Posted September 30, 2019 in Buttock Augmentation
Many women consider a significantly large and shapely butt to be a very feminine physical trait. That is why it comes as no surprise that flat or uneven buttocks are common complaints of women seeking cosmetic surgery.
Many patients who desire a fuller backside with more defined curves may struggle to achieve the results they want through diet and exercise alone. Fortunately, butt augmentation gives you the option of choosing either a Brazilian Butt Lift or butt implants to create the shapely, natural-looking behind that you have always wanted.
What Are My Butt Augmentation Options?
There are two types of butt augmentation procedure that can help you achieve a firm and curvaceous backside, depending on the amount of correction needed.
Fat Transfer (Brazilian Butt Lift)
Fat transfer, or a Brazilian Butt Lift, is ideal for women who desire a subtle and natural appearance. This option offers patients a two-in-one surgical solution. First, the fat is suctioned from one or more areas of the body using liposuction. Then the fat is injected into specific points of the buttocks. There is a minimal risk for rejection or allergic reaction because the material used is the patient’s own fat.
Dr. Rey is one of the most highly regarded experts in this field. His approach to providing beautifully enhanced shape and size is based on analyzing the proportions of the individual’s entire body. This allows him to create a personalized surgical plan, during which he can “sculpt” the buttocks into a flattering, more voluminous shape. Butt implants do not allow for the same artistic technique.
Butt implants are used for those who desire a more dramatic buttock enhancement. It typically involves inserting a silicone implant in each buttcheek via a single incision overlying the tailbone. In order to gain the best aesthetic improvement, the implants are positioned to look as natural as possible.
Unfortunately, the downside to this butt augmentation method is that the buttock muscles are used for every moment, such as walking and sitting. Therefore, there is greater pain during the recovery period as compared to the fat transfer procedure. The length of recovery time for butt implant surgery is also longer than for the Brazilian Butt Lift.