Brazilian butt lift (BBL) is a specialized fat transfer procedure that augments the size and shape of the buttocks without implants.
However, not knowing where fat is injected is concerning. The aim is to always keep the gluteal fat injection level under the skin and above the muscle level.
Reason being for this crucial point is to avoid injuring deep buttock vessels.
Thereof, an ultrasound probe is essential to avoid injuring the deep vessels, further decreasing the risks of major complications.
Ultrasound scanner is used in this procedure as a precise method to monitor the cannula level and keep the injection site in a safe plane over the muscle.
The procedure entails using the SIFULTRAS-5.42 placed on the buttocks in order to identify the tissue layers were as the blunted cannula is introduced to the scanned area at the same time.
As the fat injection is started, the SIFULTRAS-5.42 images are projected wirelessly to a screen, so that the surgeon and assistant could follow the planes in which the cannula is being introduced.
In conclusion the SIFULTRAS-5.42 provides a precise objective method to avoid injuring the deep buttock vessels, and further decreasing the risks of major complications regarding the BBL surgery.