Buttock Augmentation

Buttock augmentation is a technique that, via the placement of cohesive silicone implants, gives the area a rounder shape (for women) or boosts the buttock’s muscles (in the case of men).

The prosthesis, which is located under the gluteus maximus muscle, is put in place by means of an incision in the crack between the two buttocks. Recovery from the procedure, which is carried out under general anaesthetic, means following certain rules, such as sleeping face down for a couple of weeks. Physical exercise involving the area treated must be avoided for at least five or six weeks, as should injections to the area of the buttocks.




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