Brazilian Butt Lift?
What’s sexier and more youthful than a firm, shapely buttocks? Unfortunately, aging, heredity and weight fluctuations can stand in the way of achieving that goal. Thankfully, you can lift, contour, firm, correct proportional imbalances and increase the size of your butt with a Brazilian Butt Lift. The procedure uses your own fat and results in a prominent, perky buttocks as well as a more sensual body profile. Over the last few years, the buttocks has been no stranger to press coverage and this procedure has become extremely popular.
of a Brazilian Butt Lift
Naturally augments the butt with fat from your own body
Buttocks is shaped and contoured for a lifted, firmer, more youthful appearance
Creates a sensual, curvy overall body profile
Before + After
This 45-year-old mother of two visited Dr. Jung from Louisiana. She felt as if her buttocks looked deflated after the birthing of her children and wanted her clothes to fit better. Dr. Jung performed 360-degree liposuction and was able to harvest 5000cc of fat, which he injected into each buttock. The result is a larger, lifted and curvier butt.
Patients with a flat buttocks and good donor fat from the back, abdomen, hips and flanks are the best candidates. At your consultation, Dr. Jung will assess your body, discuss your goals and expectations and talk with you about the likely outcome of the procedure. He’ll tailor his approach to your needs and body type and recommend the best way to achieve the look you desire.
During the Brazilian Butt Lift procedure, Dr. Jung will use your own fat to augment and shape your butt. He first performs liposuction to remove fat from other areas of the body, such as the stomach, hips or waist. He transfers the fat to the buttocks. Additional liposuction can be done around the buttock region to improve the appearance and further lift and contour. Implants may be another option for some patients, especially if they are thin and the results they want can’t be achieved with fat injections alone.
Pre + Post
Dr. Jung will give you pre-surgery care instructions so that you’re ready for the big day when it arrives. After surgery, most patients experience some swelling and soreness that can be controlled with oral medication, though cold compresses can be used to further reduce swelling and pain. You’ll have to avoid sitting for several days to a week based on the extent of the procedure. A compression garment must be worn for two to four weeks to help contour the body. Depending on the complexity of the surgery and the nature of your occupation, you may return to work in as little as a few days after surgery or it might take up to two weeks. After approximately four weeks, you’ll feel back to normal and can resume exercise.