Buttock Lift

If you are one of those who wants to enlarge or reshape their buttocks and have discovered that diet or exercise is not really helping, then buttock lift may be the right solution you have been looking for. A buttock lift or buttock augmentation contours the buttocks and compensates for low level of fat in that area. Men and women who want to enlarge their bottoms can have a more voluptuous and perky profile. Buttock lift can also be gained through injections of the patients own body fat or with the help of silicone implants. Buttock lift is basically performed on those people who have large amounts of loose hanging skin on the buttocks and on the back of their upper thighs. Butt lift may also improve the appearance of cellulite and its main aim to return the body to a normal appearance after losing skin elasticity due to excessive weight loss and age related changes. Though small amount of fat can also be removed with excess skin, butt lift also removes significant fat deposits.

Your surgeon will order pre-op lab tests also in order to confirm your health status. They may also want you to require certain medications in the week or two before the surgery including avoidance of many anti-inflammatory drugs, and herbal supplements, for two weeks prior to surgery. If you are a smoker, surgeon may ask you to stop in advance of surgery.

Recovery and Downtime

Patient is advised not sit for a week following the procedure. Most patients resume their work after two weeks, provided it is not much of sitting. Exhausting activity or comprehensivesitting is required to be should be avoided until at least 4 to 6 weeks have passed. It is important that your incisions are not subjected to extreme force, abrasion, or motion during this time. In all surgeries, it is important to understand these guidelines which are based on patient’s personal health, techniques used and other factors surrounding the surgery. In case, you face severe pain, contact your doctor.

Risks and Complications:

Risks and possible complications include:

  • Excessive bleeding
  • Skin or fat necrosis (tissue death)
  • Unfavorable scarring
  • Cardiac and pulmonary complications
  • Poor wound healing or wound separation
  • Blood clots
  • Temporary or permanent change/loss of skin sensation

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