Brazilian Butt Lift Sydney - Dr Zacharia
Brazilian Butt Lift Sydney
A Brazilian Buttock Lift, also more commonly known as a BBL or as Brazilian Butt Lift surgery in Sydney, is a fat transfer procedure that is specialised to augment the shape and size of the buttocks without the use of implants. This technique will give you a fuller, rounder buttock contour, with a natural look and at the same time will remove excess fat in other areas to produce a more slender definition.

What is Brazilian Butt Lift surgery?

Brazilian Butt Lift surgery in Sydney involves transferring fat from certain areas of your body and injecting it into the buttock area. The fat for the transfer is taken from the more fatty areas of your body like the stomach, the “love handles”, hips, lower back, or thighs. A gentle liposuction device is used to remove that fat which is specifically designed to protect live fat cells. Once removed the fat particles are purified and are then injected back into the buttocks through a very small incision.

Benefits of Brazilian Butt Lift surgery in Sydney

  • Non-invasive procedure which doesn't require the use of implants.
  • Reduce fat pockets on your hips, thighs or belly while adding fullness to the buttocks.
  • The fat transfer method with your own fat is used, hence the chances of rejection are very minimal.
  • Enhance your overall proportions by improving balance between your upper and lower body.

What's involved in the Brazilian Butt Lift Procedure?

Prior to booking in the procedure, Dr Zacharia and his team will explain the process that is specific to your needs as to acheive the best possible outcome.

Generally this procedure is performed under general anesthesia so that you can avoid any kind of pain. It is performed in an outpatient setting, however the duration depends on different factors. Factors may include the technique used, expected results, the area in which the fat is going to be transferred from, and the size of the targeted area. Initially, liposuction is performed to harvest the donor fat which is then injected into the buttocks area in a careful way.

Some individuals choose to have Brazilian Butt Lift surgery in combination with other procedures to get more amazing results.

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Before & After

Brazlilian Butt Lift results from Dr Zacharia and his team. Final results may vary between patients however we always endeavor to achieve the best outcome for you.

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Brazilian Butt Lift Frequently Asked Questions

The ideal candidate for Brazilian Butt Lift surgery is someone who is in good physical and mental health. Smokers are encouraged to quit at least 2 weeks before the procedure and it is also recommended to not drink alcohol before and after surgery. This promotes proper healing and aids in avoiding complications during the procedure. 

Our experienced surgeon Dr Zacharia will explain what can be done to assist eligible candidates for this procedure. He will discuss the steps of the proposed surgery and the variables that may affect the procedure. Physical characteristics may affect the technical considerations.

At the consultation, Dr Zacharia will discuss the procedure, risks and limitations, costs involved, patient expectations and goals, as well as the recovery process. He will also conduct a medical examination and help the patient prepare both physically and mentally for Brazilian Butt Lift Surgery.

Dr Zacharia will then provide a Brazilian Butt Lift information packet that explains everything a patient should do and know before their surgery date.

Dr Zacharia and his anaesthetist will assist patients in making the decision regarding which type of anaesthesia is best for their individual procedure.

No surgery is risk free. As with all procedures, there are number of risks and complications. Understanding the risks is imperative and Dr. Michael Zacharia discusses these openly with prospective patients in the initial consultation.

The chance that any of these complications may occur during the surgery or recovery is usually very small. The following is a list the most common risks that may occur, such as bleeding, infection, scarring, small burst blood vessels, etc.

During the initial consultation, Dr. Zacharia will answer any questions and make sure the patient fully understands all possible complications involved with the surgery.

Depending on the techinque used, normal activity can be resumed after around 12 weeks, with physical activity and sitting on the buttocks limited during the first 6 weeks.

Anytime that the skin is cut, a scar is formed. Incision healing is dependent on several factors, including surgical technique, prevention of infection, reduction of tension, patient nutrition, as well as smoking (before or after surgery), etc.

Dr Zacharia will explain any incision sites during your consultation so you know where to expect scars if there will be any.

Visible signs of surgery should fade completely in approximately 12 weeks. The final result is not fully realised for approximately 6 months.