A Buttock augmentation surgery involves using implants, fat grafting, or sometimes even a combination of both to increase the size and improve the shape of your buttocks.
This can result in an increased fullness, roundness, and projection of your buttock as well as improve the balance of your figure. This procedure can enhance your self-image and self-confidence.
Buttock augmentation surgery is ideal for someone who is unhappy with the shape of their buttock or is looking to better balance their body.
Healthy individuals who do not have medical conditions that will impair the healing process are ideal candidates. They should also be non-smoking, and have a positive, realistic expectation of the results of the surgery.
Candidates who feel their buttock is too small or are unsatisfied with the roundness and general shape – especially an asymmetrical shape – are also an ideal candidate for buttock augmentation.
When meeting with Dr. Mecham be prepared to discuss:
In your consultation Dr. Mecham will also:
Prior to the surgery you may be asked to get some lab testing completed or a medical evaluation. You may also be counseled to take some certain medications or adjust your current medications. If you are a smoker, you will be asked to stop smoking.
You will also be asked to avoid taking any aspirin, anti-inflammatory drugs, and any herbal supplements as they can increase bleeding.
After surgery you will be taken into recovery and closely monitored. You may be permitted to go home after a few hours. Before leaving you will be given very specific instructions on how to care for your buttocks. You will be instructed to wear a support garment around the clock following your surgery for two to three weeks.
Final results are noticeable three months after surgery. At this point, most of the swelling will be gone and the implants will be settled in their normal position.
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