Correction of the buttocks

Apologies for that. Here’s the revised translation: “Augmentation of the buttocks with implants is becoming an increasingly popular aesthetic surgical procedure aimed at enhancing the aesthetic and functional aspects of the buttocks. This method provides a permanent solution for those seeking a fuller, firmer, and aesthetically more appealing buttocks. Through a detailed review of the procedure, recovery process, and potential risks, we can better understand this surgery.

Details of the procedure

The buttock augmentation procedure with implants typically takes between one to two hours and is performed under general anesthesia. The surgeon makes incisions in concealed areas (most commonly within the intergluteal sulcus or beneath the buttocks) to insert the implants. The insertion technique depends on various factors, including the type of implants, the patient’s anatomy, and the specific goals of the procedure.

The implants can be placed above or below the gluteal muscle. Placement beneath the muscle may reduce the risk of certain complications but can be more painful and have a longer recovery period. The surgeon will explain the options in detail and recommend the best approach based on the individual characteristics of the patient.

Types of implants

Buttock implants are mostly made of solid silicone that does not leak and is resistant to ruptures. They provide a more natural feel and appearance compared to other materials. Selecting the size and shape of the implants is crucial for achieving the desired aesthetic outcome and should be carefully chosen in collaboration with the surgeon.

Postoperative recovery

After the surgery, patients can expect significant discomfort and limited mobility. Wearing specialized compression underwear is necessary to reduce swelling and support healing. Most patients can return to work and daily activities within 2 to 4 weeks, although avoiding strenuous physical activities is recommended for at least 6 to 8 weeks.

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