Am I a BBL Candidate if I'm Petite? (photo)
- Asked by Heartmybutt in Florida, FL
- 4 months ago
I am 36 with 3 kids(c/s). I've had BA and would like a TT and BBL. I'm 4'11" and I weigh 101lbs. I've always been petite. Only gain when preg. I'm not interested in butt implants. Hate my square butt! I would love a heart shaped booty and so would my hubs. I have excessive loose skin in abdomen area. My goal is to gain weight B4 any consults? Confused!! If I try to gain weight, would I be able to use new fat for a BBL and not lose it? Please advise
Hi thanks for your question and posting your photos. I recommend gaining at least 10 lbs before your BBL in order to get great results.
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BBL for petite patient
You can definitely have a BBL and obtain the look you are attempting to achieve which is a better shape and fuller buttocks. I have performed this procedure on hundreds of patients, many of which had what appears to be a small excess of subcutaneous fat available for harvesting and fat grafting to the buttocks. You should seek out a board certified, plastic surgeon with experience in this type of procedure who is able to demonstrate to you similar cases to yours. Typically, patients that are in relatively good physical shape are much better candidate for body contouring procedures. Good luck.
Am I a BBL Candidate if I'm Petite?
Do not gain weight. You can get a dramatic improvement in contour and buttocks if you find the surgeon who will liposuction aggressively without creating contour deformities. The tummy tuck can be performed at the same time if you wish. Find a plastic surgeon with ELITE credentials who performs hundreds of Brazilian buttlifts and tummy tucks 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.
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Am I a BBL Candidate if I'm Petite?
You would be best to have an in person evaluation so that your surgeon can feel for the thickness of fat that you have in various areas. Depending on how much fat you have, this will determine how much of a result you can achieve. I have performed this procedure on a patient that weighed less than you, and she achieved excellent results. From her photo, you would not have thought that she would have much fat, but she did have enough to get an excellent result. This is why it is important to be evaluated in person.
Even you got a wonderfull shape your bitts might be really improved
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requirements1.-( overweight no more than 20 lbs in excess and no less than 12 lbs) we will need enough fat to transplant
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Not an Appropriate Candidate
Thank you for pictures. I understand your concern. You simply do not have enough fat to sculpt you and then to subsequently transfer. I do not think it is a great idea to gain weight just to have this procedure.
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