More women are seeking buttock enhancement because they are unhappy with the size of their butt. The Brazilian butt lift with fat transfer has become very popular for many, but it may not be the right procedure for everyone. If you are wondering – How do I know if I am a candidate for a Brazilian butt lift?This article tells you how.
What is the Brazilian butt lift?
The Brazilian butt lift is a butt enhancement procedure that uses fat from another part of your body to augment the buttocks. The procedure is done to shape and contour the buttocks, and give it a more youthful profile. Brazilian butt lift uses your own fat to produce natural looking results.
The fat used for the procedure is extracted via liposuction from areas such as the abdomen, lower back, hips, and flanks. The fat is then processed and purified, before being injected into different areas of the buttocks.
Are you a candidate for a Brazilian butt lift?
To be a good candidate for a Brazilian butt lift, you must have enough fat in the typical donor areas already mentioned. This is the main factor that will determine your suitability, because sufficient fat must be available for transfer to the buttocks. If you have very little fat in these areas, you would not be a good candidate.
Candidates for the Brazilian butt lift must also be in good health and have realistic expectations about surgery.
If you are thinking about undergoing a Brazilian butt lift, be sure to visit a qualified board certified plastic surgeon for an evaluation.
Clients in the Washington, D.C. and Baltimore, M.D. areas can contact Dr. Nia Banks of the Beaux Arts Institute of Plastic Surgery, Lanham, MD for a consultation. Call 301-880-7022 today, to schedule an appointment.