The Brazilian Butt Lift, or BBL, is one of the most popular cosmetic surgeries for reshaping and contouring the body. Dr. Daniel Del Vecchio is known across the globe as a BBL specialist, pioneering many of the advancements in liposuction and fat transfer techniques. One of the benefits of the traditional BBL procedure is removing fat from other areas to transfer to the buttocks. However, thin individuals may not have the excess fat to remove and may not be good candidates for a routine BBL. Instead, Back Bay Plastic Surgery offers the Skinny BBL for our slim patients that want to enhance their rear.
What Is a Skinny BBL Surgery?
BBL procedures generally remove fat from the abdomen or thighs to transfer to the buttock region. For individuals with a lower body fat percentage, this may not be desirable or possible. The Skinny BBL requires a more complex process of fat harvesting to obtain the amount of fat needed for the procedure. This means removing fat from multiple areas, which could include the arms, abdomen, thighs and other spots on the body.
Build a Better Butt
The Skinny BBL is perfect for thin or petite individuals that want a rounder, fuller backside. Dr. Del Vecchio is one of the most experienced BBL specialists in the world, with a reputation for incredible, lasting results. He has perfected his technique for fat grafting to reduce the loss of fat after transfer. This means less fat is needed to create the desired results, which is good news for thinner individuals who want the natural buttock volume created with a BBL. Dr. Del Vecchio can perform Lipo 360 or other liposuction methods to obtain enough fat to accentuate the buttocks on petite patients during the Skinny BBL surgery.
Many slim or petite individuals want more curves, especially in the rear. The Skinny BBL is the perfect solution for those who want the natural curves created by fat transfer versus an implant. To learn more about our Skinny BBL, contact us at Back Bay Plastic Surgery in Boston, MA, to schedule a consultation with Dr. Daniel Del Vecchio.