Buttock aesthetics has become one of the popular surgeries both in our country and around the world in recent years. Of course, the change in the perception of body beauty has a role in this as well as the important contribution of social media. Now, the plump and round looking buttock shape is more preferred. There are various surgical procedures applied to obtain this.
What methods are used to get a fuller buttock?
Liposuction (fat removal method) and fat injection method are the frequently used methods to obtain a plump and rounded buttock. With this procedure, you get rid of your regional excess fat and you will get a fuller appearance by injecting the obtained fat into your buttock area. Apart from that, buttock prosthesis is another procedure we use to provide volume. If the person has insufficient buttock volume, permanent fullness is achieved with the prosthesis. In some cases, the two procedures are combined.
How is Brazilian buttock aesthetics applied?
Brazilian buttock aesthetics is a procedure performed under general anesthesia and in the operating room. First of all, excess fat in the hips, waist, and abdomen is removed by liposuction method to highlight the buttock area. The fat tissue obtained is prepared for injection. Then, by applying serial injections, the buttock gets the desired appearance.
How long does the surgery take?
Although it varies depending on the procedure to be performed, it takes approximately 2-3 hours.
How is the post-operative process?
You will need to use a special corset that will be given to you for about 6 weeks after the operation. Especially in the first 2 months, we do not want you to sit on your buttock and lie on your back to protect the buttock area. If necessary, we recommend that you use special donut-shaped pillows or put a pillow under the leg and sit in a way that does not expose the buttock area to pressure. While light activities such as walking can be started after the second week, we recommend that heavier activities should be started after 6-8 weeks.
Is the surgery permanent?
It is expected that 30-40% of the fat injected into the buttock area will melt. The fate of the remaining fat tissues that continue to live is the same as the existing fat tissues in the body. In other words, they shrink with your weight loss, and when you gain weight, these fat tissues grow. The better you maintain your post-operative form and the healthier you eat, the longer your surgery will last.