Brazilian butt lift is a combination of liposuction and fat transplantation procedures performed during the same surgery, which improves the prominence of the silhouette. Firstly, surgeon removes fat tissue from the upper part of the back, arms, abdomen, thighs, flanks or other areas where excess fat tissue is present. Extracted fat is purified and specially prepared for later injection. After a few tiny incisions are made, the surgeon strategically transplants patient’s own fat with a cannula to certain parts of the buttocks, giving a more pronounced buttocks and greater contour of the figure.
For more invasive liposuction procedures, we encourage our patients to stay with a friend or family member afterward. If this is not possible, you may want to consider hiring a home health care worker to help take care of you. The cost of this will depend on the type of worker you hire (registered nurse, registered practical nurse, or personal support worker), and how long they stay.
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Thank you for your question. This is a difficult question to answer because there is not a set price for liposuction. Price should not be your determining factor for choosing who does your procedure. Your first question should be is this individual properly trained? Are they a board certified plastic surgeon? How many of these procedures do they do? Also, what is the technique that they are going to use? Prices are usually determined by the location that you want treated and the facility you are having the surgery. We do have a policy of giving larger discounts when there are multiple areas being treated at the same time. Please remember higher prices do not always equal a better result, but the lowest price may not be the best decision either. This is a decision that should be based on trust and experience.
Office liposuction under tumescent local anesthesia costs from about 4-7500, and more extensive procedures need to be done in the operating room under general anesthesia. Depending on the time the cost can go up to 15,000. Multiple areas are discounted in the sense that when done in the operating room under general, the additional areas are charged by the total time, not per area, which is a savings.