brazilian-butt-liftAre you ready to say “Goodbye!” to your flat butt and “Hello!” to a curvier, sexier derrière? If you’re frustrated from doing squats and lunges at the gym, but seeing no results, then it might be time to consider a Brazilian butt lift. This popular Beverly Hills procedure includes removing fat from your problem areas including your abdomen, love handles, and thighs, purifying that fat and then injecting it into your gluteal muscles. The results are a beautifully sculpted butt that looks sexy and natural!

If you’ve already been researching Brazilian butt lifts on the Internet, you may have read that not all the fat that is injected into the buttocks remains. And you might be wondering, “How can I make my Brazilian butt lift results last longer?” Well, you’ve come to the right place! Beverly Hills plastic surgeon Dr. Bruno is committed to helping his patients achieve the results they desire, and we are here to answer all your questions about Brazilian butt lifts.

How a Brazilian Butt Lift Works

When your fat graft is injected into the gluteal muscle, it immediately begins looking for a blood supply, before its nutrients run out. But it can take three to four days for blood vessels to form to the fat graft. And even after they form, those blood vessels are weak for the first few days after a Brazilian butt lift. In fact, it can take up to two weeks for the extracellular matrix surrounding the fat graft to strengthen to the point that it can endure more than just minor stress.

Follow Doctor’s Orders

Because your buttocks will be in such a fragile condition immediately following a Brazilian butt lift, it’s important that you follow all of Dr. Bruno’s post-op instructions. This means that you cannot sit on your buttocks for two weeks following your procedure. I know what you’re thinking. “How can I avoid sitting for two whole weeks?!” Trust us; it is possible. By using pillows under your thighs to modify your seated position, to sitting on your side and lying on your side or stomach as opposed to your back and buttocks, you can keep unnecessary pressure off your butt.

In addition to avoiding sitting, you should also avoid any and all exercise for two months following a Brazilian butt lift procedure. And let’s face it. After all that time you’ve spent in the gym trying to transform your flat butt into a curvaceous booty, you deserve a break! Workout regimes such as squats and lunges can be damaging to the fat cells in a Brazilian butt lift, so they should be avoided at all costs. Additionally, fat-burning cardio can inadvertently burn up the newly injected fat in your buttocks. For these reasons, Dr. Bruno recommends all his Beverly Hills patients avoid any exercise for two months following their Brazilian butt lift.

Call Us Today

If you’re finally ready to get that voluptuous rear end that you’ve always wanted, then what are you waiting for?

Call us today at our Beverly Hills office at 310-461-3855 to schedule a free consultation.