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Buttock Augmentation Enhancement Procedure Steps

Buttock Augmentation

Buttock Augmentation Enhancement Procedure StepsWomen wanting to get buttock augmentation enhancement procedure are curious about what the procedure may involve and how it will be performed. Patients should carry out their research about the surgical steps. This can help in broadening their understanding of the surgery, set reasonable expectations, and help make an enlightened decision.

Board certified plastic surgeon Dr. Suzanne Quardt (Dr. Q) provides buttock augmentation enhancement to patients in Palm Springs, Palm Desert, Rancho Mirage, Beverly Hills, CA, and surrounding communities.

Selection of Butt Implants

There are various shapes, type, and sizes of buttock implants. The ideal one would be chosen during the consultation session. The cosmetic surgeon will examine your rear side and take specific measurements. They will also factor in your overall physical features and body outline.

Based on their observations, the surgeon would recommend an ideal implant type and size that would go well with your body and fit the buttock dimension.

Administration of Anesthesia

Buttock augmentation enhancement procedure begins with anesthesia administration. You won’t feel any discomfort or pain under general anesthesia. In fact, you won’t remember what happened during the procedure. Your health will be monitored by the anesthesiologist throughout the cosmetic surgery procedure.

Making Discreet Incisions

The plastic surgeon, after administering the anesthesia will begin the operation. They will make incisions in the butt to fit the implants. Larger incisions are required for placing large butt implants. The incision is usually made in the division between the buttocks. This way, the resulting scars are perfectly camouflaged. It is important that you ask the surgeon where the incisions would be made and how long will they be.

Implant Placement

The next step is to insert the implants after making the necessary incisions in the buttocks. Your surgeon needs to implement this step carefully so that the tissues and nerves in the body do not get severely damaged or injured. Specialized custom techniques will be used by your plastic surgeon for inserting the implants within the buttocks.

Most patients and plastic surgeons prefer having the implants placed within or under the gluteal muscles. This allows the implants to get adequate tissue coverage. It also prevents further complications. Results tend to appear more natural when the implants are placed within or under the gluteal muscles.

However, risk of nerve compression is increased when the implants are set deep under the gluteal muscles. This is why your surgeon needs to take adequate measures for ensuring the implants are not placed deep within the butt muscles.

Closing the Incisions Using Sutures

The final step of the buttock augmentation enhancement procedure is to suture and close the incisions. During this step, your cosmetic surgeon will close the incisions using layered sutures in the tissues of your buttocks. They may use tape, skin glue, and stitches to close the incisions as well. The surgical wound will then be dressed.

The plastic surgery comes to an end with the suturing of the incisions. Cosmetic surgeon Dr. Suzanne Quardt (Dr. Q) receives patients from Palm Springs, Palm Desert, Rancho Mirage, Beverly Hills, CA, and nearby areas for buttock augmentation enhancement surgery.

Schedule a Consultation with California Board Certified Plastic Surgeon, Dr. Suzanne Quardt (Dr. Q on Dr. 90210)

To learn more about the plastic surgery treatments and procedures performed by Board Certified Plastic Surgeon, Dr. Suzanne Quardt (Dr. Q) please contact us at 760-324-2660. To learn more about Dr. Q’s Medical Spa please visit

See Dr. Q on Dr. 90210

Dr. Q receives patients from Palm Springs, Palm Desert, Rancho Mirage, Beverly Hills CA, and other Southern California areas.

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