Buttock Enhancement with Lipo Body Sculpting

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The stem cells in your fat can be harvested to contour and augment your buttocks. Bun us to the process of harvesting these stem cells, a liposculpting technique is used to sculpt and contour other parts of your body. The stem cells are the injected along with your fat which was removed from the undesired area on your body, to the desired areas on your body.


Fat distribution on the lower back, hips, outer thighs, the flanks (love handles), and the fold immediately below the buttocks (banana folds) all contribute to the buttocks looking undesirably wide and long. By removing the excess fat from these areas, the buttocks will appear shapelier and rounder. The fat that is removed for the repositioning injections must be "harvested" in a special manner to keep the fat alive and intact. After enough fat is harvested, then liposculpturing can be completed with advanced liposuction techniques.

Stem Cell

The excess fat that is harvested from the other parts of the body can be used to shape and augment any part of the body including the buttocks. The fat is enriched with your own stem cells using Dr. Parag's technology and injected in a precise and systematic fashion in to the buttocks to increase their volume and enhance its appearance. The repositioning of the fat into the buttocks is scar free and with minimal pain or recovery time. The degree of change from the fat injections into the buttocks is dependent on the volume of fat being injected relative to the area. The buttocks are relatively large, and require that a relatively sizeable amount of fat be harvested and transferred for optimal results. The volume of fat removed from the stored areas will contour and sculpt these areas, while the fat transferred to the buttocks will fill, lift and accentuate the buttocks. Even dimples and cellulite on the buttocks will be dramatically improved with this procedure, as the skin and tissues will become tighter and smoother.

The Stem Cell Lift Procedure & Recovery

The procedure can be done under local anesthesia, or if you choose under general anesthesia. You will have some soreness and swelling in the area for a few days which usually does not require pain medication. There is not much down time with the procedure, as most patients are able to return to work in two to four days and resume their regular exercise routine in about two weeks.