I am a 49 yrs, 5'5" and weighs 115. Am I a Candidate for Brazilian Butt Lift? (photo)
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Candidate for the Brazilian Butt Lift...... When you are underweight?
Unfortunately, you are not a very good candidate for the Brazilian Butt Lift. You are actually under weight. You do appear to have some extra fat of your waistline and flank areas, but not much. Removing this fat via liposuction would improve your figure and shape of your buttocks, but it will in no way fill it out entirely. One option I often suggest is to gain a few pounds. Wherever you gain it, we can remove it and transfer it to your buttocks.
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You do not have enough fat to transfer to your butt to get a great result. Seek another in person consultation.
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Dr Dhaval PatelDouble Board CertifiedPlastic SurgeonChicagoHoffman EstatesOak Brook
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Skinny Patients Not Ideal for Brazilian Butt Lift Procedure
Brazilian Butt Lift Requires More Fat Than Most Anticipate. Unfortunately, from your photo and measurement you probably do not have enough fat to satisfy your wishes.
Most patients don't realize that only about 20-25% of fat removed is suitable for fat transfer. Also, not all of the fat that is transferred not all survives. In other words from you photos you may not have all of the fat required to achieve your goals of buttock augmentation though you will benefit from the procedure.
Candidate for Brazilian Butt Lift (Augmentation)
Brazilian Butt Lift (Augmentation) is performed by removing fat from areas of fat excess such as the abdomen (belly), flanks-hips and or thighs and then transferring the fat to the buttocks. If there are no areas of fat excess, the procedure can not be performed.
Am I a Candidate for a Brazilian Butt Lift?
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