What are Brazilian Butt Lift Risks and Complications?
Most of the time, cosmetic surgery procedures go very smoothly, the patient recovers completely, and everything works out the way it should. However, despite all the precautions clinics and surgical staff take to prevent complications, they do occur on rare occasions. So as with any surgery, the Brazilian butt lift procedure comes with certain risks. It's also possible to develop complications during or after surgery. Before you have any surgical procedure, it's important to educate yourself about these risks.
If, after reading this page, you still have questions, we invite you to schedule a free consultation so we can talk with you about the procedure, and provide you with more information.
Possible Brazilian Butt Lift Risks and Complications
At TCC, your safety is our number one priority. We take every precaution to ensure our state-of-the-art facility provides you not only with comfort, but security in the knowledge that your procedure is being performed in a sterile and technologically advanced environment.
However, complications can still sometimes arise either during or after any type of surgery. Brazilian butt lift risks and complications include, but are not limited to:
Also called a blood clot, a hematoma occurs when blood collects near the surgical site. The pooling blood causes swelling, discomfort, and pain. Bruising is also a common sign of a hematoma, and can be blue, purple or black in color. Some small hematomas can be absorbed back into the body, but a severe hematoma may require medical attention.
Somewhat like a hematoma, a seroma is a buildup of fluid that can occur after surgery. It usually appears as a small bump in the surgical area. A seroma occurs when damaged blood and lymphatic vessels expel plasma, the clear, yellowish fluid portion of blood. As with hematomas, small seromas can be absorbed back into the body as your body heals itself. However, larger seromas can sometimes become infected, and require medical attention.
Excessive movement or pressure put on the surgical site may cause incisions to reopen. This is part of why post-surgical care is so important.