had butt implants about 3 years ago right said was higher up so my doctor said i had 2 put smaller implants in when i woke up from 2nd sugery he said he put smaller implant on my right side and had to reinsert bigger on my left side then i had pain on left side and he said i had 2 get implants completley removed i did and still i was left with a higher right said he had no answer why another surgeon said i needed to do fat transfer did that and right side the fat moved up and left droped
Butt Is Deformed After Removing Butt Implants, What Can I Do To Correct This?
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Buttock deformity post implants.
First, I would recommend for you to meet with a board certified plastic surgeon who is exeperienced in butt augmentation. Without seeing pictures it is hard to tell what exactly you need done. It sounds as though you may be a candidate for a brazilian butt lift. This procedure would shape your figure and add volume to your butt. Best of luck.
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Buttock deformity after implant removal
There are many reasons the buttock still has some deformity after Buttock implant removal. I assume the reason for removal that suddenly was INFECTION.
The question is was there infection and how bad? Was there any fat necrosis?
Was the implant capsule removed? If not that space may be still open and not scarred down. That will make the fat transfer fail to a certain degree.
Consult an experienced board certified plastic surgeon (American Board of Plastic Surgery)
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