is this true? to have a nice toned butt you have to have great muscles tone back there, and not have fat injected into it. Because after a while a person;s butt will get flabbie.
I Was Told That Injecting Fat into Your Butt for the BBL Will Not Add Tone?
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Brazilian Butt Lift and Adding Tone
People choose to have a Brazilian Butt Lift in order to add contour and projection to their buttock region. The procedure does not strengthen the muscles nor does it strengthen skin tone. If your skin elasticity is loose then having the butt lift will help with the contour and projection, but it wont strengthen your buttocks.
My best advice is to do butt strengthening exercise pre-operatively and once you are healed from your procedure to continue a strength-training program focusing on strengthening the muscles rather than doing a cardio only based work out. If it is a skin elasticity issue, then do some research to find a board-certified plastic surgeon that specializes in body contouring procedures and schedule a consultation about having a butt lift procedure. Incisions will most likely need to be made to tighten the surrounding areas.
I hope this information helps you. I have before and after photos and detailed information about the procedure on my website if you are interested in more information.
Web reference: http://www.losangelesbuttlift.com
Buttock tone after brazilian butt lift
The tone of the buttock depends on various factors including:
1. Skin tone
3. Gluteus muscle
Patients with loose skin have less tone than patients with good thigh skin. There is an attachment between the gluteus muscle and the skin that provides the structural support for the skin and the fat. With time, this becomes loose and your butt will drop just like your breasts. In general, this is why younger females do not have cellulite and their butts are firmer because the attachments to the buttock are in good shape and condition at this point of their life. Injecting fat into the buttocks increases the tone and lifts the buttocks. It is like inflating a balloon. Now, if you have significant loose skin, then, injecting the fat might not be the solution to increase the butt tone and volume. It is not the best option but a combination of increasing the volume and also excising skin is preferable.
In other words, if you have good skin tone prior to surgery, you will have a better tone after the surgery. If your skin tone is no as good, it will all depend on the excess skin.
Web reference: http://www.babygotbutt.com
Brazilian butt lift and tone of the buttocks.
Tone in the buttocks is probably more related to the tone of the skin then the muscles or the fat beneath it. I think of it as a package and an envelope. If the envelope is too big for the package that will be loose. If the package is just as big as envelope that it'll be tight.
If your skin is a loose over the buttocks doing a fat injection and adding volume can help to fill up that loose skin. Building muscle also creates volume I can help fill up that loose skin. In gastric bypass patients I've had success with the Brazilian butt lift because the fat has been able to fill up the loose skin which tends to be on the bottom half of the buttocks. This improves the shape and improve the tone to some extent. Most the time the problem in the gastric bypass patient is at the top after the buttocks is larger and stronger than the bottom half of the buttocks. So injecting the bottom half the buttocks to build it up to the same size as the top is what I usually have to do.
So in conclusion if the skin is loose making a buttocks without tone the fat injection can improve this it really depends on how loose the skin is asked to how much correction the fat injection can't do.
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