Buttock Augmentation

Buttock Augmentation surgery is one of the most popular procedures for women in the Turkey. The procedure is used to increase the size and shape of the buttocks by injecting fat into them. Buttock Augmentation is also known as Buttock Enhancement surgery, Bum Lift surgery and Buttock Enhancement.

Buttock Augmentation surgery can be performed through several different methods. The most common method used to perform this procedure is called Autologous Fat Transfer. In this method, your own fat tissue is harvested from another part of your body and transferred to your buttocks to increase the size and shape of it. Another method used for Buttock Augmentation surgery is called Liposuction, which involves removing fat from other parts of your body then transferring it to your buttocks.

The reason why women choose Buttock Augmentation surgery is because they want their buttocks to look fuller, rounder and more attractive than before. Having a flat butt may cause some people to feel self-conscious about their appearance as well as their confidence level when wearing certain types of clothes or exposing themselves in public places such as beaches or swimming pools where swimsuits are required attire for adults and children alike.

A buttock augmentation procedure is a cosmetic surgery performed to increase the size, shape and projection of the buttocks.

Buttock augmentation is a cosmetic surgery performed to increase the size, shape and projection of the buttocks.

The procedure can be performed using implants or fat injections. The most common procedure involves placing silicone implants behind each buttock. Implants may be placed inside the body or under the skin of each buttock.

The implant can be made of saline (salt water) or silicone gel, which is more durable and gives more natural results than saline. The surgeon will decide which type of implant is best for you based on your preferences and medical history.

During this surgery, your surgeon will use an incision around your backside to insert the implants into your buttocks tissue. The incision will then be closed with stitches and covered with a bandage or dressing. You will need to wear compression garments for several weeks after surgery so that swelling goes down and healing progresses properly.

After surgery, many women experience pain in their lower back and buttocks area due to swelling or inflammation around their buttock implants. 

This pain should go away within a few days after surgery but if it persists longer than 2 weeks then please contact your surgeon immediately as there may be an issue with one or both implants placed during surgery.

You should begin wearing an immediate supportive bra after Buttock Augmentation surgery.

Your surgeon may provide you with a surgical bra, which will help support your new buttocks. This is important because it can help reduce swelling, which helps to decrease pain and bruising. You may also want to consider purchasing a post-operative compression garment for added support.

If you are unable to wear a surgical bra or if you experience any discomfort while wearing one, then you may need to purchase an alternative type of post-operative support garment. These garments come in various sizes and shapes and can be purchased at most medical supply stores or online retailers.

It’s important to discuss all the options with your surgeon before going ahead with Buttock Augmentation surgery.

Buttock augmentation, also known as buttock implant or butt augmentation, is a surgical procedure that involves inserting an implant into your buttocks to increase their size and shape.

The procedure can be performed under general or local anesthesia and takes about two hours.

A surgical drain may be placed in one or both of your buttocks if you have a large amount of fat removed from them. The drain will help prevent fluid from collecting in the area after surgery.

You may stay in the hospital for up to two days after your surgery.

Buttock Augmentation is considered a cosmetic surgery and can be combined with other procedures such as breast augmentation and liposuction.

It is important to understand that buttock augmentation is not intended to increase the size of your butt, but rather to create a more rounded shape. The procedure can be done on its own or in combination with other procedures such as breast augmentation and liposuction.

The goal of the buttock augmentation procedure is to enhance the appearance and shape of your buttocks by adding volume. The procedure will add fullness to your buttocks using fat from other areas of your body that have been liposuctioned during the same operation or from a donor site (such as from another person). The added fat will increase the size and shape of your buttock area, giving you a more attractive figure overall.

The procedure involves placing an implant in each buttock, which are made out of silicone gel or saline solution, depending on what type you choose. The surgeon will then inject these implants underneath the skin through small incisions made on each side of your buttocks.

What is Buttock Augmentation?

Buttock Augmentation, also known as Buttock Enhancement or Butt Lift, is a plastic surgery procedure that reshapes the buttocks.

The procedure is usually performed by a cosmetic surgeon and consists of injecting fat from another part of the body into the buttocks. The most common areas to draw fat from are the abdomen and thighs. However, other options include the hips, back or waistline. The amount of fat used depends on the size and shape desired as well as how much volume can be safely injected into each buttock cheek.

After your procedure, you will be required to wear compression garments for approximately six weeks while your implants heal. The goal is to achieve a natural-looking result with an enhanced appearance in order to give your body an overall balanced look by reducing excess skin in other areas like arms or thighs.

Buttock augmentation can improve your self-esteem and confidence because it helps restore balance after weight loss or pregnancy by redistributing fat so that you look more proportionate throughout your body instead of having only one area where you appear heavier than others (such as thighs).

What are the recovery instructions after buttock augmentation?

Once you have your buttock augmentation, you will need to follow some instructions on how to recover. These instructions are designed to help you heal and ensure that your new buttock implants provide you with the most benefit possible.

The first thing you should do after your buttock augmentation is rest and keep yourself as still as possible. This means no walking around or standing up right after your surgery—you’ll need to stay in bed for at least four hours after the procedure. After that, you’ll be able to walk around and go about your daily routine, but only for a few days. The most important thing is to make sure that you don’t do anything that might cause further injury or irritation of the area where your implants were placed.

If there is any discomfort or pain from the surgery itself, mild painkillers like ibuprofen may be recommended. If this doesn’t work for you, ask your doctor about stronger prescription painkillers so that you can get through this period without suffering unnecessarily from discomfort or pain.

It’s normal for swelling and bruising around the implantation sites (buttocks) after having this procedure done.

Is Buttock Augmentation right for me?

Buttock augmentation surgery is right for you if you have self-esteem issues with the size or shape of your buttocks.

Buttock augmentation surgery is a procedure that can change the size, shape and contour of your buttocks. It is usually performed to increase the size of the buttocks by adding fat or implants to the area. The procedure can also be used to improve the shape of an individual’s rear end by removing excess skin, muscles and fat from the area. Buttock augmentation surgery can also be performed on both men and women who want to achieve an athletic buttock appearance, but it’s most commonly performed on women who want to enhance their physical appearance through cosmetic surgery.

Are there things I can do to help prepare for my buttock augmentation surgery?

Yes, there are things you can do to help prepare for your buttock augmentation surgery.

First, you should rest and stay off your feet as much as possible for at least three days prior to surgery. This will reduce swelling and help your body better absorb the medication that will be used during surgery. It’s important that you stay hydrated, so make sure to drink plenty of water throughout the day.

Avoid any aspirin or ibuprofen products two weeks prior to surgery because they thin blood and may increase bleeding during the procedure. If you have allergies or sensitivities to certain foods or medications, let us know before your procedure so we can avoid those items during surgery.

It’s also a good idea to stop smoking two weeks before your procedure as smoking can cause blood clots in veins which could lead to serious complications during or after surgery such as pulmonary embolism or deep vein thrombosis (DVT).

What are the pros and cons of Buttock Augmentation?

Buttock augmentation is a procedure that involves the injection of fat, silicone, or another substance into the buttock area. The injections can improve the shape, size, and contour of the buttocks.


  1. Buttock augmentation can make your buttocks look more voluptuous and attractive.
  2. It is a relatively safe procedure with little to no downtime; most patients can resume normal activities immediately after surgery.
  3. The effects of buttock augmentation last for years if performed correctly by an experienced plastic surgeon.
  4. You can get back your pre-surgery body after having children because the added fat will dissolve over time (but only if you’ve had an implant).


  1. There is a risk of infection at any surgery site and this risk is higher if you have multiple body piercings or tattoos because there’s a greater chance of bacteria entering through these areas during surgery (which means there’s also a greater chance that you’ll need antibiotics). So if you have any of these things then make sure to tell your doctor before going under anesthesia!  
  2. There’s also always a risk that something could go wrong during surgery (such as nerve damage).

What can I expect from my buttock augmentation consultation?

The buttock augmentation procedure is a surgical procedure that uses implants to augment the size of the buttocks. The buttocks are made up of two muscles, gluteus maximus and gluteus medius, which are separated by a layer of fat called the fascia lata. A surgeon will make incisions in this fat layer to insert either one or two implants made of silicone or saline.

During your consultation, the surgeon will evaluate your body type and examine your skin tone and elasticity to determine if you are a good candidate for the procedure. They will also discuss the potential risks associated with the surgery and any other health issues you may have that could affect your recovery period. You will be provided with information about how long you should wait before resuming normal activities following surgery as well as what kind of pain management options are available to you during recovery.

Who needs Buttock Augmentation?

Buttock augmentation is a procedure that can help you increase the size and shape of your buttocks. It’s also known as buttock enhancement, buttock augmentation, or gluteoplasty.

This procedure can be performed on both men and women who want to enhance their appearance through surgically reshaping their rear end. The most common reason for this surgery is to correct asymmetry between the two sides of your body. For example, if one side is larger than the other, or if you have some extra skin that hangs over your waistband when you wear tight-fitting clothes.

Buttock augmentation may also be performed to improve body contouring after weight loss or pregnancy, or to make the buttocks appear more prominent in clothes or swimsuits.

Am I a good candidate for buttock augmentation?

Many of our patients are interested in improving the shape, size, or contour of their buttocks. If you are unhappy with your current buttocks and want to improve them, you may be a good candidate for buttock augmentation.

If you are considering buttock augmentation, it is important to understand that there are many different procedures available. The procedure that is right for you will depend on your goals, your desired outcome, and your budget. Your board-certified plastic surgeon will be able to discuss the various options available with you during your consultation.

Is there any special care needed after Buttock Augmentation?

There are a few things you can do to minimize bruising and swelling after buttock augmentation.

The first thing you should do is remain as still as possible for at least 48 hours after the procedure. Do not drive, walk around, or lift anything heavier than 10 pounds for at least 2 days after your surgery.

Next, start walking around soon after your surgery. This will help to prevent blood clots from forming. You should also take your prescribed pain medication as directed by your doctor to help reduce pain and swelling.

You can also apply cold compresses to the area of your buttocks where the incisions were made for up to 20 minutes every hour for the first 4 hours after surgery. This will help reduce bleeding and swelling in these areas as well as decrease pain levels caused by nerve endings that may become irritated during recovery process due to pressure applied on them due to sitting down too long (which can happen easily if you don’t move around enough).

How to prepare for Buttock Augmentation?

 Don’t put off your procedure. The best time to do it is when you are ready.

If you are considering Buttock Augmentation, you may be wondering how to prepare for your procedure. There are a few things that you can do to help make the process smoother, and they will also help make sure that you are completely prepared for the procedure itself.

One of the first things that you should consider is taking a break from any type of strenuous exercise during your recovery period. If you have been working out regularly, it’s important that you allow yourself some time off before and after surgery in order to give yourself time to heal properly and prevent any complications from occurring as a result of being too active while trying to heal quickly after an operation like this one takes place on a fairly close proximity basis. This type of surgery requires very specific instructions about what kinds of exercises should not take place until after surgery has taken place, so make sure that you read all instructions carefully before beginning any kind of workout routine again after having undergone this kind of procedure done on yourself!

How much time will I need to take off work before buttock augmentation surgery?

In general, we recommend that you take off as little time as possible before your surgery. The more time you take off from work and the more energy you expend on activity, the longer it will take for you to recover from the procedure.

You should plan on the following:

– If you are having a buttock augmentation, you may want to consider scheduling your surgery for a Friday or Monday so that it does not interfere with your weekend plans or next week’s schedule.

– If you are having breast augmentation surgery and are breastfeeding, we recommend waiting until after your milk comes in before having your procedure done.

– If you are having a tummy tuck, we recommend waiting until after your milk comes in before undergoing surgery if possible—this way there is no risk of losing milk due to compression of the breasts during the procedure or post-op period.

What questions should I ask my plastic surgeon about Buttock Augmentation?

When you are considering plastic surgery, it is important to ask your surgeon about their training and experience. Buttock augmentation is a relatively new procedure with a lot of potential risks and benefits. Your doctor should be able to tell you about the risks and benefits of the procedure, as well as how they would approach it in your unique situation.

It is also important to ask your surgeon if they have done many of these procedures before and how many they have performed recently. You want to make sure that someone who has done multiple buttock augmentations recently will be doing yours, because the results are not always predictable.

Additionally, make sure that you know what type of implant will be used for the procedure. A common type of implant for buttock augmentation is silicone, but there are other options as well which may be better suited for your body type or desired outcome.

How long does it take for the results of my buttock augmentation to appear and stabilize?

The results of your buttock augmentation will take approximately three months to appear and stabilize.

During the first few weeks, you will be required to wear a compression garment at all times. This helps reduce swelling and bruising and helps keep your new dermal fillers in place.

Once the swelling has subsided, you will be able to start exercising again; however, we recommend that you avoid any strenuous activity for at least six weeks after surgery.

After these initial stages, your buttock augmentation results should be stable for up to two years before requiring another treatment session.