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BUTTUCKS ENHANCEMENT AND BRAZILIAN BUTT LIFT

Buttocks enhancement (or augmentation) is designed to create a more attractive buttock through silicone implantation, or fat transplantation from the patient’s own body. This is known as fat grafting. Many female patients enhance their breasts and then realize that their back side is no longer proportional. The buttocks enhancement evens out the front-to-back imbalance experienced by these women. Men with flat or poorly developed back sides benefit from this procedure as well by gaining a more favorable shape to their buttock.

THERE ARE THREE AREAS OF THE BUTTOCK THAT ARE CONSIDERED SEPARATELY:

• The upper buttock

• The mid buttock

• The lower buttock

Each of these areas are considered separately because fat, muscle, and bone distribution affects each area differently. Your surgeon will evaluate each region during the consultation to determine the best course of action during the enhancement surgery.

BEFORE AND DURING THE SURGERY

Your surgeon will want to meet with you prior to scheduling a procedure to determine whether or not you are a good candidate for a buttocks enhancement. The following points cover some of the information your surgeon will want to know:

• Why do you want to do the procedure?

• What is your desired outcome?

• Do you have any current medical conditions or drug allergies?

• Are you being treated for any other medical conditions?

• Have you undergone any previous surgeries?

• What medications, vitamins, herbal and other supplements, and drugs (including steroids) are you currently using?

• Do you use alcohol and tobacco?

• Do you regain weight easily?

Your surgeon will want to meet with you prior to scheduling a procedure to determine whether or not you are a good candidate for a buttocks enhancement. The following points cover some of the information your surgeon will want to know:

• Any risk factors you are experiencing, along with any pre-existing conditions

• Photographs that will be included in your medical record, and to aid in determining the extent of improvement

• Treatment options and recommendations

• Discussing possible outcomes of the procedure

• The use of anesthesia during the procedure

YOUR SURGEON MAY ALSO INSTITUTE:

• Dietary guidelines or restrictions

• Alcohol consumption guidelines or restrictions

• Avoiding certain vitamin supplements

INSTRUCTIONS YOU WILL RECEIVE MAY INCLUDE:

• What to do on the day of the surgery.

• Using anesthesia during your procedure.

• Any post-op care and treatments.

BEFORE THE DAY OF THE SURGERY, YOU WILL BE ADVISED OR REQUIRED TO:

• Complete routine blood tests to determine overall physical health

• Avoid taking aspirin, anti-inflammatory drugs, or herbal supplements that increase bleeding

Fat grafting takes fat from other areas of the body and transfers this fat to the buttock area. There are other benefits to using this procedure: patients benefit from gentle liposuction in the donor sites, and because the fat is taken from your own body, there is very little risk of the body rejecting the transplanted tissue. Most people have extra fat to donate for this procedure, but for those few who do not, the implant option is available.

During the transplant procedure, your surgeon takes fat from the donor sites, usually while you are under IV sedation anesthesia, and injects that tissue into predetermined areas of your buttocks. Some areas will receive more fat than others based on the need for re-contouring. For example, the upper buttock may need more fat than the lower buttock, or vice versa. Your surgeon will apply as much transplanted tissue as is needed to make an aesthetically contoured and shapely buttock.

The implant option is similar to other implant procedures. A three-inch incision is made down the midline of the buttock, and the implant is inserted through this incision. Then the surgeon will create a pocket for the implant in the soft tissue area between the muscle and fat layer. Scar tissue will help keep the implant in place. Dissolvable stitches will be placed in the initial incision, and a bandage will be applied to help reduce swelling and discomfort. The patient is allowed to go home about two hours after the surgery.

AFTER THE PROCEDURE IS COMPLETE

After the transplant procedure, discomfort is typically mild and easily treated by over-the-counter pain medications. A compression garment will have to be worn for one to two weeks after the surgery, and you may be able to return to work in three to five days. Progressive exercise may begin after two weeks. Postoperative massage and ultrasound treatments begin one week after the surgery. These treatments may be completed by a physical therapist.

After implant surgery, you will need someone to drive you home and help with your daily routine for as long as possible. Moving around may be difficult during recovery. Pain and discomfort may be managed using over-the-counter medications. Movement should become easier after about a week. Swelling and bruising may occur, but will begin to fade after a week. You will need to limit physical activity and exercise for up to four weeks. Your surgeon will remove the bandages a few days after the procedure. You may begin to shower after the bandage is removed. It may take several months before results will be fully visible.

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