The buttocks are among the most important aesthetic parts of the human body. The buttocks signify the overall outline and definition of the body. Women are particularly sensitive when it comes to the shape and size of their butt as it can indicate the femininity, fertility, and physical beauty of women. One of the common problems that women experience is saggy and loose buttocks. The derriere becomes saggy and loose for different reasons. First, aging takes a toll on the backside. As you age, your estrogen level plummets. As a result, the fat stops accumulating in your butt and instead accumulates in your abdomen. It causes the butt to shrink and become saggy and loose. Second, weight loss causes the butt to become loose and saggy. When you lose weight, the fat in your butt shrinks, and if the skin elastin is weaker or damaged, the butt becomes saggy and loose. Many women are curious as to how they can get rid of saggy and loose buttocks. They desire to have firmer, youthful, toned, and sensuous buttocks. So, what are the treatment options available for saggy and loose buttocks? If your buttocks have become severely saggy, the best treatment option is the butt lift surgery. The procedure is performed under general anesthesia. During the operation, the plastic surgeon places incisions on the buttocks and then removes the excess skin and fat from the buttocks. The incisions are then sutured and closed. The results of the butt lift surgery will gradually evolve. As time passes, you will notice improvements in your buttocks. The swelling will disappear after some weeks or even months. The buttocks will then become firmer, toned, youthful, and perky. On the other hand, if your buttocks are mildly or moderately saggy, the plastic surgeon may recommend implants after examining your butt and knowing your aesthetic goals. Butt implant surgery involves the use of artificial implants to treat saggy buttocks. Butt implant surgery is also performed under general anesthesia and on an outpatient basis. The procedure starts with the making of incisions on your buttocks. In the second step, the surgeon will insert the implants into the butt. It is important not to use large implants because their weight and size will cause the butt to become saggy again. The doctor will place the implants under, within, or above the gluteal muscles. After putting the implants in the intended location, the incisions will be sutured and closed. The results of the surgery will fully emerge after a few weeks or months. The patient must be prudent during the recovery period because any pressure applied to the butt during the first 2-3 weeks can displace the implants, open up the incisions, and cause other complications.