PLUS SIZE HIGH BMI TUMMY TUCK & BBL

Plus Size BBL

What to Do Before the Procedure

Dr. Masri accepts patients with a BMI of up to 45 in general, as long as they have obtained a clean bill of health. In some cases, BMI is not limited.
Most women dream of having a glorified backside. After all, if it increases your chances of being desirable, who wouldn’t want it? But because not everyone is born with the body of their dreams, some rely on cosmetic surgeries to do the trick. No wonder plus size BBL is rapidly gaining popularity these days

If you’re on the heavier side, the good news is that you can get a plus size Brazilian butt lift to enhance your buttocks. As long as you have a clean bill of health, you can undergo this cosmetic procedure and enjoy a newfound level of sexiness. But before you sign up for one, you need to prepare your body for surgery. Read on how you can be ready for your Brazilian butt lift.

What is a Plus Size BBL (Brazilian Butt Lift)?

Brazilian butt lift (BBL) is a specialized fat transfer procedure that combines the process of fat grafting and liposuction. Your surgeon extracts fat from a fat-rich area of your body using liposuction, then transfers the purified fat to your buttocks to achieve a desirable volume and shape.

By undergoing BBL, a person loses fat in common problem areas and enhances her buttocks’ roundness and fullness. If you have a BMI of up to 45, you’re considered plus size, and hence, are eligible for plus size BBL with Dr. Nick Masri, one of the top double board-certified plastic surgeons in Miami.

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Nick Masri MD, one of Miami's top board-certified plastic surgeons.

With over 20 years of experience operating on post-bariatric and massive weight loss patients, Dr. Masri can offer cosmetic surgery to those who may have been turned down by other surgeons due to their high BMI – giving them a chance to achieve their dream body.
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5 Things to Consider Before Getting a Plus Size BBL

You should quit smoking for the meantime.

While smoking is never a healthy habit, you should avoid doing so at least two weeks before your scheduled surgery. Exposure to nicotine can delay your healing, leading to a lengthier recovery.

Sunbathing is a big no-no.

Much like smoking, avoid sunbathing for at least two weeks before your plus size Brazilian butt lift schedule. This will keep your skin healthy and lower your chances of developing unsightly, hyperpigmented scars.

Plus size BBL: Avoid medications that contain blood thinners.

You should let your doctor know of any drugs, supplements, or herbal medicines you’re taking before your plus size BBL Miami. 

Blood thinners, in particular, can cause bleeding during surgery, so you’ll be instructed by Dr. Masri to stop taking it at least two weeks before surgery.

Undergo diagnostic exams to determine health status.

Although a BMI is often used as a criteria for an acceptable weight range before your plus size BBL Miami, it is not a definitive indicator of health status. 

Consult with Dr. Masri.

Dr. Masri will recommend undergoing a series of examinations to ensure you’re healthy. While weight may complicate the surgery for some individuals, it’s not always the case.

You’ll find many plastic surgeons who offer BBL, but only a rare handful who work with plus size individuals — and Dr. Masri is the top choice in Miami.

Check out his previous clients’ plus size BBL results, as well as some plus size BBL before and after photos. After all, it’s best to hire a surgeon who’s been working with the same body type as yours.

To ensure your safety, Dr. Masri exclusively performs his operations in accredited hospitals, where there’s immediate access to safety and emergency equipment.

Dr. Masri, a plus size BBL doctor in Miami, will help you with every stage of the process, letting you achieve the body you've always been dreaming of.

Double board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. Nick Masri specializes in doing BBL for patients with a BMI of up to 45. Most surgeons only accept patients with a BMI of 35 and below.

I do not use BMI as a sole criterion in determining one's candidacy for surgery.

As all patients have individualized goals and surgical nuances, a high BMI should not prevent them from achieving their plastic surgery goals.
Nick Masri MD

Nick Masri MD

Double Board-Certified Plastic Surgeon