Don’t worry. Even if you’re not considering a Brazilian Butt Lift, this article provides helpful postoperative insights for any procedure. But for those wondering what a Brazilian Butt Lift is, you can read more here. However, this is the short version: after performing liposuction to any area of the body, the fat that’s collected is placed back into the buttocks.
Helpful hints after a Brazilian Butt Lift or any surgery
After your surgery, the last thing you want to do is go to the pharmacy. So ask your doctor to give you a prescription to fill before your surgery date. The other option is to find a surgeon that provides the pain meds and anti-nausea meds to take home with you. This level of service is a huge patient satisfier!
Go grocery shopping before your procedure. After surgery, you won’t want to go to the grocery store to buy supplies, just like you don’t want to deal with the pharmacy. So go get necessary supplies ahead of time. Items like ready-made meals, gauze, tape and antibacterial soap. This will come in handy and reduce anxiety postoperatively.
If in fact you do get a Brazilian Butt Lift, you probably don’t want to sit on your butt. While there are no scientific studies to show that sitting on your butt negatively affects your results, it’s a reasonable assumption. For this reason, find one of those decorative pillows that looks like a log or buy a “booty pillow.” The idea is to sit on your thighs, not your butt. Just place the pillow under your thighs rather than your buttocks.
Brazilian Butt Lift with preop evaluation and surgery video
To check pricing on a Brazilian Butt Lift from Dr. Kaplan, click here.