Butt Augmentation Done with Fat Injections. Looks Worse Now. Didn't Know This Could Happen? Need a Fix?
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Brazilan Butt Lift
It is evident that there is fat above and below the dimpling in the buttocks.
Such dimpling can be repaired with fat grafting, but one need to releasr the scarring or the septae that adhere to the skin and the fascia below. It may require smoothing the fat above and below the dimpling with minor liposuction of very prominent areas. Such repair may require multiple sessions to correct. Your expectations of the correction should be moderate as well. Scars do not take fat easily. The fat graft need to be put in the superficial plane and deep plane.
All this is technique dependant and you need some one with experience. Post operative care is very important with a good girdle. avoid sitting on that areas, you can use doughnut pillows may be two or three of them to avoid pressure on the areas of fat grafting.
Remember correction of deformities after surgery is much more difficult than the original surgery. Fat graft take can be from 62% to 80% in the best of techniques. That is also why multiple procedures are required.
Cellulite after BBL
It is hard to judge whether you had the cellulite before surgery without seeing your pre-op photos. Cellulite is typically NOT corrected by fat grafting, although there may be some correction or improvement with the fat grafting. If it is indeed from cellulite, your surgeon will first need to release fibrous septa going from the subcutaneous fat to the skin, which causes the dimpled appearance. After this is done, fat grafting can be used to fill in the area. Make sure you do not sit on it for at least 3 weeks!!!
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