Can I sit after a Brazilian butt lift?
For two to four weeks after a Brazilian butt lift, you will not be able to sit, lie or otherwise put pressure on your buttocks. Support yourself with soft pillows and on your side or on your tummy or side as much as you can. As your recovery period progresses, use a standing desk and doughnut pillow.
Will there be scars?
Tiny incisions are made during the fat removal process. These will heal into small dots that are about five millimeters in diameter. Scars typically heal well and ultimately become almost invisible.
How long will the results last?
Results after a Brazilian butt lift are long-lasting. You will be able to enjoy a rounded, lifted contour for five years or even longer.
Can a Brazilian butt lift be combined with other procedures?
A Brazilian butt lift is already a combination procedure that combines liposuction and a butt lift. In certain cases, a Brazilian butt lift may also be combined with other procedures. A common procedure that may be combined with a Brazilian but lift is a tummy tuck, achieving a more feminine, hourglass silhouette.
How long is the procedure?
A Brazilian butt lift procedure generally takes three to four hours.
Are there any risks?
Any aesthetic surgery includes risks, such as infection, blood clots, bleeding, anesthesia complications, and others. More specific risks for a Brazilian butt lift include stretch marks and fat embolism (injected fat moving into the bloodstream and traveling to the lungs).