Buttock lift Surgery
A buttock lift, or known as gluteoplasty, this surgery lifts and tightens the skin of the buttocks. Excess skin is removed and the surrounding tissue repositioned to create a more youthful and pleasing body contour. This procedure is not to be confused with a Brazilian butt lift, which adds volume to the buttocks using injections of the patient’s own fat to increase projection and create a lifting effect.
The downside of a butt lift is that it may flatten out the buttocks too much. In this case, a butt lift may be performed in conjunction with fat grafting or other augmentation methods including the use of the patient’s own extra skin.
Who Can Benefit From a Buttock Lift?
Butt lift surgery is usually performed on those with large amounts of loose, hanging skin on the buttocks and back of the upper thighs. It may also improve the appearance of cellulite. Its goal is to return the body to a more normal appearance after the loss of skin elasticity due to extreme weight loss or age-related changes.
Although small amounts of fat can be removed along with your excess skin, a butt lift is not intended to remove significant fat deposits. You should be stable at or near your ideal weight before considering a butt lift.
Who Is a Good Candidate?
The best candidates for a butt lift are non-smokers who are in generally good health and maintain a stable weight through a commitment to a healthy diet and lifestyle. It is also important for the patient to have a positive outlook and realistic expectations about the outcome.
Your surgeon will usually order pre-op lab tests to confirm your health status. He or she may also require that you adjust, cease, or begin taking certain medications in the week or two before your surgery, including avoiding aspirin, many anti-inflammatory drugs, and herbal supplements. If you smoke, you may be asked by your surgeon to stop in advance of surgery.
You are advised not to sit for a week following the procedure. Most patients can return to work after two weeks, provided there is not a lot of extended sitting. Strenuous or extended activity should be avoided until at least four to six weeks have passed. It is important that your incisions are not subjected to excessive force, abrasion, or motion during this time.
As with all surgery, it is important to understand that these guidelines can vary widely based on the patient’s personal health, the techniques used, and other variable factors surrounding the surgery. Any severe pain should be reported to your doctor.
Risks and Complications
Risks and possible complications include:
- Unfavorable scarring
- Excessive bleeding or hematoma
- Skin or fat necrosis (tissue death)
- Poor wound healing or wound separation
- Blood clots
- Anesthesia risks
- Deep vein thrombosis
- Cardiac and pulmonary complications
- Persistent edema (swelling) or fluid accumulation
- Persistent pain
- Temporary or permanent change/loss of skin sensation
- Asymmetry or otherwise unsatisfactory aesthetic results requiring revisional surgery
- Recurrent looseness or sagging of skin
Seeing Your Results
Most swelling should subside within the first six weeks, although your final result may not be fully seen until up to one year following your procedure. Your body contours should be permanently improved provided you do not lose or gain a significant amount of weight. However, age and gravity will eventually cause some loss of firmness.
Your surgeon will strive to place the scar as inconspicuously as possible so that it will be hidden underneath your chosen bathing suit style. Although they are permanent, scars will improve over time, continuing to flatten and fade for up to two years.
Buttock lift procedures are surgical procedures and they may require extensive incisions. Incision length and pattern depend on the amount and location of excess skin to be removed, as well as surgical judgment. Advanced techniques usually allow incisions to be placed in strategic locations where they can be hidden by most types of clothing and swimsuits.
Step 1 – Anesthesia
Medications are administered for your comfort during the surgical procedure. The choices include intravenous sedation and general anesthesia. Your doctor will recommend the best choice for you.
Step 2 – The incision
One common technique of gluteal lift uses an incision just below the waist line and is commonly combined with an abdominoplasty incision in a body contouring procedure. Liposuction may be used for improved contouring as well. If it is determined by your surgeon that you are a good candidate for an auto-augmentation, some of the tissue that is normally removed is strategically left in place hidden underneath the remaining skin.
Another technique uses an incision just below the buttocks and is placed in the crease between the buttocks and the upper thigh. The excess skin and tissues are removed resulting in a more defined crease and sometimes smoothes the skin of the back of the upper leg.
Step 3 – Closing the incisions
Deep sutures within underlying tissues help to form and support the newly shaped contours. Sutures, skin adhesives, tapes or clips may be used to close the skin incisions.
Step 4 – See the results
The results of a gluteal lift are visible almost immediately. However, the tissues will need to settle within the first 3-6 months and the incision lines can take up to two years to mature. Get more information on gluteal lift results.
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