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Sunday, May 12, 2013

What Are The Real Risks Of Butt Augmentation?

Risky business
All surgical procedures carry with them a degree of risk. With specific surgeries come specific risks and hazards. Some procedures produce more consistent results than others. One of the most consistently satisfying procedures patients request is called the Brazilian butt augmentation.

Butt Augmentation
What does it do?
Have you ever wished for a perfect hourglass figure, either for yourself or the woman in your life? A figure known for its small waist and a butt that looks like an upside-down heart, or a perfectly round apple? Even if you weren't born with an hourglass shape, you can have one now thanks to the innovative work of plastic surgeons.

How does it work?
There are two words women say often enough they bear repeating here. The words are “If” and “only,” as in “If only I could take the fat from my belly and put it in my butt!” Talented surgeons have a gift for turning patient’s dreams into reality. These “If only?” questions are the driving force behind the work of innovative surgeons the world over, and not just in plastic surgery.

The procedure
It starts with liposuction, itself a fairly non-invasive procedure, requiring only small incisions to be made in the patient’s skin around the tummy, thighs, hips, and lower back. A butt augmentation is more than just liposuction. The surgeon then takes the fat he removed and injects it into the patient’s butt. The procedure is a full sculpting of the lower back and buttocks area, with the goal to create the perfect hourglass profile for the patient's body.

What are the specific risks associated with Brazilian Butt Augmentation?
Although it occurs rarely, the biggest risk of the procedure occurs when the fatty tissue injected into the patient’s butt fails to heal properly. This happens when the new fat cells do not take and instead turn into scar tissue. This creates lumpiness and hard spots in the patient’s new butt. Some patients require revision surgery to fix the scar tissue. Patients can lessen the risk of experiencing this outcome by following their surgeon’s aftercare instructions to the letter.

The importance of hiring a qualified surgeon
Other than the standard risks inherent to all surgical procedures, rare risk factors like infection, bleeding, skin ulceration and nerve injury, probably the biggest risk comes with hiring an inexperienced, unqualified surgeon to perform the procedure. To get the best result, your surgeon needs to specialize in procedures like butt augmentation. Your surgeon should be able to show you before and after photos of his patients. When you hire a surgeon who doesn't specialize in the procedure you want, you’re essentially paying them to experiment with your body.

Other risk factors
Do you want to fall in love with your body, once and for all? Do you want to look in the mirror, turn around, and smile for once in your life? Do you want your great butt to turn every head on the beach? How about fitting into the clothes you love? Imagine what your yoga instructor and the pool boy will say. The results speak for themselves.
If these are risks worth taking to you, start researching surgeons in your area. And don’t be afraid to travel. It’s your body, and your appearance, at risk.

Carolina Monroe Written by: Carolina
Way To Be Healthy Updated at: 10:24 PM

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