The Brazilian Butt Lift Surgery Process In Dallas, Texas

There are two different types of Brazilian butt lift procedures..

The Brazilian Butt Lift Surgery Process In Dallas, Texas

There are two different types of Brazilian butt lift procedures that can be performed by the North Texas Plastic Surgery Center in Dallas, Texas. A traditional butt lift procedure is invasive and requires anesthesia. During your initial consultation, your doctor will discuss whether they will perform a butterfly, lateral, upper or lower incision into your buttocks. They may decide to remove any additional stubborn fat or tissue during this process. After that, your surgeon will re-position what tissue remains resulting in a perkier backside. Some patients may opt for buttock implants which are silicone materials created based on your texture, size and shape preferences. If implants were chosen, your surgeon will place them at this point.

 

A Brazilian butt lift will enhance the shape and size of your backside to compliment your existing figure. It is very popular to have fat transfer performed with a traditional butt lift procedure. Your surgeon will take stubborn fat from other areas of your body and inject it directly into your buttocks. The staff at Dallas Surgery Arts in Dallas, Texas can recommend reserving fat from your abdomen, back, thighs or other areas. Usually, liposuction requires local anesthesia. However, if you need more extensive fat removal you will probably need general anesthesia.

 

After your Brazilian butt lift surgery, your final result will be a fuller, rounder backside that looks natural. The healing process is very important to achieve beautiful results. You will need to go to each follow-up appointment and follow your doctors aftercare instructions. Immediately after your surgery you may experience bruising and swelling. You should make sure you have someone that will be able to drive you home after the procedure. Your doctor may recommend that you lie down on your side putting the least amount of pressure on your buttocks as possible. Lying on your back can interfere with your results and your recovery. Generally, it takes longer to recover from a traditional butt lift surgery compared to a Brazilian butt lift procedure.