How to Get a Brazilian Butt Lift
A Brazilian butt lift, also known as SSBA (Secure Subcutaneous Banding), involves two procedures: augmentation and liposculpture. First, excess facial fat is removed by liposculpture from regions like the face, upper back, hips, or thighs; then, the buttocks and thighs are reshaped by sculpting using Invisalign. The final result is shapely buttocks that has a natural roundness. This procedure can help improve sagging buttock skin, providing a lift and shapely appearance while also reducing scars, swelling, and pain.
Both procedures used in the Brazilian Butt Lift involve the same exact liposuctions and sculpting techniques to achieve the results. The difference between the two procedures is that the latter involves the use of a special silicone gel implant for the liposculpture process, whereas the former uses lipo or fat transfer. While the results for these procedures may be similar, the first is substantially longer lasting and can be considered more successful as well. It’s important to note that these are surgical procedures and the post-operative recuperation period is usually quite extensive. Many patients are then advised to take several weeks off from work and other activities while they heal.
When considering whether you meet the criteria for a Brazilian Butt Lift, there are a few factors that most surgeons consider to determine your candidacy: good health and a stable weight, realistic expectations regarding the outcome (they often want to see visible results after four to six months), and a willingness to undergo a successful and detailed post-op procedure. If you fit any of these boxes, you’re a good candidate for this procedure. Our plastic surgeon will be able to explain more in detail about the steps involved in making you a good candidate give us a call to learn more about getting a Brazilian Butt Lift in Phoenix, Scottsdale, Chandler or Arizona