Should I Get a Brazilian Butt Lift or Butt Implants?
Hi, I am 20 years old. I am interested in modeling. But, I don't have a perfect figure. My butt is lacking fullness. It doesn't have a perfect shape and size. I am really worried about this. Because of this reason, I can't stay away from my passion. So, I am planning to undergo a buttock lift surgery from a clinic in Toronto. One of my friends suggested this clinic for me. She is planning to undergo her breast lift surgery there. But before undergoing the treatment, I would like to know how long it takes to get the desired result after the surgery? Also, I read about Brazilian butt lift surgery. This surgery uses our own fat to enhance the size and shape of the buttocks. A surgeon first performs liposuction to remove fat from other areas of the body and then injects that fat into the butt cheeks and outer hips. Also, I read about butt implants. Which procedure is good and safe? If anybody knows about this, please help me with your replies.
There are advantages and disadvantages to Brazilian Butt Lift and buttock implants. The BBL uses your own fat to augment the size and shape while the implant uses a prosthesis to accomplish this goal. There are many factors that go into deciding which might be best for you, and an in-person consultation is usually the best way to start. In either situation, you should make sure that the expectations that your surgeon discusses with you match what your goals are. Best of luck!
A Brazilian Butt Lift (BBL) has become the more common option for buttock augmentation. The procedure involves harvesting fat from different parts of the body such as the abdomen, flanks, back, and legs and injecting it into the buttocks. It also involves sculpting the buttocks by remove the fat around them. The limitation is that you need a certain amount of fat elsewhere on your body to inject it into the buttocks. Buttock implants involve an incision or two and the insertion of silicone implants. This does not require that you have excess fat to graft, but it does run a higher risk of infection. Some patients also complain that the implants, which are solid, feel unnatural.