What Is Involved In The Buttock Augmentation Procedure?

There are different ways to augment the buttocks which is why we tend to have many patients ask what is involved in the buttock augmentation procedure. Essentially, the most effective way to enhance the buttocks through a buttock augmentation procedure is either through incision techniques or by using tissue procedures such as body lifting. In this video, there will be more information provided on this and what you need to know about the surgery.

In the example of the first case study, it shows our patient who has gone through the buttock augmentation procedure. There are obvious differences in how much the surgery has improved the appearance of her buttocks from before to after. Over time there has been the introduction of silicone implants to improve the appearance of the buttocks which has seen a larger increase of its use since it was introduced.

It’s worth noting that there are several risks involved if the surgeon does not have an area of expertise in malpractice when it comes to the buttock augmentation procedure process. For example, it is considered illegal to inject fat into the buttocks and with a mortality rate of 1 in 3000, it has reduced the popularity of the procedure. If fat is to be injected, it should only be considered in a very small amount into the relevant issues. A second case study is provided to show the improvements that can be achieved when fat transfer and liposculpture are applied at the same time

As there are different options and risks involved with having the procedure it’s important to run through these in a consultation. For butt augmentation in malpractice, using small amounts of fat transfer is the preferred method in the butt augmentation procedure but the risks and limitations of this can be discussed in a consultation.

If you’d like more information on butt augmentation surgery then you can get in touch by contacting us here or by calling 0161 401 4064.

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