I am planning on getting a BBL this year. I'm 5'6 and my weight fluctuates from 135-140 lbs. it usually hangs around 138. I have excess fat On my abdomin, it bulges at the top of my pants and my body is very square. Do I have enough fat to have a good amount of projection. I know a lot of the fat absorbs so I want to know of I have enough fat to be grafted and saved.
Please Tell Me I Am an Ideal Candidate for BBL? (photo)
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An Ideal Candidate for BBL?
From your photos, you appear to be a good candidate, and should get a nicely sculpted body. beast to be seen in person for an evaluation and to discuss your medical history. Good luck!
Brazilian Butt Lift Candidate
Provided that you are otherwise healthy, you look like a great candidate for a Brazilian Butt Lift. The combination of narrowing your waist and augmenting your buttocks can really improve your figure.
Good candidate for a BBL
Dr Michael Gartner
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You are not only having fat grafting with the BBL but also body contouring and sculpting. You have ample fat deposits even now for the surgery. I would expect 80% of the grafted fat to be retained.
Brazilian Butt Lift, candidate
Removal of fat from the midsection, waist and back with re-injection of the fat into the upper outer parts of the buttocks gives a dramatic improvement to the female figure.
Conservative and proper injection of fat into the buttocks results in most of the fat surviving.
Please consult in person with an experienced Board Certified Plastic Surgeon prior to making treatment decisions.
Brazilian Butt Lift
Look at Brazilian Butt lift as a body contouring surgery, not just removing fat from some areas and injecting fat to the buttocks.
You need to look at the buttocks, the fat distribution around the buttocks, like the flanks, the lower back , then analyze the abdomen, the back and the curves required then decide what shape body you want. Then fat is harvested from critical areas that enhance your buttocks like the lower back and the love handles. Then look at the abdomen, the back and the curves and decide with your surgeon what type of body enhancement you want, a s well as the buttocks enhancement.
Am I a good candidate for the BBL/
It appears from the photos that you would be a very good candidate for the BBL. There are many areas that can be used fas fat donor sites; the bdomen and ack that you mentioned can usually be used. In the majority of the cases most of the transferred fat stays. I would suggets that you be examined by a Board Certified plastic surgeon with extensive experience performin the BBL. Good luck!
Candidate for BBL
Based on your photos, you are a great candidate for a BBL. Your surgeon will evaluate you, and discuss where he is taking the fat from for your surgery. This surgery makes very happy people. Be sure to go to a Board Certified Plastic Surgeon with lots of experience in this.
Candidate for Brazilian Buttlift
Yes, you are a good candidate for Brazilian buttlift. I typically liposuction 5 liters and transfer 1200 cc to 1500 cc to each buttock. Find a board certified plastic surgeon with ELITE credentials who performs hundreds of Brazilian buttlifts each year. Kenneth Hughes, MD Los Angeles, CA
Great Candidate for a BBL
It looks as if you are a great candidate for a Brazilian Butt Lift. Please know that the way the fat is harvested and the choice of sites for harvesting the fat are crucial to the success of any fat injection procedure.
In my experience, fat injections are permanent, so long as the surgeon harvests, processes, and injects the fat correctly and the patient follows post operative instructions. The post operative period is as important as the surgery.
The most important thing in this procedure is not to get the "biggest" butt, but to create the best looking waist-hips-butt area. It is as much about proportion as it is volume.
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