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Buttock Augmentation

Buttock augmentation is a cosmetic procedure that helps to reshape and enhance your gluteal region. It is generally performed using your own tissue or autologous fat transfer, or as a Brazilian Butt Lift. Liposuction is mostly performed to harvest or extract fat which is then injected into the buttocks.

Buttock augmentation can also be done by moving a flap of tissue from a specific area of your buttocks or lower back region to a more desirable position. Solid or cohesive silicone gel implants are also be used to impart a fuller appearance to the buttocks.

You could be an ideal candidate for buttock augmentation if:

  • Your buttocks are extremely small compared to your body frame
  • Clothes do not suit you properly
  • Your buttocks are loose, sagging or flat due to weight loss
  • You become self-conscious due to the shape or size of your buttocks

Buttock augmentation is generally performed on an outpatient basis, under general anesthesia, local anesthesia or intravenous sedation.

The Procedure

Autologous fat transfer

Autologous fat transfer refers to grafting fat from one body part to enhance the volume of another region in the body. The donor sites often include the abdomen, hips, back or thighs. In this procedure, fat cells are removed using Lipoplasty and then injected in into the buttocks. Liposuction is also used to further accentuate and refine your buttock.

Gluteal Implants

This procedure is often performed by creating an incision in the fold between the buttock "cheeks" and then inserting a solid silicone implant into the pocket underneath the gluteus muscle and above the pelvic bone. The periphery of the cheeks is taped following the surgery, so that the implants are retained in position during the healing of the tissues. Implants are suitable when congenital deformity or heredity is the reason for poorly defined buttocks.


After the procedure, the patient will have to wear a surgical dressing or a support or compression garment. Your physician or caregiver will provide you comprehensive instructions about your post-surgical care, the symptoms you might experience, and any probable signs of complication.

You should not put direct pressure on your buttock for a prolonged period of time during the first 2 weeks. It might take longer time to recover. Pain is often alleviated by medication. You might experience bruising and inflammation in the buttock area during recovery. This is quite normal and will tend to subside after a few days or weeks.