Who is a Good CANDIDATE for a Brazilian Tummy Tuck ?
When is the best time to get a Brazilian Tummy Tuck?
Good candidates for Brazilian tummy tucks typically have the following characteristics:
What BMI should I be at for a Brazilian Tummy Tuck?
While there is no specific BMI that you need to be at for a Brazilian tummy tuck, it is important to be close to your ideal body weight. This can help ensure better results and reduce your risk of complications.
What are the possible risks of a Brazilian Tummy Tuck?
As with any surgery, there are risks associated with Brazilian tummy tucks. These risks include bleeding, infection, and reactions to anesthesia. Other potential risks include blood clots, seroma formation, and nerve damage. Your surgeon will discuss these risks with you in detail during your consultation.
How much fat do I need to be eligible for a Brazilian Tummy Tuck?
There is no specific amount of fat that you need to be eligible for a Brazilian tummy tuck. However, it is important to have enough excess fat and skin in the lower abdomen to warrant this type of surgery. Your surgeon will assess your individual case during your consultation to determine if you are a good candidate.
How many times can I get a Brazilian Tummy Tuck?
What is the difference between a Brazilian Tummy Tuck and a traditional Tummy Tuck?
The main difference between a Brazilian tummy tuck and a traditional tummy tuck is the extent of the surgery. Brazilian tummy tucks are more extensive, as they involve the removal of excess skin and fat from not only the lower abdomen, but also the sides and back. This results in a more comprehensive transformation than a traditional tummy tuck.
*Individual results are not guaranteed and may vary from person to person. Images may contain models. Information provided is for educational purposes only, you will need to consult with a qualified board-certified surgeon in order to discuss if you are a candidate for this procedure.