With the rise in popularity of big butts comes the wave of patients consulting with their local plastic surgeons about the best way to reshape the buttocks. While there are invasive options such as butt implants and Brazilian butt lift, some patients are seeking non-surgical procedures with minimal risks and downtime – like Sculptra Butt Lift.
So what makes a patient qualified for a Sculptra butt lift? People who have good overall health and reasonable butt lift expectations are ideal for this treatment. They should also be committed enough to attend multiple sessions and maintain a stable weight for longer-lasting results.
What’s great about this butt enhancement procedure is that it is far less dangerous than other treatments like butt implants and Brazilian butt lift. With Sculptra butt lift, patients don’t need to worry about the risk of fat embolism and implant displacement.
Unlike BBL that requires a patient to have enough excess fat in hips, thighs, or abdomen, Sculptra butt lift is ideal for patients with different body types, as long as they have good overall health. Additionally, patients for Sculptra butt lift should also:
Although it is a type of dermal filler, Sculptra works a bit differently than others – instead of hyaluronic acid, it uses poly-L-lactic acid. When injected, this substance boosts the body’s collagen production, which effectively reshapes the buttocks.
As people age, the body naturally loses its collagen, causing some parts of the body to lose volume and sag. By boosting the body’s collagen production, poly-L-lactic acid injectables restructure the buttocks, restoring its curved shape so that it looks natural.
Since Sculptra butt lift works as a non-surgical and minimally invasive procedure, more patients are better suited for this treatment. They should just be patient enough to wait for the Sculptra to take effect in a couple of weeks, as in a regular dermal filler procedure.
For patients who want to achieve subtly plump buttocks without the risks that come with surgical procedures, Sculptra butt lift is an alternative that should be considered. But before heading to the nearest plastic surgeon for a treatment session, here are a few things to keep in mind first:
Since it is considered a cosmetic procedure, most insurance plans won’t cover Sculptra butt lift treatments. To enjoy a safe and subtle butt lift, patients should prepare $4000 - $7000 out of their own pocket. Sculptra butt lift rates are affected by two main factors: the provider’s level of experience and the amount of Sculptra injectables needed.
The more experienced a provider is when it comes to administering Sculptra butt lift, the higher the provider’s fee will be. But that doesn’t mean patients should take their chances and find a quack who will charge for less – it’s still better to find a trained and licensed provider who can ensure their safety.
Another factor to consider is how much volume patients want to be added to their buttocks. Like most dermal fillers, Sculptra butt lift is charged per vial. More dramatic lifts will require more of the Sculptra injectables.
To ensure that the procedure will be successful, the doctor may ask patients to follow some precautions before the session. They may ask patients to:
It’s also crucial to let them know of the patient’s full health history and current health status, including medications they are taking.
After the procedure, patients may observe an initial volume increase due to the sterile water that suspends the injected Sculptra particles. This will eventually be absorbed by the body after 48 hours.
Results will gradually start appearing in the following months after the treatment. Once the final results show up, they can last up to 2-3 years. If patients are not satisfied, they can always contact the provider for additional sessions. For long-lasting results, patients are advised to maintain a stable and healthy weight.
Unlike other surgical procedures, Sculptra butt lift does not have severe side effects or complications. However, there are still minor side effects to be aware of such as:
In some cases, patients can also develop nodules under their skin after the procedure. Around 7-9% of Sculptra butt lift patients reported experiencing nodules. Once you experience extreme discomfort after the treatment, contact a physician immediately.
Ditch the risks that come with Brazilian butt lift now by trying out the Sculptra butt lift right here at Ethos Spa.
With our experienced surgeons and state-of-the-art facilities, we can help you achieve natural-looking results with minimal risks and downtime. Our expert staff is also dedicated to maximizing patient comfort as you undergo the treatment.
Find out if you’re an ideal candidate for Sculptra butt lift now. Book your first consultation with us by visiting our website.