Many men and women who walk through our door are concerned about the shape and size of their backside. Some find their buttocks to be flat or saggy, while others think theirs look boxy, or asymmetrical compared to the rest of their body. Whether you’d like to correct age-related volume loss or simply want to plump the tush you were born with, we’re here to help.
At El Paso Plastic Surgery, one of our favorite body contouring procedures is the Brazilian Butt Lift. The procedure provides exceptional long-lasting results with limited downtime.
What is a Brazilian Butt Lift?
A Brazilian Butt Lift is essentially a 2-in-1 procedure that takes autologous fat (fat from your own body) and is used to reshape and elevate your buttocks. Fat is typically harvested from the flanks, love handles, or abdomen via liposuction before being processed and re-inserted into your backside. Results can be seen immediately and only get better as post-surgical swelling subsides.
How Much Does a Brazilian Butt Lift Cost?
The price you’ll pay for your Brazilian Butt Lift may vary based on the amount of fat removed, your overall health, and type of anesthesia used. Other factors that may contribute your the cost of your Brazilian Butt Lift are medications for your recovery, compression garments, and whether or not you decide to combine your butt lift with another procedure.
In El Paso, Texas, a typical Brazilian Butt Lift can range anywhere from $7,000 to $11,500. On average, you can expect to pay around $7,650. At El Paso Cosmetic Surgery, we offer highly individualized patient-centric care at affordable rates. Both Dr. Sozer have performed numerous body contouring procedures all with successful long-term outcomes.
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Financing Options at El Paso Cosmetic Surgery
Our practice offers three unique financing options for certain aesthetic procedures. Get the treatment you want today with 6, 12, or 18-month no-interest plans. Need more time? Ask about our extended plans through CareCredit, Prosper Healthcare Lending, and United Medical Credit.