Buttocks with a prominent and well-defined shape will always be a feature of a female profile that will attract attention.
Many women have the natural flat shape of the bottom and want to improve the appearance by rounding the buttocks and lifting them.
The shape and proportion of a person’s buttocks change as they age. The weight fluctuations, sun, the genetic factors can also contribute to the loss of skin elasticity.

The buttock lift is also done in combination with other procedures and helps to reshape the buttocks and surrounding areas, such as the hips, lower back and thighs.
This procedure considerably improves the appearance of the body, being sculpted firm and prominent shapes, but it also renders a more youthful appearance

You may consider a butt lift if:

You have lost a significant amount of weight.
You are overweight and unable to lose weight through exercise and diet.
You have a normal weight, but you want an improvement in your body appearance.
The buttock lift will not change the quality of the skin.

Consult your doctor if: 

You suffer from a severe chronic condition, such as heart disease or diabetes.
You want to lose a lot of weight.
You have a body mass index greater than 32.
You are a smoker.
Your mental health is unstable.

Possible risks

The buttock lift surgery has various risks, including:

    • Accumulation of fluid under the skin (serum);
    • Slow wound healing;
    • Cicatrization;
    • Sensation / numbness changes.

As with any type of surgery, there may be a risk of bleeding, infection, or an adverse reaction to anesthesia.

The preparation for the buttock lift

It is important to discuss with your surgeon about the medical history, diet, other surgeries you have had and the reason and expectations you have for this operation.

Before the procedure you will have to:

Quit smoking – before surgery and during recovery
Avoid certain medications – anti-inflammatory drugs, aspirin, herbal supplements
Maintain a stable weight – at least 3 months before and after surgery, so as not to diminish the results of the procedure
Take medication to prevent complications – before surgery, you may need to take an anticoagulant to prevent blood clotting
Someone must be with you during the recovery!

During the procedure

Dr. Pascal will make incisions in the upper buttocks, hips and pubic bone or under the buttocks. Excess skin will be removed and the buttocks will be lifted.
Small incisions will be made that will fade over time and are generally no longer visible at the end of the healing process. The operation takes place under general anesthesia, outpatient. The procedure takes 2-3 hours.

After the procedure

After the buttock lift, the incision will be covered with surgical dressing. Drain tubes will be placed under the wound and close to the incision line to drain blood or excess fluid.
It is recommended to sleep on your stomach and avoid sitting for more than 20 minutes.
Dr. Pascal will recommend postoperative treatment.

In the first 6 weeks you should avoid excessive effort, and the results are visible immediately after the procedure, but after 2-3 months the final results will be visible.

After the buttock lift operation, the results can be long lasting. It is necessary to maintain a stable body weight as well as exercise.