What are complications when having a BBL ?

What can be a reason for death when a bbl is preform?

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BBL complications

Death after BBL is likely from a fat embolism which is when a fat cell is injected in to veins or arteries and circulates into your bloodstream. This is rare and in experienced hands should be even more rare. An understanding of the anatomy and technique of injection is crucial. Other risks can be associated with general anesthesia if you have medical problems and less serious complications, bleeding, infection, fluid collections. Make sure you have an in-depth discussion with your surgeon to ensure that you understand the risks and benefits of the procedure before you sign up. 


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Beverly Hills Plastic Surgeon
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What are complications when having a BBL ?

Hello dear, thanks for your question and provided information as well.... Many complications can appear related to the surgery and to the patient by itself.. Can be hematomas, seromas, skin necrosis, fat rejections and many others that has to be explained by your surgeon before surgery!

Tania Medina de Garcia, MD
Dominican Republic Plastic Surgeon
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BBL

Hello thank you for your question alazard2. 

How safe is the Brazilian butt lift, and what are the risks? Every type of surgery has associated risks and complications. I perform multiple Brazilian butt lifts every week, and the complication rates are very low. Overall, the procedure is safe and effective. Please do your research and find a board certified plastic surgeon with many years of experience.

Hope this helps,

Dr. Newall 

German Newall, MD
Houston Plastic Surgeon
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