Is Sculptra safe to use in the butt and hips to make it bigger?
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Sculptra for the buttock and hips
- Sculptra in the buttocks is safe and effective to not only fill the butt, but lift is as well
- Results typically take 2-4 weeks to see
- It usually take 2-4 sessions depending on how big you want to go
- It works best for anyone who does not want to have surgery to make their butts bigger
We hae many years of expeience with injecting Sculptra to the face and chest.
Injection of Sculptra having been performed for a short period of time has not presented with any serious complications to my knowledge. Nodules, lumps, irregularities and infection are alwasys possible. More time and results are needed to evaluate long term safety.
This procedure is a good alternative for patients with small amounts of body fat looking for buttock enhancement as apposed to enlargement.
Please consult in person with an experienced Board Certified Plastic Surgeon prior to making treatment decisions.
Sculptra® is a safe and effective solution for adding volume to the buttocks.
Thanks for sharing your question with us. Sculptra® is a safe injectable procedure that doesn’t require surgery or extensive downtime. It works by stimulating your skin’s natural production of collagen, which is an important protein that gives the skin its firm, youthful structure. The number of injections that you will require to achieve the results you want can vary, but most people can expect anywhere from 2 to 4 treatment sessions spaced 3 weeks apart. As long as you work with a skilled cosmetic surgeon who is experienced in performing Sculptra® butt lifts, this can be a very safe and effective procedure. Best of luck to you!
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Sculptra for Butts And Hips
Thank you for your question. Yes, Sculptra can be used to make the butt and hips bigger if done by an expert. It is best used for patients that have no fat to transfer to the area, and do not want any down time. It can take up to 20 vials of Sculptra to make a difference. It is recommend to use 4 vials per session and have the patient return every 6-8 weeks. I recommend seeing only an expert for this treatment. Best of Luck!
Sculptra in the buttocks
Thanks for your question. Sculptra was first used in the face to stimulate collagen in areas where there has been laxity. It is used in the arms, knees and buttocks as well. It is safe and you do non-surgical. I believe you will need about 20 vials on average over several sessions (2-4). It can augment the shape of the buttocks and can be a fairly dramatic. This product can give a nice natural looking result and shape to the buttocks. Make sure you go to someone with a lot of experience with buttock procedures. Best wishes, Dr. ALDO
Sculptra for butts and hips
The procedure is safe and effective. It is best used for those patients that have no fat to transfer to the area, can't afford any downtime, and want a subtle improvement. It can take up to 20 vials of Sculptra in this area to make a difference. I typically use 4 vials per session and have the patient come back in about 6-8 weeks. No major complications have been noted that I have seen.
Sculptra For Hip and Buttock Contouring
Yes sculptra is safe if done by an expert. This area needs numerous vials over time to build, and in some instances it's only subtle. Fat transfer or implants may be better. There are no "FDA approved" fillers so this is an off label treatment. Best, Dr. Emer.
Is Sculptra safe to use in the butt and hips to make them bigger?
Thank you for sharing your excellent question. In order to avoid the type of surgery entailed with either a Brazilian butt lift or buttock implants, some patients are electing to have Sculptra injected into their butt and hips for volumizing purposes. Please be aware that this will take several treatments and a fair amount of Sculptra to achieve meaningful results. Best wishes.
Sculptra Butt Lift
Many aesthetic doctors have been using Sculptra, both in the US and abroad, to perform buttocks augmentation and treat cellulite. The dilutions with the product are much higher than we use for facial injections. I would seek consultation with a board certified doctor who performs this procedure.
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