BBL And Tummy Tuck Together

Does it make sense to get a BBL and tummy tuck together? Will it reduce the recovery time significantly, or will it just make the process more complex? Let’s find out the answers to these questions.

We, humans, are getting adventurous day by day, aren’t we? We are looking to go beyond what nature has been willing to give us, be it in terms of scientific progress or aesthetic appeal. For example, cosmetic surgery is growing leaps and bounds, and some hitherto procedures considered dangerous such as a BBL, are now becoming commonplace!

BBL And Tummy Tuck Together

If you are interested in plastic surgery, you may be interested in reducing your tummy and enhancing your bust as well. You have already decided to have surgery, which is an important decision, and I think, “I have had surgery; why not add another one?” 

These two operations have very similar processes, but is it wise to get a BBL and tummy tuck together? 

Can I Get a BBL and Tummy Tuck at the Same Time?

Brazilian Buttlift (BLL) and Tummy Tuck are two common ways to achieve an hourglass body. Some doctors perform these two procedures simultaneously. In fact, there are many who will even offer you BBL and tummy tuck specials: a combined package deal at a lower price.

Plastic surgeons, on the other hand, believe that doing them separately is in your best interests.

A lot of people believe that combining surgical treatments is beneficial since it reduces recuperation time. You’re correct; this is accurate but with caveats. This is very dependent on the operations you wish to amalgamate. Let’s understand this with some examples.

BBL And Tummy Tuck Together

Are The Operations Being Combined Compatible?

The first thing to consider is how complex are the procedures which you are looking to combine. If the individual procedures are comparatively simpler, and their recovery time is manageably short, then it may not make sense to put your body through the extra strain of multiple surgeries at one time.

Let’s take a few examples to understand this: BBL with a Mommy Makeover, a Tummy Tuck, and combining tummy tuck and BA.

Mommy Makeover With BBL Recovery

For example, take the case of combining a mommy makeover surgery with BBL. A mommy makeover is nothing but a series of operations that try to reduce the impact of age and childbirth on the physical beauty of the mother, especially things like sagging breasts and buttocks.

A technique like the mommy makeover with BBL, which combines numerous procedures (typically including breast augmentation, tummy tuck, and liposuction) together in one surgical procedure, actually takes less time to recuperate than if you had them done one at a time. However, it is still a significant operation with a lengthy recovery period.

BBL And Tummy Tuck Together

Tummy Tuck With Breast Augmentation

Tummy tucks frequently incorporate liposuction with breast augmentation, and surgery and recovery are significantly more manageable because the breast and abdomen are situated on the body at the same side and thus making the procedure a lot simpler. 

BBL and Tummy Tuck Together

Now let’s come to the crux of the matter. The main problem is that performing these two operations at the same time can make recovery difficult. After abdominal wall formation, you need to lie on your back for a while. However, BBL requires the opposite; you need to avoid lying on your back and putting pressure on your buttock area.

The video below explains this in more detail

Mini Tummy Tuck and BBL

Many people believe that taking a mini tummy tuck with BBL might be a great option since a mini tummy tuck puts less tension on your abdominal area. You can therefore sleep easily on your stomach. This is a good option because it solves the problem of having to lie on your back.

So, here’s our response. Is it feasible to combine a Brazilian butt-lift with a stomach tuck in one procedure? Absolutely, but do we recommend it? No.

Time Taken For Surgery and Overall Health After The Surgery.

Another factor to consider is the amount of time it takes to complete each stage. Both the buttock lift and the tummy tuck are lengthy and complicated procedures, and the patient must be in good health to mix the two. 

This indicates that you can check all preoperative laboratories for long-term anesthesia and have a good BMI and weight in a healthy range as you will have to undergo several operations.

However, the longer the anesthesia for surgery, the higher the risk after surgery, so it is best to be careful to avoid unnecessary risks, which is why the doctor will Always put your safety and health first.

BBL And Tummy Tuck Together

Time Period of Recovery Brazilian Butt Lift and Tummy Tuck

Lastly, the critical reason for not recommending a combination of BBL and tummy tuck is that recovery is challenging. Both BBL and tummy tuck are very complex and time-consuming surgeries, which means that each surgery requires a lengthy recovery period to be considered.

How Long Should I Take Off For BBL?

You should take around a week off work for BBL but at the very least four to six weeks before engaging in any rigorous activity. And here’s the major stumbling block in your recovery: you won’t be able to sit on your buttock or sleep flat for at least two weeks, and you’ll probably have to remain off your buttock for a few weeks.

How Long Should I Take Off For Tummy Tuck?

You can expect a four to six-week recuperation period after a tummy tuck. You may have trouble standing up straight in the days after your treatment, at the very least before you may undertake any vigorous activities. We also urge that you refrain from laying on your stomach.

What Happens When I Combine The Two?

However, here’s the catch: If you’ve had both a tummy and a BBL, you’ll have to stay off your back and bottom, which makes lying down uncomfortable and, as a result, rest and healing tough. As a result, your recovery time may be longer than it would be if the two procedures were done separately.

It’s Important to give yourself time to relax and heal after any operation. Your body has gone through a lot, and any cosmetic surgery is meant to assist you in achieving the look you desire. Allowing your body to fully recover and following your surgeon’s post-operative instructions are critical stages in achieving the look you want.

The problem is that combining the BBL and tummy tuck into one procedure is totally possible, especially if your surgeon is good and very trained. A highly qualified surgeon, on the other hand, will put your health, safety, and rehabilitation first, ensuring that you don’t take on too much. 

Surgery is a powerful tool that should not be underestimated. Taking the somewhat longer road to achieve what you want and the best possible result is frequently preferable.

BBL And Tummy Tuck Together

Tummy Tuck, Breast Lift and BBL

Incompatible recovery

You will be unable to sit for at least 2 to 3 weeks after fat transfer to the buttocks. However, you will need to sit and rest down on your back to recover following a belly tuck. Surgeons who propose to combine these operations frequently neglect the conflicting recuperation demands.

The dangers are too great.

It is dangerous to undergo all of these treatments simultaneously. The main danger is an increase in the number of blood clots, and there would also be a greater danger of blood clots traveling to the lungs or heart, which are both life-threatening circumstances.

When a tummy tuck is done with liposuction, the risk increases; additionally, there would be a greater danger of infection. Fat transfer to the buttocks might result in an infection, which could compromise the breast augmentation, tummy tuck, or butt lift outcomes.

The risks outnumber the benefits.

Although you’d just have to go under anesthesia once and save money, the increased risk of complications and poor cosmetic results outweigh these advantages.

BBL And Tummy Tuck Together

So Am I the Perfect Candidate for an Hourglass Tummy Tuck and BBL?

Many people are good candidates for a BBL and a belly tuck. If you are in good health and close to your ideal weight, these treatments may be a good choice for you. They’re especially popular among women who’ve had a baby or lost a lot of weight.

Still, not everyone is a good candidate for a belly tuck or a BBL. Patients with a BMI of more than 30 will, for example, need to lose weight before surgery to guarantee a safe experience and the best results. Patients who have unreasonable expectations for these two treatments may not be suitable candidates.