Just like the breasts, the bottom can also be enlarged and shaped. The most common method used here is your own fat. True to its name, the so-called Brazilian Butt Lift comes from Brazil and has become increasingly popular worldwide in recent years. Due to increasing demand, surgical techniques are constantly being developed in order to achieve the best possible results through gentle and low-risk procedures.

Cades Clinic’s leading specialists strive for surgical results that look natural. Merely introducing your own fat does not make your butt beautiful. Therefore, shaping the buttocks contour is an important part of this procedure. This is the only way to achieve an aesthetically pleasing result. But this article will also introduce you to an alternative method of buttock enlargement below.

Who is a ideal candidate for a BBL?

Fat that is foreign to the body is not suitable for buttock enlargement as it would be rejected by the body. The fat required for the treatment is therefore obtained from areas of ​​the patient’s body which offer sufficient fat reserves.
Perfect candidates for BBL surgery may include:

*Those with a generally healthy and active lifestyle
*Those who have a sufficient amount of fatty tissue in their hips, belly, back
*Those whose fatty tissue can be harvested from other parts of the body
*Those who want a full and rounded look for their hips
*Those who tolerate surgical aesthetic procedures

Unfortunately, this procedure is not suitable for very slim patients, as large amounts of fat cannot be removed.
Alternatives include silicone implants for the bottom.
Slight buttock sagging, for example after weight loss, can also be corrected using the Brazilian Butt Lift.

BBL Step By Step Explained!

Before any procedure takes place at Cades Clinic, there is always a mandatory consultation in advance. This is the only way to get to know the patient, his or her more precise ideas and a possible medical history. Since a surgical procedure always places a certain amount of strain on the body, the patient should be in good physical (and psychological) condition.
The procedure usually lasts 2-3 hours and is carried out under general anesthesia.
The operation is divided into two main processes. In the first step, vaser liposuction removes excess fat from other areas of the body, such as the stomach, hips, back and thighs. The procedure is similar to that of conventional liposuction, with the difference that the removed fat is collected with a special lipocollector and then cleaned and processed. It is then injected evenly into the tissue of the buttocks using fine cannulas through small incisions. The fat can be positioned into the correct shape from the outside. Stitching the incisions completes the treatment.

Plastic surgeon marking woman body in clinic.

Recovery and Aftercare at Cades Clinic

What means Recovery and Aftercare at Cades Clinic?
The patients then wear a special compression garment for optimal contour adjustment and sustainable shaping. If necessary, an overnight stay in the hospital must be planned for observation. The patient should sleep on their stomach for at least 2-3 weeks. This allows the introduced fatty tissue to grow in well and changes in shape due to pressure are avoided.

It is worth knowing that some of the injected fat cells are broken down by the body. Therefore, a slightly larger amount is always injected.

BBL – Fat or Implants?

Buttock augmentation with fat injection offers several advantages over augmentation with buttock silicone implants. The body’s own donor fat is introduced in a smaller and therefore more gentle surgical incision, the wound healing of the small incisions takes much less time and the risk of side effects is also lower. However, the autologous fat method is particularly popular due to the naturalness. Many patients struggle with the thought of artificial material in their buttocks.
The donor fat is taken from an area with sufficient fat reserves. This also provides the benefit that smaller problem areas can be removed or reduced by a liposuction.

Nutrition After BBL

The big advantage of a healthy diet after liposuction is that the results of liposuction last much longer. In addition, after liposuction, blood fat levels decrease and the body’s metabolism increases. In the long term, a decrease in the feeling of hunger can be noticed after liposuction. Because fewer fat cells in the body also mean fewer calories needed and therefore less hunger. This results in reduced food intake, which in turn results in lower insulin secretion, leading to long-term weight loss.

Healthy food for balanced flexitarian mediterranean diet concept

Other benefits of a healthy diet after liposuction include:

Acceleration of the wound healing process
Prevention of nausea, vomiting and constipation caused by anesthesia
Strengthening the immune system
Increase energy and strength, especially in the first few days after surgery
Prevention of infections and inflammation
Preventing the formation of blood clots by regulating blood flow
However, to achieve this, a sensible post-liposuction diet plan is essential. Because even if the fat does not come back in the treated areas, it can appear in other areas of the body if you do not pay attention to a balanced and healthy calorie intake.
Cades Clinic’s highly qualified nutrition specialists will provide you with all the information and will provide you with a personalized nutrition plan.

Get A Free Personal Treatment Plan

Recovery and Aftercare at Cades Clinic is a crucial part of your journey to achieving the contours you desire. By following the recommended recovery schedule, wearing your BBL compression garment, taking good care of yourself, using a BBL pillow, and maintaining proper diet and exercise, you will maximize your chances of beautiful, long-lasting results.

Cades Clinic values your well-being throughout your BBL journey and aftercare. Contact Cades Clinic now for a free expert advice and support throughout your recovery and beyond.

Our specialists Dr. Sibel and Dr. Marsel are here to help you on your journey to post-operative comfort and beauty.
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