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Brazilian Butt Lift vs. Butt Implant

Why Patients Choose Butt Implants Over A Brazilian Buttlift

If your rear is relatively flat and you think that bigger buttocks would drastically improve your appearance, why not find out.? The truth is that a perky curvaceous butt looks good on most everyone. Unfortunately, not everyone has been gifted with one.

Moreover, traditional approaches such as exercise and dieting can only help to a certain but genetically limited degree. You can spend hours, days, months, and years in the gym and still don’t like what you see in the mirror.

So, if you are considering getting butt implants at Dr. Stanton’s Modern Institute of Surgery, here is what you should know:

Many people who have undergone buttock augmentation surgery have had cause to say “I wish I had known…” over some information they did not know about butt surgery prior to undergoing it. So before you go for buttock implants in Beverly Hills, or anywhere around the world, there are some things you must know so that you can get the best out of your butt implant. Let me divide it into a few parts!

There are two main methods for buttock augmentation:

  • Using your own fat (aka Brazilian butt lift)
  • Using buttock implants

In today’s day and age there are two acceptable ways to perform buttock augmentation. The first as I mentioned is a Brazilian butt Lift. This involves a transfer of fat obtained by liposuction in the thighs or the arms and further, distilling the fat and injecting it into the buttock. Buttock implants, on the other hand, involve the surgical augmentation involving a silicone implant that does not involve a fat transfer. A buttock implant is often the safer, more economically efficient and permanent option.

Making the decision to get gluetal implants is a big one and you need to know everything you can before signing on the dotted line. But if you’re certain that plastic surgery butt implants is the right thing for you then you might want to know a few things prior to your first consultation with your doctor. While you might be familiar with butt implants in a general sense you might not be aware of a few key things such as the difference between a Brazilian butt lift and butt implants, as well as how important the surgeon you select is. From the initial consultation to post-op visits, you want to be sure you are confident in your surgeon and comfortable with the best butt implant doctor for you. Here are a few things you should know about butt implants prior to your first consultation with a doctor:

The Difference Between a Brazilian Butt Lift and Butt Implants

The main difference between a Brazilian Butt Lift (BBL) and butt implants is that a butt implant uses a permanent implant whereas BBL uses fat from another part of the body to shape and sculpt your buttocks. BBL fat tends to be temporary not permanent.  Unfortunately, BBL has also become the most deadly cosmetic surgical procedure available with nearly 1 per 3000 patients dying. Of course, there are several other differences in terms of potential complications associated with each type as well. Suffice it to say that Dr. Stanton has only a 0.5%rate of infection and overall complication rate of 5%.

While the Brazilian butt lift has gained a lot of popularity in recent years, the results it provides aren’t long-lasting, commonly melting away with 12 months. On the other hand, butt implants present the only reliable permanent solution.

In addition, if you opt for butt implants with Dr. Stanton, he can offer you his patented “Stanton Anatomic” implants which create the most natural buttock silhouette.. The implants are inserted through an incision in the butt crack, and they are placed within the gluteus maximus muscle, which prevents any abnormal movement or sagging of the implants. .

When it comes to recovery, the minimum of two weeks’ rest is required. During that time, patients should avoid sitting because not only do their wounds need to heal, but sitting is the most uncomfortable position to be in.

It is also important to note that Dr. Stanton’s complication rate for buttock augmentation is only ~5% and the infection rate ~1%, which makes his practice one of the most reliable and safest choices when it comes to getting butt implants.