While there are several different procedures that are generally referred to as buttocks augmentation, the Brazilian Butt Lift specifically refers to the transfer of fat cells from other areas of the body (traditionally the abdomen, hips, thighs, or any combination of those) into the buttocks to sculpt the buttocks area into a more aesthetically-pleasing, inverted heart-shaped mound using lipofilling of each cheek, leaving ample, central projection. The use of a patient's own fat, rather than an implant, ensures that the skin looks much smoother and the buttocks are firm with a natural, youthful, sensual profile.
The bonus of a Brazilian Butt Lift? You're really getting a 2-for-1 procedure: since the fat for the lift has to be transferred from elsewhere on your body, you're getting one or more areas of liposuction. Score!
Ready for a combination of liposuction and a Brazilian Butt Lift?
SHOP ONLINE WITH CONFIDENCE! The performance of any treatment or procedure provided by Meadows Surgical Arts is at the sole discretion of our medical staff. If you are not an appropriate candidate for a procedure you have purchased, the purchase amount may be applied to another procedure, treatment or product that is available in our online store or in our office, or may be refunded.
Prices include all surgical fees, Booty Buddy®, and compression garment.
NOTE: Purchase of this surgical procedure does not constitute a physician/patient relationship; that is established at the consultation/pre-op appointment. A benefits of purchasing online are a) locking in the price (for those who pay with a downpayment or in full); and b) priority scheduling (for those who pay in full), which includes this combined consultation/pre-op appointment (no longer 2 separate appointments, so you save time). When your payment has been received by Meadows Surgical Arts, you will be contacted to set up your consult/pre-op appointment, and your surgery appointment. If you have paid a 10% downpayment on your surgery online, this does not represent a discount off the price of the surgery (although it may appear as a "sale price"); the remainder is due at your pre-op appointment.