Brazilian Butt Lift


A Brazilian butt lift is a type of buttock augmentation which involves using a 

person’s own fat to naturally augment and shape the buttocks.  I use VASER 

liposuction to create the natural curves, lines and shadows of the body.   Improving 

the body’s profile, contour and shape.  


There are areas that are treated with liposuction that dramatically improve the

the overall shape of the buttocks, creating a much more sensual and 

attractive transition such as from the lower back to the upper part of the buttocks.  This alone may result in a significant improvement in the silhouette. 



 I have been fortunate to have trained with Dr. Alfredo Hoyos, a world-renowned plastic surgeon, who revolutionized “hi-def” liposuction with the use of VASER and utilizes this technology in Brazilian butt lifts.

 It is quite dramatic and highly satisfying

to see the significant change that occurs by

utilizing these techniques.


Your safety is of utmost importance. I employ

the latest safety guidelines from the American

Society of Plastic Surgeons including the placement

of the fat in the subcutaneous plane only, avoiding intravascular injection of fat.

Actual Patient


       Outpatient: patients should be watched overnight          by a caregiver; if necessary arrangements for                overnight stays at a specialized facility are can              be made.

       Results are immediate; expect bruising and                    swelling to persist for 1-2 weeks.

       Pain is variable. Oral pain medicine may be                    needed for up to 5-7 days.

       Suture removal: sutures placed are usually                      dissolvable.

       Drains may be placed and removed promptly.

       Activity/Shower/Driving restriction: Encouraged to          walk.  Shower 2 days after surgery. May drive                when no longer requiring narcotic pain medication.        No strenuous activity/heavy lifting for 6 weeks.

       Time off work: expect to require 2 weeks off of              work depending on job demands.

       Follow-up: you will be seen the day after surgery            and then in office following surgery at 1 week, 2            weeks, 4 weeks, 2 months, and 3 months or as              needed.