What Is the Recovery Period for A Brazilian Butt Lift?

First Few Days

Bruising and soreness across your buttocks are completely normal immediately after undergoing this procedure. You may also notice redness around the fat removal and injection sites. The discomfort, redness and bruising should slow dissipate across the first week of recovery. If you notice any increase in pain or redness, contact your surgeon right away.

You can slowly walk around immediately after the surgery to keep blood clots at bay and help blood flow return to your lower extremities. You should not squat, lift, jump, climb or run in any capacity until you receive permission from your cosmetic surgeon.

Following Weeks

To ensure the treatment area continually receives adequate blood flow, you will need to avoid sitting for up to three weeks. During this time, you may need to wear a compression garment that helps your body retain its new shape through the healing period. The garment also helps keep the tissue in your buttocks from swelling during periods of sitting or activity. Depending on your rate of healing and overall prognosis, you may wear the compression garment for up to eight weeks total.

Achieving Great Results

Abiding by doctor’s aftercare instructions goes a long way in ensuring you achieve the results you seek by having the Brazilian butt lift procedure performed. It is also important to attend all follow-up appointments to allow your doctor to gauge your healing progress and guide your recovery. In the end, the time and effort you put into the recovery period will pay out in dividends after you fully heal from the procedure.

If you’re interested in the Brazilian Butt Lift procedure or have general questions on cosmetic surgery procedures, contact Dr. Gregory Roche today!