Prior to calling a cosmetic surgeon about having a buttock augmentation, it's important to know what type of questions to ask. While we answer a few common questions here, we suggest you make a list of additional ones you want to go over with your surgeon.
"If you're looking to improve your backside, you can schedule an autologous fat transfer."
1. What kind of buttock augmentation can you schedule?
If you're looking to improve your backside, you can schedule what is called an autologous fat transfer, also known as aBrazilianButt Lift. With a BrazilianButt Lift, a cosmetic surgeon removes fat from one area of a person's body and strategically places it into their buttocks to create a more uniform, rounder look.
2. Why does someone schedule a buttock augmentation?
People schedule buttock augmentations for a variety of personal reasons. Some are influenced by geneticswhile othersare influenced bynatural occurrences such as aging. We can make a fair assumption that people have this procedure done to feel better about themselves. Maybe their buttocks don't fit their larger frames and, no matter how much they work out, they can't develop more proportional bodies. In this case, a buttock augmentation can fix this problem andincrease self-esteem.
3. What should I expect after a butt lift?
Like any surgery, a person who has received a buttock augmentation needs to take recovery time seriously. For a few weeks after the procedure you may have some bruising and swelling in the treated area. This is expected and normal. During that time, you must also not apply direct pressure to your buttocks and avoid straining the area in anyway. Tension can be caused by physical activities such as working out or even during normal every-day activities such as cleaning.
If you're thinking about scheduling a buttock augmentation, contact Dr. Taglienti of Marotta Plastic Surgery Specialists today.