Everyone desires to look good no matter their age or body size. When you hear about a heavier person getting a cosmetic surgery you either think about a liposuction or a tummy tuck, but the truth is many heavier women are often insecure about their butts because even when they are bigger in size, they are often not well tones and shaped. This can be achieved through the Brazilian Butt Lift Surgery. High BMI BBL, Miami have become quite common these days as curvier women, like all other women, too deserve a chance to look their best selves and feel confident and beautiful.
Just like the normal Brazilian Butt Lift, a plus size BBL also involves the process of liposuction and fat grafting. The surgeon finds areas with excess fat cells, purifies them and then transfers these cells to your hips and buttocks giving them enhanced shape and projection. However, despite of the popularity of the procedure, it need to be noted that the more excess weight an individual has, the more precautions they are recommended to follow. The best Miami BBL surgeons from Dolls Plastic Surgery have also over time recommended these.
5 Things to Consider Before Getting a High BMI BBL Surgery
Smoking is a dangerous habit for your health, generally, but it negatively affects your butt lift process as well. Smoking can prolong the healing process of the butt lift which means the longer the healing, the more the fat gets absorbed in your body and less volume stayed visible. This is why it is recommended to quit smoking at least two weeks prior to the surgery.
Sunbathing can prove to be risky as it increases your chances of developing unhealthy, hyper pigmented scars. It is best to avoid sunbathing for at least two weeks before your high BMI BBL, Miami. Once the procedure is done, it becomes more prone to sunburn which is why you should not go directly under the sun even after the BBL is performed. Keep the area covered and use a sun block with a protection factor of 30+, and reapply every 2 hours.
Blood Thinning Medicines
At Dolls Plastic Surgery, we always recommend our clients to inform our professional surgeons of any supplements, drugs or herbal medicines that they are taking for their own safety. One type of medicine in particular that surgeons recommend to strictly avoid are blood thinners as they can cause bleeding in the middle of the surgery. You are recommended to stop taking them at least two weeks prior to the surgery.
Miami BBL surgeons always recommend clients to get a couple of diagnostic exams before getting a BBL even though a BMI is often used as a criteria for an acceptable weight range. This is always a great way to ensure safety.
Dolls Plastic Surgery offers affordable plastic surgery, Miami, for both normal and plus size clients. Their BBL is performed by highly skilled surgeons who are board certified and are commitment to your safety and satisfaction.