Pain and discomfort can last for 2 to 3 weeks in the areas of the buttocks where the liposuction was performed. Immediately after the surgery, the buttocks will be quite swollen and the areas where liposuction was performed will feel bruised. After 4 to 6 weeks approximately 80% of the bruising and swelling will have disappeared. After 3 months you can get a good impression of what the final result will be.
Within a few days after surgery, you will be able to perform your usual activities. Social activities should be reduced for one week after surgery if they involve the areas of the surgery such as thighs, hips, tummy and the breasts. Long walks, straining and athletic activities should be completely eliminated for one month.
Complications related to the procedure are rare and, when they do occur, they might be infection, hematoma, asymmetry and/or an irregular skin surface.
These complications are rare and can be easily corrected without problems. Although this is a low-complication risk procedure, antibiotics are prescribed to prevent or cure any possible infection. Possible irregularities or asymmetry can be easily treated with secondary outpatient surgery with local anesthesia or general anesthesia six months, if prefered, six months after the first lipofilling procedure.
Cost for Buttocks Augmentation