Buttocks Augmentation

Buttocks Augmentation is a plastic surgery procedure designed to enhance the size of the buttocks. Buttock augmentation can be done by using silicone implants or fat from a person’s body, known as fat transfer (or “fat grafting“). Patients who desire buttocks augmentation generally lack fat in this area, or are unable to develop proportionate gluteal muscles.

Surgery time:

2 to 3 hours..

Recovery period: 

Pain, bruising and some discomfort may occur. Buttock implant patients will not be able to lie on their backs for about 2 weeks. Most surgeons recommend wearing a compression garment to hold down swelling. Back to work: 2 weeks.

Risks:

Bleeding, infection, nerve and muscle damage. Butt implants can shift and make one buttock different than the other. Other risks include adverse reaction to anesthesia, and the need for a second, or sometimes third, procedure. Risks of infection are higher when incisions are made near the rectal area.

Results:

Permanent.

 

Anesthesia: 

General