What is the average ccs used for fat injected in buttocks on a average-sized women who has a flat butt and just wants average size buttock?
What's the Average Ccs Used in Fat Injection to Buttocks?
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Amount of fat used in Brazilian Butt Lift varies greatly
Basically the same process used in identifying volume plans for breast augmentation can be used for the Brazilian butt lift (which is really a butt augmentation).
- Butt enhancers/sizers, that can be purchased from a variety of online stores
- "rice bags" placed in the area and increased in size until the desired outcome is reached
- Moldable foam shapes, also available from online stores
However, the only answer that counts will be given by the Surgeon selected for the procedure. Comprehensive discussion of the desired goal and shape, and evaluation of the starting anatomy will determine the plan and the volume needed. In our experience the fat volume used can vary from 200cc up to 500cc and higher.
Amt of fat injected depends on your personal goals!
The amount of fat that is injected into a Brazilian Butt lift procedure can be measured in cc or milliliters. This volume has to be determined by plastic surgeon in consultation with the patient and his depending on the patient's goals. In our practice, we find it essential to use digital morphing software to transform the preoperative photos of the patient and to give the patient an idea of what they could look like after the surgery. This is a powerful communication tool that allows us to understand the patient's goals and to give the patient a realistic idea of what they can expect. With this software we can get a very good idea of how much volume the patient would like to persist in the gluteal region and therefore how much liposuction must be accomplished before hand.
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How much fat should be injected in an average Butt lift?
There is no set answer for this.
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