I am 53 yrs old, 5' 7" tall, and weigh 150 pounds. I am active, work out and walk and am healthy overall.
Is there such thing as being too old for butt implants? (photo)
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Is there such a thing as being too old for butt implants?
You should obtain medical clearance from your primary care physician that you are at an acceptable risk for undergoing a surgical procedure. For elective or aesthetic procedures, your surgeon may want to get you to a reasonable health status prior to consideration for a procedure. Discuss all of your medical comorbidities and medication with your surgeon prior and discuss these risks. Also, discuss this with your anesthesiologist as proper monitoring and medications will be watched closely. This procedure should still be very safe for you and hope for an uncomplicated course with an excellent result! Hope that this helps! Best wishes!
Is there such thing as being too old for butt implants?
Kenneth Hughes, MD
Los Angeles, CA
The first two patients that I inserted buttock implants for were 60 year old twins.
Fat injection a.k.a. Brazilian Butt Lift is another option to consider for buttock augmentation. Less risk and more affordable.
Please consult in person with an experienced Board Certified Plastic surgeon prior to making treatment decisions.
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Your are not too old. As long as you are healthy it shoudl be fine. You may be a good candidate for fat transfer.
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Thanks for submitting you pictures. The lady in the picture on my spot light is 68. So, age is not a contra indication for surgery. As long as you are healthy and you get clearance for surgery by your internist, you can have the surgery. Consult with board certified plastic surgeons who do lots of butt implants surgery. Check the before and after surgery to make sure that you like the results, because there are different techniques and different shapes of implants.
Best of luck,
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