Woodglen Aesthetics offers butt tuck procedure as another option for butt droop correction, which targets the lower part of the gluteal region. This procedure recreates the fold on the bottom part of the butt, known as the infragluteal fold, creating a more defined separation between the butt and the thigh. Butt tuck surgery help people attain rounder, smoother and natural-looking buttocks.
The main goal of a butt tuck procedure is to repair lost or obstructed infragluteal crease. During this procedure, excess skin and fat is removed from the lower part of the buttocks. An elliptical excision of loose tissue is then made in order to help reestablish a more distinct infragluteal line. A fat transfer can be used to increase gluteal volume and projection if necessary. Butt tuck surgeries at Woodglen Aesthetics are typically administered under general anesthesia.
The recovery period after a butt tuck surgery normally involves one or two nights of hospital stay. Most patients are able to return to their regular daily routine after about 1-2 weeks of recuperation. However, a full recovery phase may take up to six weeks. Because each procedure at Woodglen Aesthetics is carefully planned, most patients’ butt tuck scars settle well and are barely detectable.
- Butt tuck results can last for many years
- Improves the overall appearance of the lower gluteal region
- Restores buttock firmness
- It can correct lower gluteal shape irregularities
Risks and Complications
As with any type of surgical procedures, butt tuck has associated risks and complications and must be discussed with your plastic surgeon during consultation. Some of the most common risks associated with butt tuck may include:
- Excessive bleeding
- Bruising and swelling
- Blood clots
- Fluid collections
- Contour irregularities
For more information about butt tuck surgery or about other surgical and non-surgical treatments, contact Woodglen Aesthetics at (626) 852-0599 to schedule an appointment.