A buttock lift is a procedure to reshape and lift the buttock. As the body ages, the buttock loses fat, which results in a flatter, saggy appearance. A buttock lift can be carried out by transferring your body fat from another area of the body, into the buttock. This is beneficial as it is removing fat from other areas of the body where it is unwanted. The fat can be removed from the stomach, hips or thighs via liposuction.
Frequently Asked Questions
What should I wear following the procedure?
Support garments are provided which must be worn for 3-4 weeks post surgery.
How soon can I return to work?
Generally it is advised to take 2-3 weeks off work after the surgery, but this can vary depending on the field of work.
How long should I wait before driving?
Driving should be avoided for 2-3 weeks post surgery.
How painful is the procedure?
Pain varies for everybody. We individually tailor your pain control to suit your needs. It is normal to have pain post surgery as a result of the surgery swelling and bruising. We recommend taking 1-2 weeks off work to recover and regular pain killers to manage your pain.
For more detailed information regarding this procedure, please click here to read the patient information brochures written by our Cosmetic Surgeons.
“I had 2 procedures completed by Mr Khan and the team at the Candover. From the first meeting to my post operation follow up, I felt in control and informed of each step. The Candover offers a friendly, professional and go that extra mile attitude. I would highly recommend The Candover.”
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