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“People Die From BBL” – Dr. Anthony Youn

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“It is said to give women the perfect hourglass figure to make them look like the Kardashians, Cardi B, Nicki Minaj…

But this increasingly popular surgical procedure also has one of the highest mortality rates” – Dr. Anthony Youn, board-certified plastic surgeon.


The important thing people need to know about BBL surgery is that it can be dealt with in the wrong hands. The increasingly popular procedure has one of the highest mortality rates of any cosmetic surgery.

Emerging in Brazil in the 1960’s, the growing popularity of the BBL has gone hand in hand with the rise of social media

Rather than silicone or saline implants, BBLS call for a fat transfer. The surgery starts by liposuction, removing fat from certain body parts, typically the abdomen, the hips and the thighs That fat is then purified and then it is re-injected into the buttocks, utilizing small incisions.


After surgery comes recovery, which calls for several weeks in a compression garment and not sitting. It can be a fairly straightforward recovery if you have a couple of hundred ccs (cubic centimetres) taken out of your body and injected into the buttocks. Recovery once again depends on how much fat is removed and injected.



In those areas where fat has been removed, there is liposuction, and those areas are going to have sores. They may drain fluid and even blood through the incisions for several days. As far as the buttocks, it is important after the operation not to sit on the buttocks to avoid putting pressure on those areas.



Although generally straightforward if performed by a qualified surgeon, the procedure leads many women to choose low-cost, high-volume centres. The problem is, if this operation is performed by a cosmetic surgeon, who does not have proper training in how to safely perform this operation, people can die and they can die very quickly.


In 2017, 1 to 2 out of 6000 BBLS resulted in death, making it a very risky procedure.
That fat that is injected into the buttocks with a BBL is permanent, but not all of it will stay. Anywhere from about 30 to 50 per cent of the fat that is injected into the buttocks with this operation will stay long term: five years, 10 years probably even longer.

The dangers arise because There are no long-term studies to show the long-term effects of BBL.

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