Revision BBL is a specialized procedure for those who have had unsatisfactory
outcomes from previous BBL surgery(s). The goal of this procedure is to correct
irregularities and improve the buttock contour. However, achieving 100% repair
is not always possible. The process often involves multiple procedures, including
fat transfer, micro-liposuction, additional liposuction, scar release, and radio
frequency soft tissue contraction treatment.
Ideal candidates for BBL revision are individuals who have previously undergone a BBL procedure and are dissatisfied with the results. Candidates should be in good overall health, have realistic expectations, and understand that the procedure may require multiple sessions. A personal consultation is necessary to determine specific candidacy.
Candidates for a BBL revision may have experienced a variety of concerns post-BBL surgery, including:
The results of BBL revision are varied and highly individual, depending on the initial conditions and the specific techniques used. The aim is to correct any irregularities and improve the contours of the buttocks. While a full 100% repair may not be achievable, significant improvements can often be made, leading to increased patient satisfaction and improved body image.
Revision BBL is typically performed using a combination of techniques tailored to the patient’s needs. This may include micro-liposuction to smooth out high areas, fat transfer to fill in dented areas, additional liposuction for better contouring, and radiofrequency/microneedling treatments like Morpheus8 Body, BodyTite and J-Plasma Renuvion for tissue contraction.
During the procedure, you will be under anesthesia to ensure your comfort. Your surgeon will use specialized techniques to correct irregularities and enhance your BBL contour. The exact methods will depend on your specific situation and the treatment plan developed during your consultation. Depending on the complexity of the revision, the procedure can take any where from one to several hours. As this often involves multiple procedures over time, a phased treatment plan may be proposed to allow your body to recover between treatments.