Brazilian Butt Lift, commonly referred to as BBL, includes lipo-contouring of the back and waist area, with transfer of the fat to the buttock. It provides a win-win solution for body contour issues. This is popular for women looking for better proportions and often as part of a Mommy Makeover.

While some women want Kardashian-esque results, most of my patients are just aiming to have a more rejuvenated appearance to their body, with a smaller waist and rounder buttock area, to improve appearance in fitted clothing and bathing suits. This is a very mainstream procedure for a broad audience.

BBL is best performed by Board Certified plastic surgeons who are experienced in this technique. Techniques for BBL have evolved to placing fat more superficially and more to the side in the hip and outer buttock to provide optimal safety. It is important that you have an “old school” doctor-patient relationship with your plastic surgeon – who should be board certified – to assure proper preoperative screening, operative management and postoperative care. Savings marketed for surgery outside of the United States or in a strip mall in Florida is not the way you want to save your money! You may be paying from your long term health, not your wallet, which is hard or impossible to recover from.

It is helpful to check out websites of board-certified plastic surgeons accessible to you, and more specifically look at their Photo Galleries to see sample patients and representative results.

BBL is one of the most sought after plastic surgery procedures. If you are excited by the prospect of BBL to improve your body contours, call 410-616-3000 to schedule a consultation with board certified plastic surgeon Dr. Michele Shermak.

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