Should I have TT, BBL or both? Which first? I am curious, can they be done in same procedure and have the best result? (Photo)
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Should I have TT, BBL or both? Which first?
Hello Dear, thank you so much for your questions and pictures. Yes those procedure can make them together if you have a great healt condition. Also it is very important to at least download a little weight, because your BMI is high and the surgeries should be done with one BMI less than 30. Best wishes!!
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