BRAZILIAN BUTT LIFT
A Brazilian Butt Lift (BBL) is a popular cosmetic surgical procedure aimed at enhancing the shape, volume, and overall appearance of the buttocks. This transformative procedure has gained significant popularity in recent years due to its ability to create fuller and more shapely buttocks, resulting in a more curvaceous and youthful figure.
Dr Sooka performs the Brazilian Butt Lift surgery in Sandton, at the Mediclinic Sandton hospital.
The BBL procedure involves a combination of liposuction and fat transfer techniques. First, Dr Sooka performs liposuction to remove excess fat from specific areas of the body, such as the abdomen, hips, thighs, or lower back. This harvested fat is carefully processed and purified to prepare it for transfer.
After the fat has been purified, Dr Sooka then injects it into various areas of the buttocks to create the desired shape and volume. The fat is strategically placed to sculpt and contour the buttocks, providing a lifted and rounded appearance.
One of the benefits of a Brazilian Butt Lift is that it utilizes the patient's own fat, which makes the procedure more natural and reduces the risk of rejection or allergic reactions. Additionally, liposuction in the donor areas helps to further enhance the overall body contour by removing excess fat.
Recovery after a Brazilian Butt Lift requires patience and adherence to post-operative instructions. Wearing a compression garment is often recommended to help reduce swelling and support the newly contoured buttocks.
During the initial recovery phase, it is crucial to avoid sitting or lying directly on the buttocks to allow the transferred fat cells to establish a blood supply and survive. This typically means using special pillows or cushions to minimize pressure on the buttocks. Strenuous activities and exercise should also be avoided during this time to ensure proper healing.
As with any surgical procedure, there are potential risks and complications associated with a Brazilian Butt Lift. These can include infection, bleeding, scarring, asymmetry, fat absorption, or the formation of blood clots.
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