How Long Do I Have to Wait to Redo a Brazilian Butt Procedure?

I am only 2 weeks into my surgery and although the lipo areas look great my main objective was the Brazilian Butt. I am not a big person but the surgeon was able to extract plenty of fat of which all was not used (the good fat). Apparently some of the fat started coming out so they stopped at that point and did not put anymore in. I'm not sure how much I have in each side. I do feel full but I'm not plumpy like I wanted. I know what I have now is not going to miraculously plump up.

Doctor Answers (7)

I would wait at least three months

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Hello

Thank you for the question.  I would wait at least three months to add additional fat to your buttocks for several reasons.  The first is that it takes about three months to really have a excellent idea of how much of the fat has survived.  It will also take some time for your Buttock tissue to relax and allow additional fat to be placed.  Give yourself these three months at least to recuperate.  You will also feel a little better in terms of the areas that were previously harvested.

All the best

Dr. Remus Repta


Scottsdale Plastic Surgeon
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How Long Do I Have to Wait to Redo a Brazilian Butt Procedure?

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Hello,

Thanks for your question! I would recommend waiting at least three months to redo a Brazilian Butt Lift procedure. Your body is still in the healing process from the first surgery, so it still needs time to fully heal.


Best wishes,

Dr. Newall

German Newall, MD
Houston Plastic Surgeon
4.5 out of 5 stars 13 reviews

How Long Do I Have to Wait to Redo a Brazilian Butt Procedure?

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Thank you for your question .

There is no exact time for this procedure but i recommend at least 6 months, and what you should do while waiting is gain the weight needed to have the results you are looking.


Choose a board certified plastic surgeon who has done a ton of Brazilian Butt Lifts and has privileges to do this surgery at a local university hospital. This says his credentials have been checked out by fellow Drs. All surgeries carry risk, talk to your plastic surgeon and choose one wisely.

Mel T. Ortega, MD
Miami Plastic Surgeon
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