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0 Comment February 1, 2017

How pressure affects your buttock results

Women who want to enhance their body parts consider different surgical procedures. This is not a new thing since nowadays, more and more surgical techniques are being developed. Though the success of the operation greatly depends on the surgeon and the procedure, itself, you have to be aware that how the results will look like also depend on how you will take care of your body after the surgery. For those who underwent Brazilian buttock augmentation, one of the main things that you have to remember is to strictly follow the instructions such as forbidding yourself from sitting for about two weeks. Some people get impatient regarding this since two weeks appear to be a long time. This may be true but you have to understand that there is a scientific reason behind this.

For the first two weeks, when the fat is transferred to the buttock, this is the time where the body is actually going to either reabsorb the fat or allows the fat to be nourished with the new blood supply. During a buttock augmentation, a significant amount of fat is injected into the buttock for projection. 700 cc to a 1000 cc’s on average for projection is taken. When that amount of fat is injected, any stress to the buttock can negatively impact your results. There are two risks that can occur especially if you do not take care of yourself for the first two weeks. The first one is fat migration. Fat can actually migrate, mainly locally around the buttock area within the first two weeks after surgery. The other important aspect is a pressure which can cause the fat to die. When you apply pressure to the buttock, there is a significant increase in intragluteal pressure. As a result, the fat dies. In other words, high pressure will cause a significant decrease in the perfusion of the fat.







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