People who undergo bariatric surgery often lose a massive amount of weight, and require body contouring surgery to eliminate sagging skin and excess fat. Areas such as the buttocks can also look deflated due to volume loss, so surgeons often get asked – is it possible to have a butt lift after bariatric weight loss.
Bariatric surgery often leads to significant weight loss in the mid-section, and this is usually accompanied by loss of volume in the buttocks. A butt lift is often recommended after bariatric surgery, to restore fullness and contours to the buttocks, and give it a well-needed lift. A butt lift may be done in conjunction with other body contouring procedures, such as a total body lift.
Butt lift surgery can be done using silicone implant or autologous fat transfer (Brazilian butt lift). The Brazilian butt lift uses fat harvested from other parts of the body to shape and contour the buttocks.
Are you a good candidate?
If you have successfully maintained your weight for up to 12 months after bariatric surgery, you may be a good candidate for a butt lift.
Clients in Washington DC can contact Beaux Arts Institute of Plastic Surgery, Lanham, Maryland,regarding butt lift surgery. Surgery is performed by board certified plastic surgeon Dr. Nia Banks. During your consultation Dr. Banks will provide you with relevant information about surgery, to ensure that you get the best results possible.
If you are happy with your weight loss after bariatric surgery, but not so thrilled about how your butt looks, you may want to consider a butt lift. Call301-880-7022 today, to schedule your consultation at Beaux Arts Institute.