Brazilian Butt LiftWhat’s a Brazilian Butt Lift? It certainly sounds exotic–as if butt lifts alone weren’t exotic enough of a procedure–but how does it differ from a normal butt lift?

If you’re at all interested in changing the appearance of your gluteal area, the Brazilian Butt Lift may just be the greatest bang for your buck procedure.

The Brazilian Butt Lift vs. the Synthetic Implant

Typically, butt implants have been synthetic implants. The Brazilian Butt Lift differs in that the lift actually comes from fat — taken from another part of the body.

Why? Fat can be taken from a problem area such as the love handles. This ends up having a dual effect of fat reduction in an area individuals usually want to reduce fat. Implanting this fat into the buttocks, then, has a synergistic effect: increasing the size of the butt while trimming the waist line, improving the hourglass shape.

The fat is a perfect implant. Not only is it exceedingly safe (having been taken from the patient’s own body), and therefore has no chance of the patient having an allergic reaction to foreign matter, but scarring is also minimized in the procedure. The redistributed fat looks and feels natural in the buttocks.

Am I a Good Candidate for a Brazilian Butt Lift?

If you’re looking to trim your waistline while also increasing the size of your buttocks, then the Brazilian Butt Lift might be the perfect procedure for you.

For individuals that already have a slim physique, synthetic implants might be a better option — if they don’t have the localized fat deposits necessary to sufficiently augment the buttocks.

Recovery from a Brazilian buttlift can take about two to three weeks before they can consider returning to work.

Want to know more about the procedure? Call here (301) 244-0277 or check here for more options.


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