Brazilian Buttock Lift Involving a Special Case

Posted By on May 17, 2017 in Butt Augmentation, Liposuction | 0 comments


Brazilian buttock lift is basically liposuction with fat transfer to the buttocks. Instead of discarding the “unwanted” fats, these are injected into the patient’s backside and hips to achieve a more feminine figure.

 

Leading Beverly Hills plastic surgeon Dr. Tarick Smiley says a good result should present high symmetry between the left and right side, not just of the buttock, but also of the entire torso of the patient when viewed from the back.

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After and before photos of a patient who have had Brazilian buttock lift. Hers was a special case due to her scoliosis.

In one of his recent Snapchat videos, Dr. Smiley has presented a rather special case of Brazilian buttock lift.

 

The female patient has scoliosis that her torso slightly “curves” to the right. Hence, her fat rolls and skin fold along this side were more prominent compared to the left side of her back.

 

In the video, Dr. Tarick Smiley said he almost always treats the lower back and flanks as donor/liposuction sites because of the areas propensity to accumulate “unwanted” fats that can show through tight clothing.

 

However, performing liposuction on the lower back and flanks of the patient with scoliosis could “highlight” the asymmetry between the left and right side of her torso unless “appropriate adjustments are made” during surgery, he explained.

 

To achieve a more symmetric result, Dr. Smiley removed more fat volume from the right side of the torso than its left side.

 

“It is important for any surgeon performing Brazilian buttock lift to have an eye for detail. Essentially, this is a combination of science and art,” he said.

 

After removing sufficient fat volume from the donor sites, Dr. Smiley purified it with the use of a centrifuge, a device that separates biomaterials based on their weight.

 

For instance, the lightest material is the oil, which floats above the fluid after centrifugation; this is discarded to achieve a high survival rate of fat graft (at least 70 percent).

 

Then, Dr. Smiley injected the purified fat into the patient’s backside, allocating about a third of the volume to reshape the hips and the remaining amount was used to improve the buttock’s shape and projection.

 

Moreover, Dr. Smiley smoothed out the visible indentations on the buttocks with meticulous fat injection techniques.

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