Appropriate BMI For multiple procedures after weight loss? 19/F (Photos)
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After weight loss procedures and SAFETY
You are a great candidate for a Lower Body lift (360 circumferential tummy Tuck, pubic lift, Muscle repair, buttocks lift in order to achieve a nice and flatter abdomen, juvenile pubic area, tight and firmer butt and liposuction to back will be more than enough to create a smooth back. No back lift needed.
I am not certain you are candidate for an ArmLift.
Your breast will be looking great after an augmentation.
Definitely SAFETY is priority and all can not be done at once.
In my opinion LBL and BBL and 6 months later BA and arms in case you are candidate. OR front Tummy Tuck, pubic lift, muscle repair and BA and 6 months later full body Lipo and BBL and Buttocks lift.
It is a myth the butt will be lifted doing a fat transference and your butt is flaccid already and will no become lifted or tighter just with the BBL.
Be encouraged!!! You will be looking great accordingly to your age.
Be closer to BMI of 30 and will be great.
Lower body lift
It does seem the excess skin in your back need to be removed via a circumferential tummy tuck.
The procedure also known as a lower body lift will greatly improve your appearance.
A breast augmentation could also be performed.
A brachioplasty will have to wait. It is not recommended for any patient having a Tummy tuck.
Dr. martin Yanez
Brazilian Butt Lift/ Butt Augmentation/ Liposuction / Liposculpture / High Definition Procedures / Liposuction Revision
Best to be at a BMI less than 30 or within 10 pounds of your goal weight and stable at that weight for 6 months prior to surgery for optimal results.
The best way to assess and give true advice would be an in-person exam.
Please see a board-certified plastic surgeon that specializes in aesthetic and restorative plastic surgery.
Best of luck!
Board Certified Plastic Surgeon
Director-Beverly Hills Breast and Body Institute
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