Lifting and enlarging the buttocks with implants
Implants are an option to achieve the volume and desired shape of the buttocks. In this procedure, a silicone implant is placed through an access that is hidden in the upper part of the fold between the two sciatic halves. You will be given drainages to remove the postoperative secretion from the implantation area. The procedure is performed under general anesthesia and lasts approximately 2 hours. Smoking prevents healing and increases the risk of complications. Taking aspirin or drugs that increase the risk of bleeding is prohibited 7 days before surgery.
You will need to wear special compression underwear, which will shape your butt in its new shape within 8 weeks. During the first few days you will need to sleep on your stomach. In the first weeks you should not sit as long as possible during your active period of the day. Direct pressure on the implants is contraindicated in the first two months. You will be able to see the final result in 6 months
A month after the operation on the buttocks with implants, you can return to work, but you must use a softening pad. After the third week you can drive short distances. Exercise is recommended only after a period of 2 months. Under normal conditions, the results are long lasting.
As with any operation, there are risks and they are bleeding, swelling, wound dehiscence, infections, change in the position of the implant leading to asymmetries, etc. In order to minimize the risks of the operation, it is necessary to meticulously perform all recommendations given to you by your surgeon, both before and after surgery.