Cheaper Butt Injections Better Than Brazilian Butt Lift Results?

Results of Brazilian Butt Lift procedure doesn't seem very impressive. After seeing before/after pics of Brazilian butt lifts on this website and others. I'm not very impressed, especially due to the cost.

I know women who have the illegal injections done and it looks ten times better, not to mention ridiculously cheaper. I would think for all the money you're spending (on average over $10,000) your butt would look great but it doesn't seem to be the case.

Of course the safest method is the Brazilian but I can't bring myself to spend over $10,000 dollars for results that are just...okay. Am I missing something?

Doctor Answers 3

Cheaper Butt Injections Better Than Brazilian Butt Lift Results?

If you are referring to silicone injections be careful of quite dangerous complications. Seek a plastic surgeon who performs hundreds of these procedures, has great reviews and photos, and is an expert in this field.

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Brazilian butt lifts are the safest method for gluteal augmentation

I do not recommend any other injections to the buttocks except for your own fat. Although other methods are cheaper (silicone oil), the results are permanent and if complications occur, the only way to remove these foreign substances is to perform surgical removal or debridement, which can cause severe (and often permanent) disfigurement and scarring. The reason brazilian butt lifts are expensive is because they are very time consuming. The fat harvest takes the longest, when the surgeon turns the patient in different positions during surgery in order to harvest the fat. The benefit is that you get the bonus of body contouring from liposuction of the donor sites. Consider gluteal implants if you want more impressive results, good luck!

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