I had a BBL two weeks ago and my stomach is not looking any different. When is my stomach going to heal ? (photos)
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Healing after BBL
When do I see Results from the BBL?
I would recommend you share your concerns/question with your surgeon. Please reach out if you have any further questions. Best of Luck! Sincerely, Matthew J. Nykiel, M.D. #RealSelfTopDoctor #RealSelfCoreDoctor “THE” Butt Doctor Board Certified Plastic Surgeon Cosmetic Fellowship Trained Surgeon
Undesirabl abdominal contour after BBL
Patients should generally see some improvements immediately after.
Based on your pictures you are not a particularly good candidate for Donald liposuction.
In your case the liposuction was done partly to improve your figure and primarily to harvest fat for your Brazilian.
The best procedure whether you chose to have a Brazilian or not to have your abdomen corrected would be a full abdominoplasty.
If done correctly this will correct the contour of your abdominal wall all the way up to your breast line.
You almost likely benefit from some revision liposuction at the time of the abdominoplasty.
Please wait at least six months before undergoing an abdominoplasty after having had abdominal liposuction.
Please do not undergo a mini abdominoplasty to correct this.
You will need a full abdominoplasty.
If a full abdominoplasty is done correctly your results could striking. If you're comfortable with your current plastic surgeon then continue follow up with your set plan.
It never hurts to get second opinions.
My practice is devoted exclusively to body contouring. At this time think of yourself as being in a holding pattern until you get your final results from the abdominoplasty.
Don't worry about it too much at this time.
Look at the big picture and think of the final results.
Hang in there,
Mats Hagstrom M.D.
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I had a BBL two weeks ago and my stomach is not looking any different. When is my stomach going to heal ?
This is a process that takes time. At 2 weeks it is way too early to tell. I would suggest seeing your surgeon as you would benefit from foam inside your compression garment.
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