What Are the Risks of Brazilian Butt Lift?
In Brazilian butt lift, there are specific risks related to the procedure, and general risks pretty much related to any plastic surgery.
Some specific risks include contour irregularity, blood clots, fat embolism, asymmetry, hardening of the buttocks, and loss of volume as the fat is absorbed by the body. These risks are rare, but they do exist. Most of these risks can be avoided with precise care and expertise in the operating room, and some of these risks, even if they occur, can be treated non-surgically after your procedure, and may not require any surgical revision at all.
General risks, which pretty much exist for all types of plastic surgery, include bleeding, infection, stiffness, swelling, bruising, and numbness in the general area.
It is very important to tell me about ALL of your health risks, medications, medical illnesses, and anything else in your health history to give you the best care possible in the operating room. Of course, the care that you show for your own body AFTER your Brazilian butt lift will also effect your final cosmetic results. Make sure to follow all instructions and take care of yourself after surgery!