Butt Lift: The Bottom Line
The Butt Lift would appear to be part of the norm when it comes to extreme makeovers these days. If exercise or buttock lifting underwear is not for you, then here are some recommendations when it comes to surgery.
The plastic surgery operation known as a butt lift – thighplasty or excisional thigh lipectomy – is a procedure that addresses a range of problems in the inner thighs, ranging from excess fat deposits to loose skin to weak muscles and stretch marks. Butt lift is a common plastic surgery operation for the removal of loose skin after massive weight loss following successful bariatric surgery. It may also form part of a body lift – a more complex plastic surgery procedure that combines tummy tuck, thigh and buttock lift.
A butt lift is typically performed under general anesthesia. The procedure will usually last three hours or less.
Before the operation, the surgeon plans the operation by marking where the skin incisions are to be made for optimum body-shaping effect.
Several incisions are made where the doctor believes cutting will be most effective for the patient, with the least side effects and scarring.
With this particular procedure, you will want to know that your surgeon is experienced and qualified to perform the butt lifts.
So, how do you go about finding a qualified surgeon?
If you, or someone you know, are considering elective surgery, you should be aware that there are some ways to objectively evaluate your surgeon.
A good indication of competence is certification by a surgical board. Ask if your surgeon is “board certified” in surgery.
In order for a physician to become board certified, he or she must complete the designated years of residency training, and then demonstrate his or her knowledge by successfully completing a rigorous examination.
This is the best possible type of reassurance, and will put the odds in your favour so that once all is said and done, you will be happy with the results.
Before proceeding with surgery, it is important ascertain whether or not you really need it. Will it add value to your life? Or is it simply a case of low self-esteem? Read Mirror Madness: Get Rid Of That Negative Self Image
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