Buttocks augmentation is a cosmetic surgical procedure designed to curve or shape the buttocks for a firmer, well-proportioned backside. Whether you wish to increase volume, enhance symmetry, or perhaps upgrade the shape of your buttocks, the surgical procedure will boost definition as well as enhance general body proportions.
Buttocks augmentations, or butt implants, is the surgical insertion of artificial implants into the buttocks which can result in a much more balanced appearance or simply a more sensuous backside.
Buttock implants are soft, however are much stronger than a breast implant, and they are made of an elastomer so they cannot leak. Placed into each buttock through a single 2-3 inch incision over the coccyx (tailbone), the implants are positioned to look as natural as possible. You can choose between two primary options for buttock implants - they can be placed either sub-muscular (intra-muscular) or sub-fascial.
|Buttocks Augmentation (Implant)||150,000 THB||with 3 nights stay|
At the time of the consultation, you and your cosmetic surgeon will talk about the improvements that you want to create in your looks. There will be a number of distinct sizes and shapes of buttock implants you could choose. The choice for the shape and size of the implants is created based on any person individual desires as well as on their over-all body build. Together you will figure out which size of implants will realize your desired size. All your different alternatives are discussed, such as incision type, location of the implant, kind of implant, and if a butt lift may also be worthwhile.
Remember to ask all the questions you have concerning the surgical procedure. Understanding as much as you can about your alternatives, risks and benefits is vital to making an informed decision.
With buttock augmentation, there exists a chance that the implants may move and cause the buttocks to look disproportional. However, the implants are positioned above the sitting part, this is done to prevent patients from sitting on them therefore minimizing the danger of implants shifting.
An additional complication is that the implants could leak, or break. However, this incident is rare. All surgical procedures include certain levels of risk. The risks of undergoing buttock implant surgery may include infection, bleeding, unsatisfactory results, adverse reaction to anesthesia, and the need for second or even third procedure.
After surgery, you will put on a compression garment to provide support, which should not be taken off for about 2-4 days following surgery. It is expected to stay in bed for 24 hours following surgery.
The surgery stretches the tissues, and this can be very painful. This is particularly the case when the implants are placed under or below the muscle. You will experience the greatest pain within the first 48 hours, but improves with each day and is fairly alleviated by pain medications. Despite the initial soreness, most women claim that they are highly pleased with the outcomes of the surgery.
Because your buttocks are part of the body that is needed for walking, sitting, and some other movements, you are likely to feel more pain during the recovery period compared to other popular cosmetic surgery procedures and the healing time is generally longer.
Pain medications usually are prescribed to deal with the discomfort, but, after about 5 - 7 days it will be easier to move and start walking and sitting a lot more at ease. You will discover that there is not much swelling and bruising after buttock augmentation so the outcome could be observed very soon after surgery.
Q1: Will I be conscious during the procedure?
A1: You will be asleep under general anesthesia.
Q2: How long do I need to stay in Bangkok?
A2: You need to stay for about 3 nights in the hospital, then come back for follow up after 7-10 days.
Q3: How will the post-op period be for me?
A3: You need to avoid putting pressure on your buttocks for three days, so you will lie down on a prone position. On the fourth day, you will be assisted in sitting on one buttock at a time. You may sit fully on your buttocks on the seventh day.
Q4: How long will it take me to recover?
A4: Swelling and soreness will be mostly gone by 2-3 weeks. Full wound maturation will go on over the next 6-12 months.
Q5: What are the risks of this surgery?
A5: Some risks include bleeding, adverse response to anesthesia, infection, delayed healing, nerve injury, contractures around the implant, displacement of the implant and pressure on surrounding structures, keloid formation, and need for revision surgery. Avoid injections to the buttocks in the future.
Q6: How do I prepare for surgery?
A6: To avoid complications and reduce risk factors you need to stop smoking, drinking alcoholic beverages, taking hormonal pills, herbal supplements, and medicines (other than those that your doctor allows you to continue), at least two weeks before your schedule. People with diseases need surgical clearance from their medical specialist.