Can i do full Brazilian Butt Lift and Lipo for my arms, inner thighs and outer thighs at the same time?
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Can you liposuction multiple areas for a brazilian
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Liposuction Areas & BBLu
Best of Luck! Please reach out if you have any further questions or concerns. Matthew J. Nykiel, MD
Butt Augmentation Specialist
Board Certified Plastic Surgeon
BBL donor sites
Thank you very much for this question.Yes it is absolutely fine to use liposuction in all the areas you wish to change.Any expert in BBL should be able to advice on what volume of fat you will need to aspirate in order to achieve the look you wish to get.With best regards,
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Every patient is unique
Dear RealSelf user,It is always important to remember that every patient is unique and is in need to make a correct presurgical evaluation. The patient must have realistic expectations of what he/she would like. In the case of the Brazilian butt lift altogether with body and limbs liposculpture, if we would like to speak about a realtively safe procedure, its important to keep in mind that the patient must have high hemoglobin and blood hematocrit. This two factors are essential. If the patient wants both procedures done at the same time, yes, it would be possible, depening if you are in good health and do not have anemia. The liposuction technique has also a great impact. I recommend you to talk with your doctor with the results of your tests to determine whether it is possible to perform all the procedures in one surgery.
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