Cosmetic Surgery Tips

tummy tuck with bbl recovery

When you’re looking to undergo a cosmetic procedure, you might be wondering how long it’s going to take you to recover. The good news is that recovery time varies from person to person, but we can help you get an idea of what to expect!

We’ll start by breaking down some of the main parts of your recovery. First, there’s the actual surgery itself. This can take anywhere from two hours to four hours depending on how many procedures are being performed. After the surgery, you’ll go into recovery where you can expect your surgeon and other staff members to be with you throughout the process. They’ll monitor your vital signs and answer any questions that come up during this time period. Then comes the post-op period where patients will rest for about six hours after their procedure before being released home with instructions on how to care for their new body part(s).

Once at home, patients should keep themselves covered with loose clothing for about five days following surgery as this helps reduce swelling and bruising around surgical areas; however, showering is fine as long as bandages are kept dry at all times during this process (or else they risk getting wet and causing infection). It may also be recommended that patients apply compression garments over incisions so they don’t stretch out

tummy tuck with bbl recovery

I know it can be hard to find the right information when you’re researching a procedure like tummy tuck with bbl recovery. That’s why I created this blog—to give you the resources you need to make an informed decision about your surgery.

In this first post, we’ll talk about what to expect during recovery from a tummy tuck with bbl, including some common questions and concerns, and how long it will take for you to recover fully. The next post will focus on all the steps involved in preparing for your procedure and what you can do once you’ve had it done.

Recovery After a Tummy Tuck and BBL

Your level of aftercare and how well you follow the surgeon’s post-surgery instructions are critical elements in determining the final results of your procedure. For example, if you are seeking a nice round bottom and a flat tummy, the surgeon will let you know which things you can and cannot do after surgery to ensure those results.

BBL recovery is approximately 4 weeks and involves sitting on a special cushion that prevents you from putting weight on your buttocks. Some patients can return to work after one week, depending on their job, but are not allowed to do anything strenuous for at least 4 weeks.

Tummy tuck requires a recovery period of 4 – 6 weeks. The first several days you will have trouble standing up straight and you can not lie on your stomach.

With a BBL you cannot put any pressure on your buttocks for several weeks, and with a tummy tuck you can not lie on your stomach and it is recommended that you use a resting position like if you are lying in a recliner chair.

Taking time to rest and recover is necessary to give your body time to heal. Due to the nature of these two surgeries, finding a position to rest or sleep could be challenging and could make your recovery longer than if you did the two procedures at different times.

BBL surgery in tandem with a tummy tuck would mean a fairly extensive recovery process.

In conclusion, I should say it is possible to combine Brazilian butt lift surgery with a tummy tuck into one procedure, especially with a triple board-certified, highly experienced surgeon like Dr. Angelina Postoev. However, your safety, health, and results are most important. Sometimes it is wiser to take the slightly longer route to ensure you obtain the result you desire with the least amount of risk.

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