Butt augmentation in Kyiv
Buttock augmentation is a cherished desire of many women. A slender silhouette and a tight butt automatically raise the self-esteem of its owner! But it is so difficult to achieve long-lasting results – endless diets, workouts, exhausting exercises.
All these methods require a lot of time and effort, which is no longer left by the end of the working day. And the dream of an ideal figure is again postponed for later.
No more exhausting yourself with classes in the gym!
Come to Coollaser Clinic and the most experienced surgeons in Ukraine will help you to enlarge your buttocks and shape exactly the silhouette you have always dreamed of!
What is Brazilian Butt?
Most often, an augmentation of the buttocks (gluteoplasty) is called the “operation of the Brazilian priest”. However, this common term implies a general concept of magnification, not a specific technique.
This plastic surgery is aimed at increasing or restoring forms. Modern plastic surgery has the following augmentation methods: lipofilling of the buttocks, augmentation with grafts and correction with Aptos threads.
The operation is shown in the case:
- Age changes
- Consequences of previous operations
- Loose skin
- Muscle atrophy
- A sharp decrease in body weight
Lipofilling of the buttocks
One of the popular methods is lipofilling. It is the process of increasing the buttocks with their own fat.
The specialist removes excess fat mass from the selected area. The resulting material is completely biocompatible with the patient’s body. This means that the risk of complications and material rejection is reduced to almost zero.
The resulting tissue is carefully processed and, if necessary, enriched with vitamins and minerals. Then it is inserted into the gluteal zone, where the surgeon gives the desired shape.
The result from buttock augmentation can be seen within the first 10-14 days. However, a full-fledged tissue restoration and obtaining the final result is possible after 4-6 months.
The rehabilitation period after the increase:
The recovery period after buttock augmentation requires adherence to all doctor’s recommendations. Including:
- Refusal from physical exercises 1 month.
- Use of compression garments for up to 3 months.
- It is forbidden to visit the bathhouse and sauna up to 3 months.
- Intramuscular injections of the buttocks are prohibited for the entire period.
Augmentation with grafts
The use of artificial grafts for buttock augmentation gives a much more pronounced and lasting result. In this case, the patient has the opportunity to choose the desired size and shape.
Modern gluteal grafts differ in appearance (round or anatomical) and composition. The big advantage of endoprostheses is that over time they do not lose their shape, and if damaged, they do not spread.
The endoprosthesis is a durable silicone filled with a unique compound. With prolonged use, it “remembers” the muscle shape.
The size and shape of the implant is determined by the surgeon, depending on the wishes of the patient and his individual characteristics.
Augmentation with Aptos threads
This operation is aimed not so much at increasing the volume of the buttocks, but at tightening them. Most often, this method is used by relatively young patients, whose training and exercises do not bring the desired result.
The surgeon implants threads and fixes the tissue. Thanks to this, the buttocks acquire elasticity and fit.
Contraindications for buttock augmentation:
- Age under 18
- Viral and infectious diseases
- Individual contraindications
- Lack of fat in the buttocks
- Diseases of the blood
- Pregnancy and lactation
Before plastic surgery, a mandatory examination of the patient is required. This is to reduce any risks and complications after surgery. This usually includes a specialist consultation, blood and urine tests.
Coollaser Clinic in the center of Kyiv on Pechersk distr. invites you for a consultation with the best surgeons in the country!
Don’t postpone buttock augmentation for later!
Specialists in the procedure
Gavrilyuk Sergey Grigorievich
Plastic and Reconstructive surgeon
Krysko Sergey Yurievich