For those who want buttock augmentation surgery, before and after pictures found on LocateADoc.com are the ideal place to start gathering information. To help instill confidence in your decision to move forward, we also offer a brief description of the procedure below.
A buttock augmentation surgery is designed to shape and contour one's butt into a fuller, rounder bottom, or in some cases, reduce its size. This can be achieved through either removing excess fat in the butt or placing an implant or transferring fat from one portion of your body into your buttocks.
Before undergoing any procedure, it is wise to learn about the potential risk for side effects. Some complications that may arise with buttock augmentation include bleeding, infection, nerve damage, asymmetry, and negative reaction to anesthesia. While these complications are rare, it is prudent to discuss in depth with your doctor to find more information.
How should I prepare for butt augmentation surgery?
- Avoid all nicotine products, including chewing tobacco and the nicotine patch for at least two weeks.
- Avoid alcohol for one-week prior.
- Do not take any products containing aspirin or nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory medications.
If you are thinking about undergoing a buttock augmentation surgery, before and after pictures found here provide the springboard to make a knowledgeable decision. Browse LocateADoc.com’s in-depth articles for more information about this procedure, and when you are ready to contact a butt augmentation surgeon, view our doctor profiles to find one in your area.
32 year old, Female
42 year old, Female
Craig M. Person, MD, FACS
45 year old, Female
Ayman Shahine, MD, FACS, FACOG, FICS, MACS, FISCG
30 year old, Female
Hall & Wrye Plastic Surgeons
28 year old, Female
Parham Ganchi, MD, FACS
26 year old, Female
San Antonio, TX
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- Avg. Cost: $3681
- Candidate: Lacks buttock development
- Length: 2-3 hours
- Treatment: One
- Results: Permanent
- Back to Work: 2-3 weeks