Non Surgical BBL (Brazilian Butt Lift)

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Non Surgical BBL (Brazilian Butt Lift) services in Calgary

At Kane Medical Aesthetics We are excited to offer non-surgical BBL treatments. Say goodbye to hip dips, cellulite and stretchmarks, Say HELLO to confidence, smoothness, and that perfect lift! Give us a call today at 403-771-2921 to book your consultation.

Our non-surgical BBL treatment is quick, virtually painless, with minimal downtime. Get ready to boost collagen, restore elasticity, and embrace your booty just in time for SUMMER!

Frequently Asked Questions - GENERAL

Q: How long do the results last?
A: According to consensus guidelines, results were better than baseline at 30 months after completing the treatment protocol based on a punch biopsy of skin treated.

Q: How long does treatment take?
A: Most injectors can perform an entire non-surgical BBL treatment in under 90 minutes.

Q: What does the treatment cost?
A: Depending on the treatment area and results desired, the average price of a complete non-surgical BBL treatment may cost between $6,000 – $8,000.

Q: Will the treatment get rid of my cellulite?
A: Many patients have found great improvement in the appearance of cellulite after their treatment of Hyperdilute Radiesse.

Q: Will I need to adjust my clothing size?
A: Unlike a surgical butt lift, most patients find improvement in the shape and texture of their buttocks post-treatment and can wear their normal attire.

Q: Does the treatment hurt?
A: With a little bit of lidocaine in the addition to the lidocaine included in the injection of the Radiesse(+) product, pain is usually negligible when compared to all other injectable services.

Q: What should I do to prepare for treatment?
A: It is recommended that patients avoid ibuprofen and other NSAIDs that can increase bleeding, bruising, or swelling. NSAIDs and alcohol should also be avoided 24 hours post treatment.

Frequently Asked Questions - NON-SURGICAL BBL TREATMENT

Q: Can I sit down after treatment?
A: Absolutely! There is no need to avoid contact with the treated area. However, we do recommend that you be gentle to the treated areas to avoid potential swelling and possible bruising.

Q: Am I required to wear special undergarments?
A: No, special undergarments are not required following non-surgical BBL treatment.

Q: How long is the recovery following treatment?
A: Most patients may resume activities on the same day as their procedure. However, some bruising may last for several days following the procedure.

Q: How soon can I shower, sauna, swim or workout?
A: We recommend that you follow your injector’s guidelines, but most patients are able to resume normal activities on the same day or within 24 hours following the procedure.

Q: How soon can I continue other treatments?
A: We recommend other aesthetic treatments either be performed prior to treatment, or seven days following treatment to allow for healing of the treated area.

Q: Will I bruise from the treatment?
A: There is always a potential for bruising but things like over-the-counter Arnica or Bromelain can help to reduce the incidence of bruising.


Q: What will be my cost for treatment?

A: Depending on the treatment area and results desired, the treatment cost starts at $4750.00


Q: What are the most common side effects?

A: Common side effects include swelling, bruising, redness, and tenderness at the injection site. These typically resolve on their own within a few days.

Q: Can a vascular occlusion occur during treatment?

A: When reconstituted / diluted, Radiesse is less viscous, and less likely to cause vascular occlusions. To date, there have been no reports of vascular occlusion with Radiesse when used in its hyperdiluted form.

Q: Is Hyperdilute Radiesse reversible?

A: Radiesse is composed of a gel carrier that can be broken down, however when injected in the hyperdiluted form, there would be no reason to discontinue a procedure, due to the consistency of the product.

Q: How does Hyperdilute Radiesse compare to Sculptra when used for this treatment?

A: Radiesse builds two types of collagens, both Type I and III and also builds elastin. Whereas Sculptra only builds collagen Type I. This provides an advantage over Sculptra, as it increases the longevity of the product as well as the firmness and tightness of the skin.


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