Buttock augmentation, also known as gluteal augmentation, refers to surgical procedures that involve improving the size, shape, and contour of the buttocks. This can be achieved through the use of implants or fat grafting, or a combination of both.
Buttock implants are silicone-filled devices that are surgically placed deep within the tissues of the buttocks to improve their size. Fat grafting involves removing fat from other parts of the body and injecting it into the buttocks to create a more contoured shape. The specific technique used will depend on various factors, including the patient's needs and goals, amount of fat available for grafting, and the surgeon's preferences.
As with any surgical procedure, buttock augmentation has some risks, which may include infection, anesthesia risks, implant risks, asymmetry, scarring, or loss of sensation. Recovery time can vary depending on the individual and specific procedure, but patients may be required to avoid sitting directly on their buttocks for a period of time following surgery.
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