Bella Cosmetic Surgery
120 Waterfront Street
National Harbor, MD 20745
Put Your Buttocks Problems Behind You
The buttocks cause frustration for most of us. We want to appear as attractive as possible, especially in form fitting clothes, but despite diet and exercise, the buttocks lag “behind.”
Do you have flat buttocks and wish they were rounder, more desirable? Or are they too large and you want a rounder, firmer shape? You used to have to just grin and bear it and search effortlessly for clothes that would best camouflage your shape. Fortunately, you now have surgical options to augment and/or contour your buttocks to give you the shapely rear you’ve always desired.
To better understand buttocks contouring think of a plastic surgeon as a sculptor who molds, adds or removes clay to produce a beautiful piece of art, but instead of clay the surgeon works with fatty tissue. Large buttocks are reduced by removing fatty tissue through liposuction. The remaining fat is then “molded” or redistributed to develop a firmer and more sculpted look. Small buttocks are enhanced by taking fat from other areas of the body such as the abdomen and injecting it into the buttocks area. Again, the additional fat will be “molded” to create a well-proportioned look.
Buttock implants give you even more options. Depending on your figure and your desire, your plastic surgeon works with you to select the size that is best for you. The incision is 2-3 inches, and is hidden in the crease between the buttocks. These implants are soft like breast implants, however they are much stronger and do not leak.
There is recovery time for all of these procedures, however you should be able to resume all normal activities in 14 days. Two weeks to get the shapely buttocks you’ve always wanted imagine what life would be like if we could solve all our problems that quickly.
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