Brazilian Butt Lift

Conveniently located to serve the areas of New Jersey and the Tri-state Area

“Elevate your confidence, sculpt your Brazilian beauty!”


Is a Brazilian Butt Lift a painful procedure?

Pain levels can vary among patients, but most individuals experience some discomfort or soreness following the surgery. Pain medications and proper post-operative care can help manage any discomfort during the recovery period.

How long does it take to see the final results of a Brazilian Butt Lift?

It can take several weeks to months to see the final results of a Brazilian Butt Lift. The buttocks may initially appear swollen, and some of the transferred fat may be absorbed by the body. However, once the healing process is complete, the final outcome becomes more apparent.

Can weight gain or loss affect the results of a Brazilian Butt Lift?

Weight fluctuations can impact the results of a Brazilian Butt Lift. It’s important to maintain a stable weight and follow a healthy lifestyle to preserve the long-term results.

Can I sit or lie on my buttocks after a Brazilian Butt Lift?

It’s generally advised to avoid sitting or lying directly on the buttocks for at least a couple of weeks after surgery. Sitting or lying on a special cushion or using alternative positions is recommended to protect the newly transferred fat cells and optimize the results.

Will My Butt Feel and Look Natural?

A Brazilian butt lift is a fat transfer procedure, meaning fat cells from one area of your body, such as your waist, thighs, or hips, are removed via liposuction and injected into the buttocks. This increases volume in the area without the use of an implant, and the end result is much more natural. It’s important to note that during the first few months after the surgery, some patients report the area feels tighter and more firm than they expected. This is perfectly normal and subsides after a few months to its final result.

Can I Wear Jeans and “Normal” Clothes?

It is recommended to wear loose, comfortable clothing during the healing process. For the first six weeks after the procedure, you’ll need to wear compression garments to encourage healing and improve your results, so jeans, leggings, or snug-fitting pants may be uncomfortable. Also, these items may actually damage the recently transferred fat cells and prevent them from growing properly within the buttocks, thus negatively affecting your results.

How Will I Go to the Restroom After a BBL?

While sitting on your buttocks is not recommended, there are some occasions when it’s unavoidable — specifically going to the restroom. To ease discomfort, a rolled towel on the front of the seat to go under your thighs can help. Also, try to avoid extended periods of time in the restroom — an over-the-counter stool softener after the procedure may be helpful.

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