Buttocks Augmentation

What are the risks and side effects associated with buttocks augmentation?

The risks and side effects that may arise with butt enhancement include negative reaction to anesthesia, infection, excessive bleeding, butt implant shifting or rupture, and/or asymmetry. When using fat injections in the buttocks for enlargement, a patient may need one or two follow up procedures because this technique isn’t as long-lasting as butt implants.

How is the buttock augmentation procedure performed? How many techniques are available?

There are two techniques used for buttock augmentation: buttocks implants and fat transfer to the buttocks. With implants, an incision is made low on the buttock, where the crease meets the back of the thigh, and the butt implant is then inserted. Or, fat can be taken from one area of the body and injected into the buttocks with a syringe.

Does buttock augmentation look fake? Will I be able to tell the difference on myself?

If performed correctly, buttock augmentation should appear natural. Others may not be able to tell that you’ve undergone the procedure, but you should notice an enhanced butt size and shape. Fat transplant results are more subtle than those produced by butt implants.

When can I return to work, exercise or strenuous activity? And How long does it take for me to see the desired results?

Following buttocks enlargement, you may return to work within a few days. Strenuous activities, including exercise, should be avoided for several weeks to two months. You should notice results immediately after surgery; however, the full outcome will be most noticeable after the swelling subsides over the course of the first several weeks.