Brazilian Butt Lift Surgery Gone Wrong After Woman, 29, Dies
A British woman has died after reportedly having a ‘Brazilian bum lift’ in Turkey.
Star Delguidice underwent the same procedure earlier this year but believes she’s “lucky to be alive”. She is joined by Dr Ayad Harb who is a consultant plastic surgeon.#5News | @claudializatv pic.twitter.com/YFMMq9XW9V
— Channel 5 News (@5_News) August 29, 2018
In a world filled with Kardashians and Nicki Minajs, it’s no wonder why people are going to drastic measures to change the way they look. From lip fillers, to butt injections – there’s a type of surgery out there for everyone, to turn you from average into insta-worthy. However, behind these surgeries aren’t just ‘miraculous’ transformations, but gut-wrenching disasters that have started a world wide epidemic.
According to the British Association of Aesthetic (BAAPS) and Plastic Surgeons, there is one type of surgery that is the worst of them all. Brazilian Butt Lifts. You may have heard of it, as it’s a pretty popular procedure, but professionals have warned that it carries some very dangerous risks, especially when done abroad. Unfortunately, for 29-year-old, Leah Cambridge, the surgery ended in her death.
Hi everyone, we sadly lost a family friend on Monday which is why we haven’t been active on the page. Leah was such a beautiful soul, inside & out. Always smiling & laughing…. https://t.co/cD5kTbWRQW
— Lillyanne (@lillyannemedium) August 29, 2018
A spokesperson for the BAAPS, said that, ‘the surgery has the highest death rate of all procedures and due to the risk of injecting fat into large veins…it can travel to the heart or brain and cause severe illness and death.”
Leah travelled over to Turkey to get the surgery done, as it’s much cheaper and easily accessible abroad. Despite Cambridge’s partner constantly telling her that she didn’t need surgery, Leah wasn’t listening. If you were to get this surgery in the UK, it would cost anywhere between £6,500 – £10,000 ($8,500 – $13,000). However, in Turkey, it only costs £3,000 ($4,000). Although it’s still pretty expensive, it’s a much smaller price to pay for a long awaited surgical procedure, that many could only dream of…
The devastated partner of Leah Cambridge, a mother-of-three who died after travelling to Turkey for cosmetic surgery, told ITV News he had not wanted her to go as she was already “perfect” https://t.co/qULbOmSzuN pic.twitter.com/DLSu5acJjh
— ITV News (@itvnews) August 29, 2018
‘I’ve got to tell our children she’s died’: On .@itvcalendar at 10.30-the partner of Leah Cambridge, who died in Turkey during cosmetic surgery, tells how her death has devastated her family. He’s campaigning for people not to have so-called ‘butt lift’ surgery pic.twitter.com/0XW4MFgady
— Helen Steel (@HelenSteelITV) August 29, 2018
Cut price surgery? At a fatal cost. Vital advice from top U.K. Consultant #plasticSurgeon @1GerardLambe on the tragic death of Leah Cambridge in #Izmir Turkey – he is spokesperson for #BAAPS in @MailOnline on #bumLift #BBL #buttLift #botched #leeds #cosmeticSurgery pic.twitter.com/UfxZl3u34O
— Collette Walsh (@ColletteWalsh) August 29, 2018
So far, 32 patients have died as a result of this surgery, and the figure is only going to rise unless people are made aware of the dangers that it causes. There are so many other ways to get the body you desire, which are healthy and natural. It’s not worth the price if it’s going to risk your life.
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