I am having trouble finding a doctor near me that has before and after pics of Buttock Implants?

Sacramento to SF and lots of towns all around is fine. I see BBL but not docs that do really nice implants. Anyone know of a doctor near me? Thanks

Doctor Answers 3

Buttock implants

Of course you should do your research on a surgeon. Be sure to go to a surgeon who specializes in buttock implants and has extensive experience in doing this procedure.  Pictures are important as well. If the surgeon does this procedure regularly, everything will be ok. Enjoy!

Locating a buttock implant doctor

Because very few board certified plastic surgeons perform buttock implants, most prospective patients like yourself have a difficult time finding one near them. Therefore most patients must travel to their surgeon to ensure a good result from a reputable experienced buttock impant specialist. 
  I perform about 6 - 8 buttock implant procedures per week.  I literally have at least 60% of my patients fly in from other states or other countries as far as Holland, Australia, Germany, India, etc... They all have done well flying back to their home towns within 5 to 7 days after surgery. We give the patient special instructions how to manage the flight and how to do pressure releases while seated to  avoid wound healing complications.  I tell every patient, unless they work from home, plan on taking at least two weeks off of work and three weeks it's even better if possible.  Full activity can typically be resumed at about the six week mark post-op. Glad to help. 

Ryan Stanton, MD
Beverly Hills Plastic Surgeon
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Butt implants

You should choose a physician with experience. We have been performing buttocks implants for over 10 years with no complications requiring implant removal. Please see link below for examples of buttocks implant augmentation.

Arian Mowlavi, MD
Orange County Plastic Surgeon
4.9 out of 5 stars 41 reviews

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