Butt Lift Surgery

Not everybody has the luxury of exercising regularly and whipping up tasty yet healthy dishes for each meal. In the frenetic pace of life, one often forgets to spend time taking care of one’s own body.

Even regular exercise may not prevent the effects of ageing. It may be upsetting to see a sagging posterior in the mirror, preventing one from wearing one’s favorite outfits. The good news is there are easier and effective ways to get rid of flat or sagging buttocks.

One of the most popular body sculpting techniques is a butt lift surgery. This process effectively transforms the ungainly buttocks into shapely, rounded and proportionate posterior thus helping boost one’s self confidence.

The process involves removing excess skin and fat from the buttock area resulting in more toned, firmer and smoother buttocks. The procedure is comparatively more invasive and involves lifting of skin and fat, thus getting rid of sagging buttocks.

A variation of the same procedure is the Brazilian butt lift, wherein the buttocks are enhanced using purified fat cells from other parts of the body. This is a body contouring procedure wherein patients achieve a rounder, fuller and firmer buttock using their own tissue; without resorting to use butt implants. The Brazilian butt lift begins with a liposuction procedure where fat from some other area of your body (usually thighs or abdomen) is extracted using a cannula and vacuum. After being processed and purified, the fat is then injected into the buttocks with the help of several small injections attached to the cannula. The Brazilian butt lift has an added advantage of bringing shape to the areas from where fat is extracted, such as waists and thighs. This also reduces the risks involved when using artificial fillers that may prove to be problematic.

The procedure is chosen based on the body type. For people with sagging buttocks, a butt lift is the best option, while people who have fat in other areas of the body would benefit greatly from a Brazilian butt lift.

Both the procedures should be performed by qualified surgeons. It is highly recommended that the physicians are consulted beforehand and the patient understands all aspects of the surgery.