Create the derriere you desire with buttock implants. The buttocks are among the most difficult areas of the body to tone. As many men and women have realised, diet and exercise are sometimeso inadequate to create an ideal-sculpted derriere.
Buttock augmentation is a very effective and safe way to add volume back to the buttock to create a more full and youthful buttock.
What can buttock implants do for your appearance?
With this revolutionary body contouring procedure, buttock implants can enhance shape and even improve the symmetry and contours of your buttocks, helping bring balance and sensuality to your body profile. The final result is firm, toned and better-contoured buttock, similar to what your buttock may look like after extensive workout.
What happens during buttock implant surgery?
Buttock implant procedure is carried out by inserting specially shaped gluteal implants within the muscle overlying the buttock area.
The implants are made of a low bleed silicone elastomer that comes in a round and tear dropped shape. The shape and size of the implant is specifically-customized to the patient’s needs and dimensions of the patient’s buttock. The surgery is performed on an outpatient basis, meaning you will be asleep during the procedure, which lasts about 2 hours.
Your plastic surgeon will place a well-concealed incision in the buttock cleft to allow access to place the implants within the muscle overlying the buttock area. Due to the innovative technique of implant placement, they will look and feel completely natural.
Who qualifies for buttock implants?
Good candidates for buttock implant surgery:
- Have a flat backside and are looking to add shape and curve through exercise
- Are in good overall health
- Have realistic expectations of the surgery
Recovering from buttock implants
Most patients take a week off of work to recover from buttock implants. It’s highly recommended to lie on your side, stomach or remain in upright position during the first week after buttock implants.
As you will be experiencing some bruising, you will need some pain medication during the first week.