Frequently Asked Questions
Will I be Hospitalised?
The hospitalisation of a patient is dependent on post-surgery conditions. Most people who have a BBL are allowed to go home after the procedure if there are no complications.
Will I scar?
The BBL is a non-invasive procedure and the chances of scarring are low to nil unless other correlating health issues react to the injecting nature of the procedure (medical history will be discussed at the consult to assess candidacy).
What to expect post procedure?
You can expect a change in skin firmness. The size of the derriere and discomfort around the area for a minimum of 1-2 weeks. Each individual body is different with recovery and it is important to give the body as much time to heal and settle as possible.
I am a smoker; will I need to reconsider?
Smoking isn’t preferred for at least 3 weeks prior to the procedure as it can interfere with the cell transfer; please ensure you understand this before considering the procedure.
What are the risks
Like every procedure, there are complications and risk attached to BBL. Risks include blood clots, infections, deep vein thrombosis, pulmonary and cardiac complications. Fat embolisms being the most common risk.
Dr Goldman takes pride in his attention to detail and will ensure that all risks associated with the procedure in conjunction with the patient is discussed and averted.