5'0, 120 lbs, active, and would like tummy, back, and arms lipo'ed for a BBL. Am I a good candidate? (photo)
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From your photos, you look to be a good candidate for the Brazilian butt lift. The most important thing when deciding to do this procedure is to find a board certified plastic surgeon that specializes in Brazilian butt lifts. Otherwise, it may end up being more costly in the long run in terms of revisions or complications. I perform between 6 and 8 BBLs per week and treat all different body types. It’s best to come in for an in person consultation to discuss the best option for you
Candidate for BBL
BBL in thin patients
You look like a nice candidate for a brazilian butt lift but an exam in person is key to determine if you have adequate donor sites.
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Thank you for the pictures.
I can definitely say that Liposuction and fat grafting in to buttocks will bring out that perfect body you have been looking for.
I suggest Liposuction in the abdomen, waist, upper and lower back with fat grafting in to buttocks.
Let me know if I can help you achieve this.
Am I a good candidate for the brazilian butt lift? (photo)
Am I a good candidate for the brazilian butt lift?
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
Am I a good candidate for a Brazilian Butt Lift?
You are an excellent candidate for liposuction. Liposuction of the abdomen and flanks will give you a better curvier contour. By itself it will make your buttock more enhanced. By also performing a Brazilian Butt Lift (fat injections to the buttocks) your gluteal contour will be further enhanced.
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