I need BBL ASAP! Am I a good candidate for this procedure? (photos)
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Weight gain before BBL
Dr. Jaime Campos-Leon
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You bulging stomach could have some fat but it also may be due to significant separation of the muscle s and intra-abdominal fat. You may want to address the stomach. This will start the reshaping of the body. Then consider a buttock implant if you still desire larger buttocks
From your photos I don't think you hare enough fat for a BBL.
Its not advisable to gain a lot of weight since you will lose it
Another option is an implant.
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!
Brazilian butt lift ASAP
based on your pictures you have a significant amounts of intra-abdominal fat.It also appears you have significant muscle separation or diastases recti possibly from previous pregnancies. While your post is about a Brazilian butt lift most plastic surgeons well one to get your body looking as good as possible which should include your abdomen. Liposuction of your abdomen will give Limited improvements. You may do much better with an abdominoplasty.
based on your picture you do not have substantial amounts of subcutaneous fat. That is the fat layer between your skin and muscle layers and the only fat that can be removed using liposuction.
it may be difficult to harvest sufficient amounts of fat to successfully perform a proper BBL.
An examination would help make it more accurate assessment. I personally do not believe it's a good idea to gain weight specifically for the purpose of obtaining more fat for fat grafting with the idea of losing weight later.
I suggest you have an in person consultation with a board certified plastic surgeon.
Mats Hagstrom, MD
I need BBL ASAP! Am I a good candidate for this procedure
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