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Brazilian Butt Lift Recovery

Brazilian butt lift surgery at our Fairfield practice is quickly becoming a highly popular cosmetic procedure. The process involves liposuction to remove unwanted fat from areas like the abdomen or thighs. Then, the extracted fat is processed and transferred to your buttocks to add volume and lift. Before your procedure, it is important to understand the recovery process, so you are fully prepared.

Recovery Timeline

Make sure to plan your procedure during a time when you can take some time off work. It is important for you to focus on rest, especially during the first few days following the operation. While your experience may vary, the following describes what the average patient should expect for recovery:

Must-Have Supplies

Make sure to purchase these items before the day of your surgery:

Clothing

It is important to wear comfortable, loose-fitting clothes on the day of your surgery and throughout your recovery:

To get a better idea of your potential with a Brazilian butt lift, visit our gallery of real patient photos. If you are ready to take the next steps, request a consultation online or give us a call at (203) 336-9862.

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