Brazilian butt lift (BBL) is used to add volume to the buttocks. If your bottom is flat, saggy, or otherwise ill-suited to your frame, BBL can help to create ideal contours and produce a fuller, more womanly, and more desirable appearance.
By adding volume to the backside, BBL offers several benefits. Among these are:
- Producing ideal symmetry between the derriere and the rest of the body
- Eliminating dimples, sagging skin, and pockets of lumpy fat
- Enhancing clothing options
- Sculpting and toning another area of the body
The fat used for BBL is taken from your own body. There are several reasons for this, chief among them being that your body is unlikely to reject its own fat, which allows BBL to produce predictable and long-lasting results. An additional benefit offered by this process is the sculpting of the donor area.
Fat for BBL is taken from an area of the body with plenty to spare. This could be the thighs, hips, belly, back, or anywhere else with sufficient fat to enhance the buttocks without endangering the health of the patient. During your initial consultation, board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. Brenda Schiesel will carefully evaluate your frame, provide options for donor sites, and design a procedure that addresses all of your concerns.
Am I a Good Candidate for BBL?
You might be a good candidate for BBL if you are unhappy with the appearance of your buttocks and have enough fat on another part of your body to harvest for augmentation. In addition, butt lift candidates should be non-smokers who are in generally good health and have time to rest and recover following surgery.
During your initial consultation, Dr. Schiesel will listen to all of your questions, provide honest information about the benefits and limitations of this procedure, and help you make the best decision for your body and your aesthetic goals.
If you would like to learn what a BBL could do for you, please call South Tulsa Plastic Surgery at 918-518-5144 to schedule a consultation with Dr. Schiesel today. Located in Tulsa, we welcome patients from all surrounding Oklahoma communities, including Broken Arrow, Jenks, and Owasso.