WHAT TO EXPECT AFTER BUTT AUGMENTATION SURGERY

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At first, you may feel uncomfortable and will be advised not to sit until the sutures have healed. In the initial period after surgery, you will have to rest on your stomach or sides most of the time to let the buttocks heal. After a week or so you will be able to sit comfortably again, but it might seem to you as if you are sitting on a wallet, or padding. This is the feeling one gets in the upper region of the buttock, although this isn’t the load-bearing region as one sits down. The butt Implants is generally placed much higher in the gluten pocket, while most of the weight from sitting is distributed across the upper back of the thighs. For this reason, it is unlikely that you’ll ever actually “sit” on the implant itself. You will need to wear a support garment for approximately two to three weeks after your procedure. You will understandably be eager to enjoy your new look, but try to be patient. The final result is usually not seen until a few months after surgery.

Will there be scars?

Yes, but they probably won’t be noticeable. The surgeon will make every effort to keep incisions to a minimum and hide them in the natural lines and creases of your skin. The scars will fade over time and become barely noticeable.

Risks and complications of the surgery

The most common risks include bleeding, infection, and scarring. Although these are very rare, they can occur. These will be discussed with you during your consultation for the procedure.

BUTT AUGMENTATION SURGERY

Other complications can include capsular contractual, or loss of some sensation in the region. Capsular contractual is a condition that can occur when fibrosis of connective tissue forms around the capsule (the implant body), causing firmness and hardened implant edges that can restrict movement. Capsular contractual occurs very rarely, but in severe cases, where the capsule fiber can’t be broken externally, a corrective surgery for the removal and/or replacement of the implant might have to be carried out.

For further information about the butt augmentation procedure and to find answers to questions you might have, log on to www.babygotbutt.com

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