A buttock reduction procedure can assist you in creating your ideal derrière when you need a little extra help. These procedures utilize liposuction to remove excess soft tissue to shape and define the gluteal area.
A buttock lift is a surgical procedure that serves to lift and reshape the buttocks, reducing volume, improving contours, and giving the buttocks a more shapely appearance. During a buttock lift, excess skin and fat are removed from the area. This skin is then repositioned to create a more toned and contoured look as part of buttock surgery.
As we age, our skin loses elasticity, causing it to wrinkle and sag. This means we lose the natural ‘roundness’ in our buttocks as the volume in the top moves to the bottom of the buttocks. This loss of elasticity, combined with the loss of volume, leads to a saggy, square-looking bottom. This is a common side effect of dramatic weight loss and pregnancy. Genetics can also play a part in whether a person has a sagging bottom.
When you should consider a buttock lift?
- A more shapely, contoured buttock and upper thigh area.
- A firmer, toned buttock and upper thigh area.
- To remove excess, loose ‘sagging’ skin.
- Target stubborn areas of unwanted buttock fat.
- To improve the overall appearance of the lower body.
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Frequently asked questions
Buttock lift is a form of body contouring. It is normally performed on patients with large amounts of loose or sagging skin around the buttocks.
- You are in good psychological and physical medical health
- You are at your ideal body weight
- You have a positive outlook and realistic expectations of what can be achieved via surgery
- You are seeking to remove excess skin in your buttocks and thighs
- You are seeking to remove excess fat deposits and cellulite in your buttocks and thighs
- You are seeking to improve the shape and contours of your buttocks and thighs
- You are looking for long lasting results
It takes two to four weeks to make a full recovery. All the steps will be discussed in advance of your surgery