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Are Brazilian Butt Lifts Permanent?

Brazilian Butt Lift

June 05, 2024 | 4 minute read

The Brazilian Butt Lift has gained widespread popularity for its transformative results. With this popularity comes the question of whether BBL results are permanent. This blog highlights the benefits of a BBL compared to traditional butt lift and butt implant procedures and discusses how the results of a BBL are designed to be long-lasting.

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Planning to Get a Brazilian Butt Lift? 

Many people want to enhance their assets. If you’re planning your Brazilian Butt Lift (BBL) procedure, it can be exciting to look forward to getting the full, round curves you’ve been wanting. However, as you research surgeons, prices, procedural information, and the recovery process, a question that will likely arise is how long you can expect your BBL results to last. After all the time and money that goes into planning a surgery, it makes sense that many patients want to know if their BBL is permanent or if it will fade with time. 

Understanding the process of a BBL and how it compares to other buttock enhancement procedures can help put into perspective how BBL results differ. It also showcases the longevity of a BBL compared to similar procedures. 

How Does a BBL Compare to Traditional Butt Lifts and Butt Implants? 

A Brazilian Butt Lift is an incredibly innovative procedure, as it is essentially two surgeries in one. The BBL procedure involves using liposuction to remove excess unwanted fat from the body, which is then transferred to the buttocks to enhance their shape and size. The result is a more contoured, sculpted body (in the areas where fat was removed via liposuction) and a rounder backside. 

On the other hand, traditional butt lifts don’t add any new volume to the buttocks. They simply remove excess skin and fat to eliminate the appearance of a droopy, saggy butt and result in a lifted, more youthful appearance. However, if you want a fuller, more voluminous backside, a traditional butt lift won’t be able to provide the results a BBL can. 

Butt augmentation via butt implants is able to add volume to the buttocks through the use of silicone implants. However, there is a chance that your body will reject the implants, resulting in the need to remove them. Additionally, butt augmentation with implants does not provide any aesthetic benefits to the rest of the body, as a BBL does with liposuction. 

The BBL stands out amongst other butt enhancement methods for the added volume and projection of the buttocks created with fat transfer. 

How Long After a BBL Do You See Results? 

After your BBL procedure, you can expect some of the transferred fat to be reabsorbed by your body. Typically, six months after your BBL, the remaining fat is there to stay. 

It’s essential to closely follow all of Dr. Tolomeo’s aftercare instructions to ensure that your recovery is as smooth as possible. This will impact the quality of your results as well. 

Will My BBL Be Permanent? 

Brazilian Butt Lift results are made to be long-lasting and can be enjoyed for several years. The shape and volume of your buttocks after a BBL will likely stay with you. However, a BBL is not going to stay exactly the same as you age. Therefore, it is not considered to have permanent results as it will not stop your body from naturally changing over time as you age. However, many consider this a natural progression that they prefer.

How Can I Maintain My BBL Results? 

The best way to maintain your enhanced buttocks after a BBL is to stay at a stable weight. Significant weight fluctuations can alter your results and may even necessitate a revision surgery if you want to get your results back. 

Want to Know More About Brazilian Butt Lifts in Fall River, MA? 

To learn more about the Brazilian Butt Lift procedure and what results to expect in Fall River, MA, call our office at (516) 350-8168 or fill out our online contact form today. 

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