If you want to augment, reshape and enhance your buttock looks, a buttock augmentation surgery is the right procedure for you as it provides you with an uplifted and attractive buttock profile.
A buttock augmentation surgery is the right choice if:
- You want your buttocks to be more proportional to the rest of your body
- You want a more rounded and youthful look
- You have sagging, loose, or flat buttocks due to age or weight loss.
How is a Buttock Augmentation Surgery performed?
There are two ways in which it can be done, one of the is the popular “Brazilian Butt Lift” or Autologous procedure, the other way is using gluteal implants.
What is a Brazilian Butt Lift?
In this procedure, your surgeon will take fatty tissue from other areas of your body, usually, the abdomen hips, back, and thighs; process it for fat transfer, and then reinject it through small incisions to reshape your buttocks.
Some patients don’t have enough fatty tissue, gluteal implants could be a better option for reshaping flat buttocks. In this procedure, the surgeon places soft silicone implants through an incision in the buttock crease.
Recovery time after Buttock Augmentation Surgery
Following your cosmetic surgeon instructions is an absolute must to achieve a good healing and a fast recovery. He or she will specify information about how long should you wear compression garments, how to sit, when you should take antibiotics if prescribed, and the type of activity that is safer during your recovery time. Your surgeon will also give you detailed instructions about the normal feelings you will experience and how to identify any unexpected signs of complications. The recovery time varies from one person to another. There is not a precise time for recovery of any individual patient.
On the first day after buttock augmentation surgery, you will have to stay in bed, laying on your stomach and with the compression garment on. You may be able to get up and walk on the second post-surgery day. You will be instructed to lie on your stomach or side to avoid pressure on your buttocks during the first three days and you won’t be able to sit for the first ten days. After that you will need a special cushion to sit. You can normally expect some bruising and swelling in the buttock, abdominal or thigh area during recovery. This will begin to subside after a few days.
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