Brazilian Butt Lift for Older Women

Posted By on Aug 10, 2017 in Butt Augmentation | 0 comments


Brazilian butt lift for older women can still deliver great results provided that the patients possess the “ideal” starting anatomy. For instance, the right candidates possess good skin tone and their weight is within the normal BMI range, says leading Inland Empire plastic surgery expert Dr. Tarick Smiley.

 

Contrary to popular belief, the patient’s chronological age plays no role in her candidacy for most body contouring surgeries. Doctors consider more pertinent factors such as physical fitness, weight, skin quality, and condition of connective tissue and other soft tissues during patient selection process.

 

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Nonetheless, it remains important to recognize the anatomical traits commonly found in older patients (55 years and above). For instance, the outer skin layer thins with aging, while its blood vessels become more fragile, which leads to more bruising and bleeding beneath the skin following surgery.

 

Also, certain health conditions are linked to advanced aging, although with healthy lifestyle these can be avoided or at least controlled. Hence, older patients may require more extensive lab screening to ensure that they can handle the surgery and its ensuing recovery.

 

Because there is a perceived increased risk of bleeding and bruising, older patients are suitable for the tumescent liposuction, which is the preferred technique of Dr. Smiley. This involves infusing the fatty area with tumescent fluids that contain epinephrine, a drug that constricts the blood vessels and thus reducing bleeding by up to 90 percent when compared to the dry technique (no wetting solution is injected into the liposuction site).

 

The fats collected during liposuction are then processed before these are injected back into the buttocks and hips.

 

Because older women typically have less skin elasticity and strength due to age-induced changes in its connective tissue, Dr. Smiley says over-injection of fat should be avoided to prevent sagging appearance and cellulites and other skin irregularities.

 

To further avoid the aforementioned side effects, Dr. Smiley says most of the fat volume should go to the mid and upper butt, while the lower half aspect should not receive too much weight or augmentation. This approach also ensures natural results as scientific studies and artworks throughout history have depicted attractive female buttocks having most of their prominence found in the upper half.

 

Meanwhile, the celebrity plastic surgeon says that about one-third of the purified fat should go to the hips, or the lateral aspect of the buttocks, in order to achieve a more hourglass figure.

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