Demand for Brazilian Butt Lifts are strong and growing, but this does not mean that all plastic surgeons who offer this cosmetic surgery procedure are equally successful at performing it.

Talking To Surgeon

You need to ask the right questions in order to find the surgeon who you want to perform your Brazilian Butt Lift operation, a fat grafting procedure that will get the best results if the right technique is used, and if it is done with an aesthetic sense and with an understanding of what you are looking for

What follows, therefore, is a list of questions you should ask plastic surgeons to determine whether or not they have the right expertise and techniques to successfully conduct your Brazilian Butt Lift operation.

    1. Certification Matters

      One of the questions you need to ask plastic surgeons performing Brazilian Butt Lifts is if they're board certified. An equally important follow-up question is by whom are they certified, since the certification is only as valid as the authority that issues it. If the surgeons are certified by bodies that are not American Board of Medical Specialties or the Royal College of Surgeons in Canada accredited, then you should thank them for their time and head for the door.

    2. Experience Level

      Once you've settled the certification question, you need to ask surgeons how many Brazilian Butt Lift surgical procedures they've actually done. An answer such as, 'quite a few' isn't the sort of response you should settle for. You not only need to know a precise number – settle for no fewer than 10, but also visual evidence such as before and after photos.

    3. Procedure Process

      It's also important that you ask the surgeons to explain exactly how they conduct the Brazilian Butt Lift procedure. There are three important components, namely liposuction, fat processing, and fat reinjection. For the liposuction component, the fat should be extracted using the least traumatic technique so the fat cells to be reinjected are not damaged, usually with a fine thin cannula in order to achieve even results. For the fat processing component, fat needs to be concentrated and refined. Failure to do so will result in contaminants mixing with good cells that will be reinjected into your buttocks, and the result will be that the fat may not lead to symmetrical results.. For fat reinjection, it is important that fat be reinjected using little cannulas in tiny amounts into healthy tissue so the fat picks up a blood supply and remains “living” fat that will last.

    4. Length of Surgery

      Brazilian Butt Lifts usually taken anywhere from three to five hours due to the fact that a lot is involved in the liposuction, fat processing, and fat reinjection components. You need to ask plastic surgeons to inform you how long it typically takes them to do the surgery.

    5. Optimal Results

      You also need to ask surgeons for their opinions on what they see as the best possible result that you could hope for from a Brazilian Butt Lift. They should be able to explain what would look best on you, based on your entire body composition.

    6. Updates

      You should ask about the possibility of redos or touch-up procedures and the costs associated with them. Redos and touch-ups are required if the fat is reabsorbed, and a Brazilian Butt Lift procedure that is not done properly will more likely than not require you to go back sooner rather than later for more work.

      If you ask these 6 questions, you'll increase the odds of ending up with a qualified, professional plastic surgeon who will perform a Brazilian Butt Lift to your satisfaction.