I had Butt Implants surgery 5 weeks ago. When I go to sit down or bend over, you can see the pronounced outline of the implant. When I squeeze my butt cheeks together, it looks like I have something implanted there. Also, when I touch my butt, I can feel the implants. I am muscular, lean and in great shape. Is the leaness of my body affecting the outcome or have I had a bad implantation? I would like to send a photo if I can.
Bad Butt Implant for Male
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Bad Butt Implant results?
Unlike most for most other procedure I do in Plastic Surgery, lean and muscular patients pose the biggest problem for buttocks augmentation.
The first reason is that if I use an implant, the implant will be less disguised by the overlying tissue.
The second reason is that if I want to use fat, the fact that the patient is lean means that there is little fat donor tissue available.
In your particular case, the implant placement appears to be either sub fascial or subcutaneous instead of submuscular.
You should ask your surgeon whether the implant placement was submuscular or not.
Reason for Bad Butt Implant Outcome
Very few implants, if any, are perfect. For the vast majority to look good, they must be covered with as much soft tissue as possible. Butt implants can be placed either under the
- Buttock Skin
- Lining of the gluteus muscle (fascia)
- INSIDE THE MUSCLE (best location)
- under the muscle
Your implants look like they were placed under the skin and appear to have encapsulated scar around them in addition to having rotated. This will NOT get better with time. You should discuss it with your surgeon and see what he / she suggests.
Fixing butt implant results
There may be several reasons why you are seeing this symptom. When receiving a butt implants, patients should keep in mind that there is a significant recovery process after this surgery. Patients will experience swelling and discomfort and should not lie on their butt or be in a seated position for at least two weeks after their surgery. One risk of butt implant surgery is displacement of the implant and malposition. It looks like one of two things may have happened here. It is possible that your implant has slipped out of the pocket where it is supposed to live. Or the implant was placed too superficially and your body has reacted by creating a great deal of scar tissue around it. Either way, it appears that you will require a surgical procedure to re-create the pocket and replace the implant where it belongs. Be sure that you work with a board certified plastic surgeon with a great deal of experience in butt augmentation and butt implants for this tricky revision.
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Thanks for submitting your picture. I am sorry to say , but your surgery has multiple errors : 1. The implant is placed very superficial, under the skin, that's why it is visible and palpable. It should have been placed under the muscle fascia . 2. Round implants. The buttock shape is more oval than round. 3. Implants are placed too High. The implants location should be from the Iliac bone spine to above the crease. The good news for you is that it can be corrected. Consult with a board certifid plastic surgeon that you trust, who performed lots of buttock implants and you like his or hers results.
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Being thin is a problem.
Being thin is a difficult problem when deciding to use buttocks implants. The implants need to be broader with less projection and they need to be placed into an intra-muscular position. I agree that your implants are either subcutaneous or subfascial. Ask your surgeon which plane was used. Because you are only five weeks post surgery the implants are going to be firm for a while longer. You will only know the full extent of the outcome when you reach six months post surgery. Problems than can occur with any implant are implant malposition and implant capsular contracture. These phenomena result in hard, misshapened implants and are most evident in thin patients like yourself. Go back to your surgeon and have an honest conversation about your concerns so that you know that you have been heard. If you don't feel like your surgeon can be of help, then it is your right to get a second opinion.
Rotated Buttock Implant
The picture shows that the implants do not have enough coverage, and at least the right implant is rotated.
You probably are not a good candidate for that butt implant.
You are lean and that poses a problem in offering you many options. However you have some options
1. Liposuction to the illic crest and love handles and may be the posterior thigh will define your bittock, AND FAT TRANSFER
2. If you have excess on the abdomen then a tummy tuck and using the skin and fat from the abdomen will be used as dermis fat graft.
But first you need to remove the implants you have before more thining of tissue on top of the implant get worse.
These answers are for educational purposes and should not be relied upon as a substitute for medical advice you may receive from your physician. If you have a medical emergency, please call 911. These answers do not constitute or initiate a patient/doctor relationship.