BBL Done Under Local IV Sedation? (photo)

Finally able to upload pics.. So as I stated in previous questions, 1) am I a good candidate for huge projection with a BBL(I weigh 176 pds,5'0- i was told by my PS that I was unrealistic) also could I possibly get good results under local with IV sedation.. Haven't heard many people speaking on local only general.. My wish is for small waist big hips and huge butt!

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BBL Done Under Local IV Sedation?

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          If you want as much projection with a high volume transfer, local with sedation is probably not a good idea.  Having to transfer 1200 cc to 2000 cc per buttock is very painful for the patient.  I perform about 500 Brazilian buttlifts each year, and this procedure is the most surgeon dependent plastic surgery procedure.  Find a plastic surgeon with ELITE credentials who performs hundreds of Brazilian buttlifts each year.  Then look at the plastic surgeon's website before and after photo galleries to get a sense of who can deliver the results.

Kenneth Hughes, MD Los Angeles, CA


Los Angeles Plastic Surgeon
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BBL Done Under Local IV Sedation?

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From your pictures you appear to have a large amount of fat and should get a great result. This will need to be done under general anesthesia though.

Kurtis Martin, MD
Cincinnati Plastic Surgeon
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BBL Is Not A Good Procedure To be Tried Under Local Or IV Sedation

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On the upside, the reduction of the abdomen and flanks for the fat harvest combined with its placement in the buttocks will make for a significant change. Whether it will make your expectations of a 'huge butt' is open to interpretation. Conversely, it is absolutely certain that you will not do well trying to do an aggressive Brazlilian Butt Lift under anything other than a general anesthetic.

Barry L. Eppley, MD, DMD
Indianapolis Plastic Surgeon
5.0 out of 5 stars 27 reviews

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