Description: The Brazilian Butt Lift technique varies dramatically among plastic surgeons. The technique that your surgeon uses will affect not only your surgical result, but will also influence how long your results last.
I have been using the same technique for 15 years, but I have refined my processing so that you get the purest and most viable fat possible reinjected into your buttocks. This helps ensure the longest lasting result. My technique involves fat extraction with liposuction, processing of the fat, and micro reinjection of fat droplets.
Fat extraction is performed by liposuction. Fat processing involves decanting and centrifugation. The final step is the process of fat injection back into the buttocks. The process of fat reinjection involves hundreds of injections. The procedure is designed to fill the upper quadrant of your buttocks so that the butt appears lifted and perky. The resulting effect is that your profile appears more attractive and sensuous.
Suction assisted tumescent liposuction is used to extract the fat which will be later used for the fat graft to the buttocks. I first remove fat from selected areas of your body using slender, 3mm cannulas with 1mm holes. The small cannula holes allow me to collect only the smallest fat particles. I believe that small fat particles make the best fat grafts.
I do NOT use use the thicker, 5mm cannulas to remove fat as they can compromise the fat graft results and give poor results.
Re-Injection of Fat into the Buttocks, in subcutaneous region
The fat is placed or transferred to the buttocks in hundreds of injections with special cannulas. I inject small amounts of purified fat into different areas of the buttocks and at various depths so that the patient will get the highest permanent absorption rate.Thus, the procedure usually involves hundreds of micro fat injections. Correct injection methods are essential to achieve a uniform, smooth, natural appearance to the buttocks.
To avoid the risk of Pulmonary Fat Embolism, I avoid the deep muscular regions, and inject predominantly into the subcutaneous region. This is the area above the major blood vessels and helps to avoid the risk of fat embolism associated with injection in the deep planes.
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