How buttock implant surgery is done?

18th Oct 2018

Buttock implant surgery is a popular and effective method to make your butt fuller, shapelier, and voluptuous. The procedure involves the use implants, which are made of highly durable, semi-solid silicone material. Butt implant augmentation is performed under general anesthesia.
The major steps involved in butt implant augmentation are:
1. Placement of incision
2. Placement and positioning of the implant
3. Closing of the incisions
Let’s discuss these steps in details.
Step 1: The surgeon will make the incision in the intergluteal fold of both sides of your buttocks.
Step 2: In the second step, the surgeon will insert the implants through the incision inside the butt. The size of the implants and your aesthetic goals will determine the size of the incision. The implant will then be placed and positioned within the gluteal muscle. Most surgeons prefer to place the implant within or below the gluteal muscle because the implants get maximum tissue coverage in these positions.
Step 3: After both implants have been properly placed and positioned inside the butt, the incisions are closed and sutured in the third step. Drains are placed.
Some of the improvements in your buttocks will be immediately visible after the surgery. However, the complete outcome of the augmentation will gradually transpire, as the post-operative swelling and bruising disappear over the next few weeks or months and your body recuperates from the surgical trauma.
The good news is that the results of the butt implant augmentation are permanent as long as other complications like infections and capsular contracture do not occur.

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