Buttock Implant

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Just imagine all those appreciative glances following you as you walk away. Admiration will certainly follow in your footsteps when you have firm, rounded buttocks, so that your rear view looks as great as the front. Just think of all the top models and actresses who have sensuous, swaying rear ends that have jaws dropping in admiration.*


Unfortunately, as we age, it is sad but true that everything droops and sags! The same goes for your butt! The skin stretches, and muscles may weaken and become more droopy or bulgy.
But – a pert and sexy butt is definitely on the wish-list of every woman! And an easy way to get it is to have a Buttock Implant*. However, please remember that the aging process will not come to a stop! And, as with every cosmetic procedure, the improvement in your appearance caused by a butt lift will not last for ever. Nor is it likely that it will be a life changing experience! Remember – having realistic expectations is a large part of having a successful and satisfying experience.

Buttock Implant Surgery, also known as Gluteal Augmentation, is a procedure in which artificial body implants are surgically inserted into your buttocks to create a larger, firmer and more shapely rear.*
In general, buttock implants are made of solid silicon which is extremely soft. They are very different from breast implants, which are soft sacs filled with fluid. If you want to lift, re-shape or enlarge your buttock mounds, you have a large variety of implants of different sizes and shapes to choose from. This decision should be made only after taking into account your personal preferences and desires, as also your general body build.* Your surgeon will help and advise you with regard to the best size and shape, which will suit your body contours and look natural and shapely. The butt implants will need to be sculpted to achieve the ideal shape, before they are inserted into your body, so the expertise and experience of your surgeon in this area are very important.
For both male as well as female patients, butt implants are usually inserted through an incision which can be made either where the butt cheeks meet the back of the thighs or, alternatively in the butt crease, where any scars will not be noticeable. The surgeon will then create a pocket, which is large enough to insert the implants. The buttock implants can be situated either above or below the muscle layer. Once they are in place, your surgeon confirms that both the cheeks are symmetrical and that they look natural. The incisions are then closed, and a dressing is applied. Usually, you will be required to wear a compression garment for some time after your Buttock lift. Buttock augmentation patients normally can go back to work in a few days, although they should not exert themselves with strenuous tasks. Full recovery will take a few months.* So – go ahead with a butt augmentation and listen to all those wolf whistles that follow you as you walk away!

Details

When you are considering going in for Buttock Implant Surgery, also called Gluteal Augmentation, you will naturally want to learn as much about it as you can. This surgery is performed to enhance the shape and size of the rear end for those, both male and female, who are unhappy with the shape and size of their buttocks. If you feel your butt is shapeless, you can be given a more sensuous, prominent rear. Or, if you are not happy with its size, your butt can benefit from increased volume.
A buttock lift has been proven to be a safe as well as effective procedure, with a fairly quick recovery time and a high rate of patient satisfaction. Especially when it is carried out along with other body contouring procedures, e.g. breast lift or liposuction; it can give you dramatic results and a feeling of looking much more attractive!
You need to have a detailed discussion with your surgeon, about how the buttock augmentation is to be performed, and all the potential risks that may be involved in the procedure. Be certain to carefully follow all the pre-operative instructions, as explained by your doctor. You must also carefully study the post-operative instructions given to you, before the surgery is performed, and ask for an explanation if you have any doubts about them. However, you should be aware that a butt implant is aimed at achieving aesthetic improvement, but cannot give you perfection. You must be certain to discuss the exact changes that you would like to see with a butt enhancement. Your surgeon will examine you carefully and determine whether you are a suitable candidate for this procedure. In general, if you are in fairly good physical health, and have realistic expectations, there should be problems in going ahead with the implant.
In case you are under the care of a physician for any other ailments, such as hypertension, diabetes or a thyroid imbalance, you will need to have the procedure “cleared” by him or her, as this surgery usually involves undergoing intravenous sedation or general anesthesia.

How It Works?

The procedure is normally carried out under general anesthesia. The pre-shaped butt implants are inserted into each buttock area through a single incision that overlies the tailbone. They are then carefully placed to look as natural as possible, to obtain the optimal aesthetic effect. The surgeon will make an incision of about two to three inches between the buttocks, at the midline. The buttock muscle (the gluteus maximus) is raised and the surgeon makes a “pocket” that is exactly big enough to hold the implant. He then inserts it carefully in place. The opposite side is treated in the same manner. The surgeon will carefully examine the implants to ensure that the buttocks look natural and symmetrical. He will then suture the incision with self-dissolving stitches. You will normally be required to wear a compression bandage for a few days, to compress and support the buttocks, and reduce the swelling and pain.
You may be required to spend one night in the hospital or clinic, or may be discharged the same day.
There is generally very little bruising and swelling after a butt augmentation procedure, so you will probably see results quite soon after the surgery. You should be able to carry out normal physical activities, including running, bicycling and working out, by about a month after the surgery, depending on your general level of fitness.

Treatment Details

You should remember that this operation is much more difficult than it seems. This is due to the stress that is constantly placed on this area during daily actions like sitting walking, running, etc. The implants in this area are subjected to radical, constant, and often intensive movement. So, the chances of an implant shifting or slipping are much higher than in most other implant procedures. Therefore it is essential that you select a surgeon who has proven experience in carrying out this procedure.
Also, as this area of the body is constantly required for sitting, walking, bending and various other movements, some patients may experience greater pain during the recovery period than is usually experienced in other common cosmetic surgery procedures. Also the recovery time is normally longer. Your surgeon will typically prescribe pain medications to help you to deal with the pain and discomfort. However it is usually about a week before you feel able to walk, move around and sit more comfortably.
It may take about six months before you are totally recovered and forget that that you even have an implant! Then you can just concentrate on all the compliments that you are receiving on your lovely, attractive posterior!

FAQs

You may have some questions in your mind before you choose to go in for any surgical procedure. Here is information about many of the important questions about buttock augmentation that may be concerning you.
What Exactly Is Buttock Implant Surgery?This is a surgical procedure which involves the insertion of implants in the buttocks, under the gluteal muscles. It is not medically needed, but is carried out to redefine the shape and size of the buttocks for men, as well as women, who are not happy with the shape and size of their posterior
Am I a good candidate for this procedure?Almost all people, male as well as female, are good candidates, if they are in fairly good health. Your doctor will carry out certain tests to ensure that you are fit for the surgery and also the anesthesia. You must also remember that although a gluteal augmentation can improve your look and make you feel good, it is not a guarantee for happiness.
What does this surgery involve?A buttock lift involves inserting implants made out of very soft, solid silicone in both the buttocks. These implants are first sculpted or shaped by the surgeon to get the desired shape of your buttocks. Your surgeon will then make an incision either in the butt crease, or where the buttocks join the thighs. He or she will then lift the gluteal muscles and insert the implants on both sides. The incision is then sutured and a dressing and a pressure bandage is applied.
What other butt enhancement procedures are available to me?An alternative procedure to enhance the buttocks using fat injections is also available. This procedure works well for those patients who have large fat deposits in other body areas. But, it is not suitable for slim patients who want to enlarge and enhance their posteriors. Also, there is a risk of the fat being reabsorbed by the body, which cannot happen in the case of implants.
How long will the surgery last?The surgery will normally take between two to three hours, and will be carried out under general anesthesia. The time taken to perform the procedure, however, can vary, as it depends on the surgeon’s experience, the technique used, the patient’s anatomy, etc.
Will the scars be visible later?No, the scars will be almost invisible as they are carefully hidden, either in the crease of the buttocks near the tailbone, or in the crease where the buttocks meet the thighs. Your surgeon will also ensure that the incision is hidden inside the panty line.
Will this procedure be painful?Yes, as the butt implantprocedure stretches the tissues of the buttocks, it may cause a certain amount of pain, especially when the implants are placed beneath the muscle. This pain can however be managed with painkillers and will decrease after some time. Infection is a risk that needs to be carefully monitored by the doctor, especially when the implants are inserted through a buttock crease incision,.
Are there any risks involved in this surgery?As is the case with any surgical operation, a buttock Implantcan sometimes cause infection or scarring. However, proper after-care of the incision, and maintaining scrupulous cleanliness of the area, can greatly reduce these risks. There is a small chance of other complications, such as nerve and muscle damage, or excessive bleeding. In very rare cases, butt implants may slip or shift, causing the buttocks to look asymmetrical.
What after – effects should be expected?After the surgery, you must follow the surgeon’s instructions very carefully.The doctor will prescribe pain medication so that you can deal with the pain and discomfort. It is natural to feel some pain for some time right after the surgery. But if the pain is severe, or the incision seems to be getting infected, you must call your doctor immediately. Be sure that you do not sit on the operated area until the surgeon gives you the go-ahead. Full physical activities are usually permitted within a month after surgery. There is usually very little swelling and bruising after this procedure, so you will probably see the results quite soon after surgery.
How much will a Buttock Implantcost?Thebuttock implant cost will depend a great deal on the doctor and clinic that you choose.You could check out a few options to get an idea of Buttock Implant Cost in Mumbai. But, don’t forget that for a procedure as delicate as this, it is worth your while to pay a little extra and get the best clinic and most experienced and qualified surgeon possible.

Precaution

Before you decide to go in for Buttock Implant Surgery, you need to schedule a visit to a qualified and reputed surgeon who has wide experience in this field. This is especially important for buttock augmentation as this procedure is more complicated than most other cosmetic surgeries.
This is due to the high levels of stress which are constantly placed on this area during routine actions like walking, sitting, running, etc. Therefore, the implants in this area have to stand up under constant and very often intensive movements. This makes it vital for you to select a doctor who is highly experienced in the correct shaping and placing of the buttock Implant.

General Contraindications

There are certain specific conditions that can make a person ineligible for this surgery. These contraindications include:-

  • Thromboembolic disease, also known as blood clotting disorders, which may cause excessive blood loss
  • a tendency, in your self or your family, to formation of keloid scars (hypertrophic or raised scars)
  • diabetes
  • cigarette smoking
  • heart disease
  • Patients with a high level of sagging in the lower butt (who are better treated with a butt lift)
  • morbid obesity (classified as a BMI of 40 or more).

Obese patients should not go in for Gluteal Augmentationas they have a higher than average risk of developing seromas (pockets filled with fluid) due to their excessive weight. Obesity increases the positional stress in the buttock area, and this increases the chances of the collection of fluids (Seromas) during recovery, which makes healing more difficult.

Pre Surgery Precautions:-

Your doctor will discuss the buttock implant procedure with you and also explain the precautions you will need to take before the surgery.
Before the procedure, your doctor is likely to ask you to

  • Stop taking any medications that may cause excessive bleeding, such as Aspirin
  • Stop smoking, for at least three weeks before and after the procedure.
  • Take an oral antibiotic to avoid any possible bacterial infections.
  • Take an anti-viral medication for some time before and after the procedure, to avoid any possible viral infections.
  • Take a stool softener to guard against constipation after the procedure.
  • Be certain that you do not eat or drink anything (including water) after midnight on the day before the surgery. This is essential for the anesthesia to be administered. The procedure may be cancelled if this instruction is not followed.
  • On the morning of the surgery, you must take any essential medications that you normally require, e.g. for diabetes, with only a small sip of water.
  • Do not wear any makeup at all on the day of surgery.
  • Wear the style of panty that you normally wear, so that the surgeon can ensure that the incision is placed within the panty line.
  • Make sure that someone is available to take you home, and to look after you for the first few days after you are sent home following surgery.

You should take care to follow all the doctor’s instructions carefully, to make sure of a successful outcome for the surgery.

Post Surgery Precautions:-

After your butt implant, the doctor will suture the incision; usually with self-dissolving stitches. He or she will apply an antibiotic ointment and the area will be covered with a special non-stick dressing. You will probably need to wear a compression bandage for about a week, to compress and support the butt, and reduce pain and swelling.
Your surgeon will prescribe pain killers to reduce your pain and discomfort.
You may need to spend one night in the hospital or clinic, or you could be discharged the same day.
You will be called back for a check-up after about a week, and again for further visits depending on your progress.
You should be back on your feet within three or four days, but avoid any strenuous exercise. You can return to work after about two weeks,
It is however extremely important that you avoid sitting for the first few days.
Please notify your doctor as soon as possible if you see any signs of infection, such as bleeding, oozing or pus, which appears after the healing process is underway.
Keeping the incision scrupulously clean and dry is extremely important to avoid infection.

Possible Complications:-

As in the case of all operations, there is a small risk of adverse effects.
Some of the possible complications may include:

  • Shifting of one or both of the implants, which could cause the buttocks to look asymmetrical and unnatural.
  • Pain and discomfort, caused by the stretching of the tissues when the implants are inserted beneath the gluteal muscles.
  • Infection, as this is an area that is very sensitive, especially when implants are placed through an incision in the buttock crease.
  • An adverse reaction to the anesthesia, although this is relatively rare.
  • Also, rarely, bleeding, or nerve and muscle damage, may occur.
  • In extremely rare cases, an implant may rupture.

However, all these risks are comparatively rare, especially when you are under the care of an experienced surgeon and have followed his directions carefully.

Consulting

Buttock Implant Cost will vary depending on the skill and reputation of the surgeon and of the clinic that you select. You must be sure to consult a reputed and experienced surgeon in your area to ensure that you get the best results possible.

Consulting

  • Before doing any treatment please consult your doctor to confirm if the treatment is the right one for you


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