I want to have a fuller backside but do not want surgery and want to know how much buttock injections would cost me?
How Much Do Buttock Injections Cost?
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Buttock Injections in Atlanta
Many patients inquire about buttock injection in our Atlanta office. The only safe buttock injection material is with your own fat. Fat injection for buttock enhancement is also known as Brazilian buttock lift. This procedure can be done either in a hospital or office by a board certified Plastic Surgeon. Injecting anything else into your buttock can be dangerous and may pose a risk to your life. A simple web search of butt injection may show you all the complications from injecting various substances by non physicians and often in hotels, homes, garages, etc. None of these substances are approved by the FDA for buttock injection. The average cost of fat injection to the buttock is about $3500 plus the cost of liposuction.
Cost of Buttock Injection
With that said I would tell you that when it comes to your body, I would not choose your surgeon by who is the cheapest. It is important to have several consultations with board certified plastic surgeons. Also make sure that your surgery is being performed in an accredited surgery center or hospital.
Unfortunately here in Miami many patients try to save money by having their procedure performed by non-plastic surgeons and at facilities that have not been accredited and often have problems.
What is the cost of buttock injections?
Patients often inquire about buttock injections thinking that it is a non-surgical procedure and, therefore, should be inexpensive. It is very important to realize that the only safe technique involves the use of fat transplantation. This is a surgical procedure under general anesthesia. This is a very safe technique which lends itself to achieving very satisafactory results and in the processs also improves the contour of the donor sites. The average surgical fee using fat transplantation is $10,000-12,000. You must stay away from having Hydrogel and/or silicone inkections. These can cause all sorts of local and health problems, including possible death. In addition to this these injections are illegal. Don't be taken in by the cheaper price of these other injections. These are really very dangerous.
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The only injections to the buttock that is SAFE and effective is by FAT.
Any other ILLEGAL type of injections such as commercial silicone (FROM THE HARDWARE STORE) or Hydrogell is illegally done by non doctors and carries significant potential problems
Non fat butt aug
Cost of buttock injections
The only injections to the buttock that are safe are transferring you own fat after liposuction of fat from other parts of your body. Other types of injections, such as silicone, hydrogel or any other substance is not FDA approved and most likely done by non-doctors many times in garages or hotel rooms. A quick internet search of non-fat injections will show devastating complications, some even resulting in death.
However, based on the photos you provided you do not appear to have enough fat to give you a dramatic result, therefore making you a possible candidate for a gluteal silicone implant alone or in combination with a small volume of fat transfer. Your best bet is to make an appointment to see a plastic surgeon, many offer free consults, so that they can examine you and give you all of the safe options that are available to contour your gluteal region and provide you a price quote.
Buttock Enhancement with Injections
Transferring fat from one area of your body to another is the only way to improve your buttock contour with injections. There is the added benefit of liposuction to the area the fat is harvested from which allows for a improvement in overall body contour as well.
The only practical injection material for buttock augmentation is your own fat. The injections used on the face are not enough to improve the buttocks
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