I want to Know is There Another Procedure Beside Implants and Injection for Your buttocks?
- Asked by Compton3972
- 2 years ago
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Fat grafting for buttock augmentation
have you considered fat harvesting for buttock augmentation? This is the most common for buttock augmentation due to the low complication rate and liposcupting of back and waist. Its definitely more natural. We're currently doing about 8-10 procedure per week, so let us know if you have any other questions.
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If you have fat that you would like to have removed from other body areas, then the Brazilian Butt Lift is definitely the best procedure for buttocks enhancement.
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What are options for buttock enhancement
Buttcok augmentation has become very popular in the last few years; in fact in our office it has become the number 1 procedure. The safest and most natural way of achieving buttock enhancement, along with adjacent contouring is through the use of fat transplantation. Implants can lso be used but are associated with many comlications and never really look or feel natural Please stay away from injections such as Hydrogel and silicone which are illegal in the U.S and which are frought with many serious complications including death.
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Buttock enhancement can be achieved by
1: Fat Transfer (Brazilian Butt Lift)
2: Buttock implant, sub-cutaneous, subfascial, intra-muscular
3: Dermis Fat Graft from a Tummy Tuck
Injections other than fat to the buttocks are not approved, illegal and carry serous complications. These include silicone injections and Hydrogel injections.
research your surgeon, seek a BOARD CERTIFIED PLASTIC SURGEON (AMERICAN BOARD OF PLASTIC SURGERY) in an accrideted surgery center
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