Brazilian Butt Lift | Butt Implants in Houston

About the Brazilian Butt Lift

Brazilian Butt Lift | Butt Implants in HoustonThe Brazilian Butt Lift is a procedure designed to enlarge and lift the buttocks to enhance their shape and contour. During treatment fat is removed from one area of the body where there is an excess, such as the abdomen, and then injected into the buttocks. Good candidates include healthy individuals who are looking to enhance the appearance of the buttocks and who have excess fat that can be harvested from one or more areas for placement in the buttocks. Patients who smoke are generally not good candidates as the fat grafting typically does not take.

Dr. Paul Vitenas performs the Brazilian Butt Lift at the Memorial Hermann Southeast Hospital. Located in Houston, Texas, near Pearland, Clear Lake and Friendswood, the Memorial Hermann Southeast Hospital was voted as one of the top 100 hospitals in the U.S.

The Brazilian Butt Lift is typically performed with general anesthesia and takes an average of one to three hours to complete. Very small incisions measuring approximately one-quarter inch in length are made in concealed locations within the skin creases. The fat is then collected from selected areas on the body using liposuction techniques. Once the fat is removed, it is prepared and then injected into multiple layers of the buttocks to lift and fill the buttocks to the desired size and shape.

Recovery following the Brazilian Butt Lift takes approximately one to two weeks. There are no drains or stitches that need to be removed. Most patients are able to return to work within five to seven days, however patients should stay off their butts as much as possible during the first two weeks. More strenuous activity and exercise can usually be resumed after six weeks. Complications are very minimal. The Brazilian butt lift produces excellent results and patients are very satisfied.

butt liftDr. Vitenas is a board certified plastic surgeon with extensive experience in body contouring procedures including the Brazilian Butt Lift. Located in Houston, Texas, his cosmetic surgery practice is convenient to Pearland, Friendswood and Clear Lake. If you would like to learn more about the Brazilian Butt Lift or schedule a consultation with Dr. Vitenas, please call (281) 484-0088.


Q – What is the Brazilian Butt Lift?

The Brazilian Butt Lift is a procedure which lifts and enlarges the buttocks to enhance their shape and contour. Fat is removed from another area of the body and then injected into the buttocks.

Q – What is the cost of a Brazilian butt lift or butt augmentation (lift) surgery?

The cost of the Brazilian butt lift generally ranges from $9,000.00 to $11,000.00. The exact cost of this cosmetic procedure depends on the individual and time it will take Dr. Vitenas to complete the procedure.

For a specific price of your Brazilian butt lift procedure, please upload your photos to our contact us form with your contact information and a brief description of what it is that you are looking to achieve through surgery so that Dr, Vitenas can review your individual needs and give you an estimate based on your desired results.

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Q – How do I know if I’m a candidate for the Brazilian Butt Lift?

Candidates for the Brazilian Butt Lift are healthy and are looking to enhance the appearance of their buttocks. Patients must have sufficient fat that can be harvested from one or more donor areas. In addition, smokers are not good candidates as fat grafting does not take in patients who smoke.

Q – Where are the incisions made?

The incisions are made in very well-concealed locations within the natural skin creases. In addition, they are very small, measuring just one-quarter inch in length.

Q – What is the recovery time following the Brazilian Butt Lift?

The recovery time following the Brazilian Butt Lift takes approximately one to two weeks. During the first two weeks, patients should stay off of their butts as much as possible. Most patients find that they can return to work after five to seven days and they are able to resume exercise and more strenuous activities after six weeks.