excess fat, first liposuction (fat removal) is performed.
Fat is definitely removed from the waist and back. The abdomen, upper legs and thighs are also the areas where fat is removed for this surgery. As a result, I am thinning the waist area. This constitutes the first move of the surgery.
Second Stage of the Surgery; Fat Injection
It is the stage of injecting the fats taken to the necessary places to ensure the fullness of the butt.
The extracted fats are filled to the butt, even more to the upper part of the butt, by means of special cannulas. In this way, the desired fullness is formed. As a result, the butt looks raised and upright.
Buttock Fat Injection Surgery Process
The main determinant of the surgical process is the liposuction stage. In other words, depending on how much fat is removed from which areas, the patient is sick for 1 or 2 days.
stays in the hospital. Postoperative corset is used to prevent swelling and fluid collection in the areas where liposuction is performed. The corset is used for 1 month.
We provide special pillows to prevent the injected oils from being exposed to pressure, and these pillows should be used for 2-3 weeks, and then the patient can continue his normal life.
Theoretically, 60% of the injected fat remains after the surgery. The rest dissolves and disappears over time. Accordingly, after the edema after the surgery, the body shows itself within a few months.