The famous Kardashian sisters all have what we all want— perfectly rounded butts that the whole world is envious of. However, if you’re like the rest of the world, you may not be blessed with those kinds of assets. If you are either noticing the shape of your buttox changing due to age or weight loss, or you simply just don’t have the buttox you have always desired, don’t worry, there’s a cure for that. DREEAM Buttock Lift DREEAM buttock lift surgery is a plastic surgery designed to shape, lift, and sculp your buttox in order to give you the perfectly shaped behind that you’ve always desired. By using a combination of liposuction surgery and by removing some of your back fat and redistributing it into your buttox, the plastic surgeon will be able to reshape your behind and give it the symmetrical and plump look that you’ve always desired. Can anyone get this surgery? Unfortunately, the answer to this question is “no.” A DREEAM Buttock Lift is suited for individuals who already have a plump backside but that maybe also have other plump areas that aren’t helping to accentuate their buttox. What is recovery time like? Just like with any invasive form of plastic surgery— especially if liposuction is involved— a buttock lift will require an average of 3-6 weeks of recovery time. During these 3-6 weeks of recovery, you will be required to wear a compression undergarment to hold in your buttox as it properly heals. Also, you should expect to be fairly sore for the first few days following the procedure and will require a good amount of rest while your body recuperates. Getting a dream buttox doesn’t have to involve hours and hours of doing endless squats at the gym. Although these sorts of butt tightening exercises help to lift and tighten your buttox muscles, sometimes they just don’t do the trick. However, with a DREEAM Buttock Lift, you can get the perkier and fuller butt that you’ve always wanted, without additional gym time. To learn more about this surgery or to schedule an appointment, contact our office today.
Surgery is always a big deal, and if great results are your goal, you should not rush the process. You need to