Brazilian Butt Lift

What are the potential risks and complications of BBL surgery? 
Although extremely rare, the risks and complications involved with undergoing a Brazilian Butt Lift include swelling, bruising, asymmetry, numbness, blood clots and wound infection.
Who is an ideal candidate? 
An ideal candidate for BBL surgery is someone who has excess and unwanted fat in other areas of their body. If a patient does not have adequate deposits of fat, they may not be suitable for the surgery.
How long does it take to get back to normal activities? 
Although recovery time varies amongst individuals, most patients will require at least 5 days of recovery before returning to work. Within 2-4 weeks, the majority of swelling should have subsided, however, final results will not be visible until 6 months post-surgery. Patients will be required to wear a compression garment in order to relieve excess pressure and swelling. Mild activity and low-intensity weight training may be resumed 3 weeks after surgery.
Will there be much scarring?
Brazilian Butt Lift procedures require minimal incisions and therefore tend to produce little to no visible scarring.

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