A butt lift improves the shape and tone of the underlying tissue that supports the skin and fat in the buttocks area. Aging, sun damage, pregnancy, significant fluctuations in weight and genetic factors can contribute to poor tissue elasticity that can cause flaccidity.
The butt augmentation is used to improve the contour, size and/or shape of these. A butt lift improves the shape and tone of the underlying tissue that supports the skin and fat in the buttocks area.
This is done through the use of implants, fat grafts or, sometimes, a combination of both. Buttocks implants are silicone-filled devices that are surgically placed in the depths of the gluteal tissues. Butt augmentation through the use of fat grafts involves the transfer of fat from one area of the body to the tissues of the gluteal area. This technique is sometimes called a buttock lift.
The results are visible immediately, but you will not see the final product until one year after the surgery; in the case of fatty grafting it takes time for the body to form new blood vessels and truly incorporate the grafted fat.
Yes, a compression garment should be worn for a few days after the butt augmentation surgery.
The results of the increase are permanent when implants are used. However, when fat transfer is used for improvement, the result may not be as long-lasting and follow-up injections may be necessary.