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Brazilian Butt Lift

A Brazilian butt lift is a popular cosmetic treatment that involves transferring fat to your bottom to help generate greater fullness.

Procedure :

Fat grafting is used in a Brazilian butt lift, which produces natural-looking results. The steps in the technique are as follows:

The surgery is normally done under anaesthesia, although in cases when only a tiny amount of fat is transferred, simply local anaesthesia may be used (numbing medication). If anaesthesia makes you sick, you can ask for anti-nausea medicine ahead of time.

The fat from other parts of your body, such as your hips, stomach, and thighs, is then removed through liposuction. Liposuction is a procedure that includes creating incisions in the skin and then removing fat from the body with a tube.
The fat that was just extracted from your body is cleansed and prepared for injection into your buttocks.
To get a more rounded, full appearance, your surgeon injects the processed fat into certain areas of the buttocks. For fat transfers, they make three to five incisions around the buttocks.
Stitches are used to seal both liposuction and fat transfer incisions. To reduce the danger of bleeding, your surgeon will apply a compression garment to the afflicted portions of skin.

Benefits :

A Brazilian buttock lift, as opposed to other forms of buttock surgery, such as the implantation of silicone buttock implants, is said to produce more natural-looking results while also increasing the roundness of your rear.

It can also assist with concerns like sagging and shapelessness, which are common as people become older.

If you’re disturbed by figure imbalances that make it difficult to wear clothing comfortably, you might want to explore the treatment.
In comparison to silicone buttock implants, Brazilian buttock lifts also have a decreased risk of infection. It has a better safety profile than other compounds like silicone caulking and sealants, which are occasionally illegally injected into the buttocks by people who aren’t licensed to do so.

Side effects :

When compared to other operations, such as silicone buttock implants, a Brazilian buttock lift may pose fewer risks. Nonetheless, like with any surgery, this technique carries the potential of adverse effects, some of which might be life-threatening. These are some of them:

  • infection.
  • scarring.

Suctioned or injected areas cause pain and lumps under the skin.
Due to a deep infection, there is a loss of skin in the treated areas.
Fat embolism can be fatal if it occurs in the heart or lungs.

Recovery :

A Brazilian butt lift, like any other cosmetic procedure, necessitates extra caution. For the first two weeks after surgery, you won’t be able to sit on your buttocks, and you’ll have to sleep on your side or stomach until the area has healed entirely.

As you recuperate from surgery, your buttocks might be puffy for a few weeks.

The results of this procedure can endure anywhere from a few months to a few years in total.

It’s possible that you’ll need more than one surgery to get the exact outcomes you’re looking for at first. It can also take up to six months for the full effects of the original treatment to become apparent.

Practical Information
2 to 4 hours
General anaesthesia
1-night stay is usually required
2 weeks to go back to work
Total rest during the first 24 hours; use of compression garment; take medication according to medical advice; No strenuous activities; avoid sitting on your butt for the first week.


The Brazilian buttlift varies from person to person. Depending on a variety of factors, including your individual needs and aesthetic goals, costs may rise or fall.

Your Brazilian buttlift’s results are semi-permanent. Because the fat cells in your body change over time.

Buttock lift is used to correct congenital, traumatic, and acquired defects and deformities of the buttocks and the anatomy of the gluteal region, as well as to improve the appearance of the buttocks’ contour.