Overall, the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery rates a 95.6 percent satisfaction rate with this type of surgery.
Despite the high success rate, hip replacement surgery sometimes has risks.
Some of the most common side effects of hip replacement are:
Heavy bleeding after surgery
Change in skin color
Accumulation of fluid or blood under the buttocks
Nausea and vomiting caused by anesthesia
Silicone implants may also become dislodged or dislodged. This can have an uneven appearance in the hips and requires re-surgery to fix it.
Fat grafting can also lead to asymmetry due to the lack of fat absorption in the body. Such complications may resolve, but any subsequent surgery is costly and disruptive.
If you are very thin and want dramatic buttock augmentation, you may need implants to achieve your desired size.
Due to post-operative swelling, it may take three to six months for the full effect of this surgery to be seen. These are the pros and cons to consider when considering butt augmentation.
If you want to focus on your unique feature, please consult your cosmetic plastic surgeon.