Buttocks reduction procedure is a plastic surgery procedure designed to reduce the size or shape for the buttock. Buttock reduction or butt reduction procedure is also used to shape and sculpt the buttocks. At Georgia Plastic, we are known as experts in buttock sculpting either for enhancement or reduction.
Who is a candidate for buttock reduction procedure
During your visit, your cosmetic concerns and goals will be discussed with our plastic surgeon. Your healthy history will also be evaluated, and you will be given a preliminary examination. Those who have diabetes, poor circulation, poor circulation or heart, liver or lung disease may require further consideration before surgery is approved. Individuals who smoke, have a family history of blood clots or take contraindicating medications are at high risk for complications and may want to consider other treatment options.
Generally, you are a candidate if your buttock is not in proportion with your body either by genetics, weight gain or excessive buttock enhancement by fat or implant placement.
How is buttock reduction performed
Buttock reduction or butt reduction procedure is performed by liposuction. Our Plastic surgeons are trained and experienced in different liposuction technique including tumescent liposuction, power assisted liposuction, laser or ultrasound assisted liposuction. The specific type is required to obtain the best results is determined by our Plastic surgeon during your consultation.
During the procedure, our plastic surgeons will remove the excess fat or buttock implant to achieve your goals. The procedure can be performed under local anesthesia, IV sedation, or general anesthesia. For more about liposuction procedure, please visit our liposuction page.
How much does buttock reduction cost?
The average cost of buttock reduction varies, but the range is from $3500 to $8000 depending on the needs for additional procedure such as skin tightening for prevention of sagging skin. We customize buttock reduction for everyone. A consultation is required to get your own specific quote.
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