Hip implants are surgically placed silicone-filled breast prosthesis-like materials that are inserted deep into the hip tissue. Hip enlargement aesthetics, which are made through the use of fat grafts, involves the transfer of fat from one part of the body to the hip tissues. This technique is sometimes called the Brazilian Butt Lift.
In addition to hip enlargement procedures, a butt lift surgery can be performed by surgically removing the soft tissue.
A butt lift or a stitch lift improves the shape and tone of the underlying skin and fat in the hip area.
It may contribute to the improvement of weak tissue elasticity, which may cause hip drooping, due to aging, sun damage, pregnancy, significant fluctuations in weight, and genetic factors.
To get a smoother and more pleasant contour, excessive sagging skin and oil are removed. Removing a traditional iliac does not enlarge the butt, but it can improve skin surface with cellulite and irregular appearance. This procedure can be included in a body lift surgery or be done separately.
Butt lift aesthetics are definitely not designed to either remove excess fat or add volume to the butt. Fat grafts, hip implants, or butt lift (when some of your own tissues fall under excess skin) can be used to add volume. The liposuction procedure can be used together to further improve the butt appearance.
Hip augmentation surgery or butt lift surgery is a personally preferred procedure. You should do this for yourself, not to fulfill someone else’s wishes or to try to fit any ideal image.
You may be a good candidate for hip augmentation and butt lift in the following situations:
The decision to have a hip enlargement or butt lift procedure is extremely personal. You will need to decide whether this procedure will meet your goals and whether the risks and potential complications of hip augmentation or butt lift surgery are acceptable.
Your plastic surgeon will explain the risks associated with the surgery in detail. You will be asked to sign approval forms to make sure you fully understand the procedure and all risks or possible complications.
Risks of butt erection or hip enlargement include:
These risks and others will be fully explained to you before your consent is taken. It is important to address all your questions directly with your plastic surgeon.