Brazilian Butt Lift Alternative for a Butt That is Too Saggy
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Alternatives for saggy buttocks
Without seeing a photo, it is difficult to determine what the best approach would be. If you have enough fat, a Brazilian Butt Lift may make a significant improvement. Sometimes we can elevate the loose skin with an incision that is hidden between the innner part of the buttocks. If there is too much skin for that, then you may need a traditional butt lift with a scar that ends up in the junction of your buttocks and your lower back. It may be possible to use some of that excess skin to give you more shape to your buttocks also.
Brazilian Butt Lift, Lower Buttock Lift or Both?
The options for the enhancement of the saggy buttocks depends on its shape. Lower buttock skin ptosis or sagging with good volume can be treated by a lower buttock lift alone. This will tuck in the junction of the lower buttocks and the upper thigh. For sagging buttocks that are flat (poor volume), the combination of a buttock lift with fat injections (Brazilian Butt Lift) may be needed to give the best overall shape and appearance.
Brazilian Buttock lift
If the buttock is very saggy with excess skin folds then you need a buttock lift. If the skin does not fold then a Brazilian Butt lift will enhance the buttockand lift some.
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