Buttocks Augmentation with Fat Transplantation Procedure
- The main risk of butt augmentation with fat grafting is partial absorption of the fat placed in your buttocks can occur. There is no way of predicting whether or not this will occur prior to your surgery. If this occurs, a second grafting will be necessary.
- Additionally, minor touch-up may be necessary to correct minor irregularities or asymmetry.
- Other possible complications for both procedures include bleeding, fluid collection (called seroma), infection, asymmetry, and scarring.
When you look in the mirror, are you unhappy with the shape and size of your buttocks? Do you feel that they are too small or out of proportion with the rest of your body? If you fall into one of these categories, a buttock enlargement or buttock augmentation (also called butt implant) may be for you.