Many women desire the appearance of larger and shapelier buttocks. Recently, trends have shifted toward valuing a more curvaceous body contour, as a symbol of sensuality and sex appeal.
Buttock augmentation surgery is a surgical procedure in which hard silicone implants are inserted into the buttocks to give a more appealing appearance and to enhance your posterior contours.
Good candidates for buttock augmentation surgery in Turkey are women who wish to improve the shape and size of their buttocks. People aged 18 with good overall health are candidates for the buttock augmentation.
Our plastic surgeons at Esteworld, who are highly skilled in performing technical and aesthetical procedures, will provide you with an improved appearance and enhanced contours.
You should avoid taking anti-inflammatory medications such as Aspirin and Vitamin E. You should also quit smoking.
Your blood tests and cardiac evaluation should be completed.
You should not eat or drink anything after the time advised by your surgeon. You should also prepare a bag including comfortable shoes and clothes zipped or buttoned.
You can take a shower or bath, normally. You should not use gel or any other products for your hair. In addition, you should not use any cosmetic, facial creams or body lotions.
Our surgeons perform fat grafting, which is also known as fat transfer, and silicone to increase the size and shape of the buttocks. Through the implants using for fat transfer, unwanted fat is removed from another part of the patient’s body, and re-injected into the buttocks in order to give the patients a curvaceous contours desired by them.
Buttock augmentation surgery in Turkey follows a surgical procedure which hard silicone implants are inserted into the buttocks through an incision.
During the first 24 to 48 hours after surgery, it is important to have someone with you as you may feel weak or sleepy or require help out of bed. It is also very important to eat a healthy diet and avoid from eating fatty or spicy foods to prevent stomach irritation and digestion problems.