If I get lipo in my stomach and underarms can I put that fat in my butt and thighs? How much would all that cost and can I finance it?
Is It Possible to Transfer Fat from Stomach to Buttocks?
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Adding fat to my buttocks?
Liposuction and Fat transfer cost approx. $6,000
Of course, fees vary greatly from one surgeon to the next. Our fee for Liposuction of Two Areas and Fat Transfer to the Buttocks in $6,000 (global fee including surgeon's fee, anesthesia fee, and OR fee) but I'm sure you can find cheaper and much more expensive. Our patients have the option of financing, however, it has been more difficult to get financing over the last few months. I wish you the best of luck!
Fat from stomach to buttock
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Yes, it is possible. The cost varies by geographical area and surgeon. Generally, the cost will be between $6000-$9000.
Can fat be taken from one place and put somewhere else?
Cost of fat transfer to the buttocks also know as Brazillian Buttock Lift
Yes, fat can be suctioned out from the abdomen and injected your buttocks. Cost is usually around 5 to 7,000. Here is what you should know about fat transfer to the buttocks. The procedure can be done under local or sedation. Fat injections often yield safer and better results than silicone buttock implants. Results can be touched up after 6 months and two treatments are often required to get long lasting results- 2 to 5 years.
1. Results are not always predictable in terms of how much of the injected fat is long lasting.
2. Younger patients, who don't smoke, and have sufficient abdominal fat or thigh fat are ideal candidates and have the best results.
3. Make sure your procedure is being performed by a qualified surgeon in a certified facility to minimize risks and complications.
Fat transfer from abdomen to buttocks---BBL
A Brazillian butt lift (BBL) is the transfer of fat from the torso and extremities to the buttocks. By harvesting the fat from the abdomen and sides and then transferring it to the buttocks, a synergistic result is seen. It is a true form of body sculpting. Therefore, in short, yes you can!
This is called a Brazilian Butt lift. It is very popular these days. The results are great!. Pricing varies we currently have an offer for $ 7,000. I focus only on facial plastic surgery and transfer to the face but my partner does this procedure and his results are outstanding. Patients are happy and send their friends frequently. That is the key.
There are financing options. Care credit is one of the companies out there we use.
Hope this helps.
Best of luck,
Liposuction and Fat Transfer
Thank you for your question.
Yes, the premise of a fat transfer or fat grafting procedure is that we remove fat from other areas of the body (commonly the abdomen, flanks, inner and outer thighs, arms, etc...) via liposuction and reintroduce this fat to other areas of the patients body for augmentation purposes. For the buttock and lateral hip depressions, this procedure is more commonly referred to as a Brazilian Butt Lift or BBL and these procedures have yielded fantastic and long lasting results. This combination of procedures (liposuction and fat transfer) have afforded plastic surgeons the ability to re-shape and re-proportion patient bodies, which ultimately provides patients with the curves and body silhouettes that they desire.
Prices are variable and depend on factors such as how many areas treated, location of practice, location of surgical procedure (office setting versus hospital setting), surgeon experience and expertise, etc... Many offices, including my own, do offer different financing options for patients wishing to undergo a cosmetic surgical procedure such as this. I would recommend scheduling a consultation with a board certified plastic surgeon who specializes in liposuction and fat transfer procedures for a thorough in-person consultation and physical exam.
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