What is ultrasafe BBL?
Anyone considering Brazilian butt lift is aware that the operation is associated with controversial safety issues. There have been reports of the operation being the most dangerous cosmetic surgery procedure and plastic surgery. These reports are false and they have proven to be false by data analysis. The operation has been advised against performing in the United Kingdom for the past three years.
Although a Brazilian butt lift is not the most dangerous operation in plastic surgery, the fact remains: when improperly performed it can lead to fatal complications. These complications all stem from fat being placed too deep in the gluteal region and are completely avoidable.
Through multiple research publications headed by Dr. Delvecchio, plastic surgeons around the world have been able to improve their knowledge of gluteal fat grafting. Specifically:
- Fat placed in the gluteus muscle is dangerous and could lead to pulmonary fat embolism.
- Fat placed just under the skin in the subcutaneous region is completely safe and cannot lead to pulmonary fat embolism.
- The way to ensure that the insertion of fat is always in the subcutaneous region can be achieved with 100% certainty by using ultrasound-guided fat transfer.
Dr. Delvecchio performs all his Brazilian butt lifts using ultrasound-guided fat transfer, or “ULTRASAFEBBL”
Please click on one of the links below for more information about this topic and how Dr. Delvecchio‘s research has helped change the narrative on BBL:
- Clinical Implications of Gluteal Fat Graft Migration: A Dynamic Anatomical Study
- Common Sense for the Common Good: Staying Subcutaneous during Fat Transplantation to the Gluteal Region
- Practice Advisory on Gluteal Fat Grafting
- Subcutaneous Migration: A Dynamic Anatomical Study of Gluteal Fat Grafting
- Brazilian Butt Lift Deaths on the Rise, Despite Efforts