Reasons for Butt Augmentation Reversal

Here are some of the most common reasons people choose to reverse their butt augmentation:

Health Risks

There are several health risks associated with butt augmentation procedures. One of the most significant risks is the possibility of infection. Infection can occur at the incision site or implant, leading to severe complications. Other potential risks include nerve damage, bleeding, and scarring.

Cosmetic Issues

While butt augmentation can enhance the appearance of the buttocks, it can also create cosmetic issues that some people find undesirable. For example, the implants may shift or become misaligned, causing an uneven or lumpy appearance. Additionally, the implants may be too large or too small, leading to an unbalanced or disproportionate look.

Personal Choice

Ultimately, the decision to reverse a butt augmentation procedure is personal. Some people may feel that the results no longer fit their aesthetic goals or lifestyle, while others may experience discomfort or pain due to the implants. 

Butt Augmentation Reversal Procedures

Surgical procedures are typically recommended for patients who have had significant butt augmentation and want to reverse the procedure altogether. While implant removal is the most common procedure for reversal, the following are some other surgical procedures:

  • A butt lift involves removing excess skin and fat from the buttocks. The surgeon will make incisions in the buttocks and remove the excess tissue. The remaining tissue will then be lifted and tightened, giving the buttocks a more natural appearance.
  • Liposuction involves removing excess fat from the buttocks and is often paired with a butt lift. The surgeon will make small incisions in the buttocks and use a suction device to remove the fat.

Non-surgical procedures are less invasive and require little to no recovery time, typically recommended for patients with minimal butt augmentation. The following are some of the most common non-surgical procedures for butt augmentation reversal:

  • Butt massage breaks up scar tissue and improves circulation. It can help to reduce the appearance of butt implants and give the buttocks a more natural appearance.
  • Butt filler removal involves injecting a solution into the butt filler to dissolve it. The solution breaks down the filler, allowing the body to absorb it over time.
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Recovery and Aftercare

After your butt augmentation reversal surgery, taking good care of yourself is essential to ensure a smooth and speedy recovery. Here are some things to remember:

  • You may experience some pain, swelling, and bruising, which is normal and can be managed with pain medication
  • It is essential to rest and avoid any strenuous activity for the first few days after surgery
  • You should avoid sitting or lying on your back and instead lie on your stomach or side
  • You may need to use a special cushion to prevent putting pressure on the surgical area
  • You may experience some drainage from the incision site, which is normal-make sure to keep the area clean and dry to prevent infection
  • We may recommend using compression garments or bandages to help reduce swelling
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Why Choose Sanctuary Plastic Surgery for Butt Augmentation Reversal?

If you are experiencing discomfort, complications, or simply unhappy with the results of your butt augmentation, reversal may be an option. With proper care and follow-up, most patients are satisfied with the outcome of their butt augmentation reversal.

Contact us if you are concerned about health risks or cosmetic issues or feel the procedure no longer fits your lifestyle. Dr. DiBernardo and Dr. Cook have established reputations as trusted and experienced surgeons. Paired with the expertise of our team and our advanced technology, we can help restore your confidence and achieve your desired results.

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