Shapely curves are foundational to today’s body conscious fashions. To that end, Beverly Hills Facial Plastic Surgery and Aesthetic Center is pleased to offer our neighbors in Los Angeles an improved rear end with a sexy new silhouette courtesy of a buttock lift.
How does a buttock lift work?
The buttock lift is a surgical procedure that involves removing fat and excess skin from the buttocks. For people who have had a dramatic weight loss — or who simply want more shapely buttocks — a lift can help. Sagging excess skin is removed and the remaining buttock tissues are repositioned into a more youthful appearance. All this is typically done as an outpatient procedure that lasts two to four hours.
What benefits can I expect from a buttock lift?
It could be due to aging, weight loss or a variety of other factors, but many come to Beverly Hills Facial Plastic Surgery and Aesthetic Center feeling that their back sides are sagging and flat. Butt lift surgery targets the drooping tissue, lifting and removing excess skin to produce a firmer, toned, and more sculpted derriere. Generally, buttock lifts are long lasting as long as the patient maintains a balanced diet and exercise program.
Am I a good candidate for a buttock lift?
If you are tired of your flabby backside and want to know what it feels like to have a sexy, round and firm derriere, you may be a good candidate for a buttock lift. Having experienced substantial weight loss through diet, exercise or surgery, typical butt lift patients want to trade in their stretch marks, cellulite and loose, hanging skin for tighter, firmer contours. If this is you, then a buttock lift at Beverly Hills Facial Plastic Surgery and Aesthetic Center may be your ticket to a more sexy and curvaceous shape.
Some people requesting liposuction are really better candidates for a butt lift since liposuction alone can leave excessive, hanging skin. Dr. Banthia will let you know if having both procedures at the same time will help achieve the new shape you desire. Call us today at 310-278-3223 for a free initial consultation.