Amount of fat required to achieve a large behind with brazilian butt lift
There’s a popular misconception that people with the normal body weight are not good candidates for Brazilian butt lift. Little do they know that they have more fat tissue in their body than what they think. In fact, overweight people are being advised by their surgeons to lose some weight first before performing the plastic surgery. How much fat is needed for a Brazilian butt lift?
Here’s the top question. Lifting procedure involves harvesting fat from specific regions of the body while that patient is under sedation. This process is also same as liposuction. The fat required for the lifting procedure depends on the patient’s anatomy and his/her desired result. In most case, no less than 700-800 cc of pure fat (it should be processed and the blood and other fluids must be removed) needs to be injected in each buttock.
Among the most common setback of this procedure is the ability of the fat to resist in the new area and not dispersed. To avoid this problem, surgeons inject the fat slowly and in different layers, area by area and even under the buttocks muscles. The Brazilian butt lift can last up to three hours, depending on the patient’s anatomy.