How the fat is processed before injecting into the buttocks during a brazilian
When it comes to performing a Brazilian buttock augmentation, liposuction is used to remove fat and they are needed to be processed prior to injection. Surgeons, however, have different ways of harvesting the fat. But it always comes down to this, the less you do to the fat, the higher chance of a better outcome.
Here is how I perform this procedure:
The fat that is being collected and stored in the sterile canisters must be first decanted. Most of the fluid will settle at the bottom of the canister and they can be removed by opening a valve. After the decanting procedure, there are still about 40-50% of fat with a mixture of fluid. This is not recommended to be injected as it will affect the result. Once the body reabsorbs the excess fluid, the results will significantly decrease.
So what is the best thing to do?
As a skilled practitioner, I found out a great way. This is by the use of a strainer. I covered the strainer with a specialized membrane. The fat is able to stay on the top while the excess fluid is being removed. This procedure produces a pure and fully concentrated fat. The best way of getting the desired result is by processing the fat in such a way that only highly concentrated fat lobules remain before being injected into the regions of the buttocks that require enhancement.
The processed fat will then be put into syringes and injected into regions that have deficiencies. The positive long term results also depend on the surgeon’s technique in doing this critical part of the procedure. While every surgeon can harvest fat and inject them back after processing, there is a strict protocol that everyone must follow in order to achieve the desired and safe result.