Butt Lift – Body Contouring – Pennsylvania

Butt Lift – Body Contouring – Pennsylvania

Published on October 10, 2014 

The aging process is sometimes unkind to the body. Over time, the skin tends to lose elasticity, which in turn causes sagging and wrinkling. Around the buttocks, this can be an especially undesirable development. A butt lift can be a way for you to rejuvenate your appearance and contour your body for a more youthful look.

A butt lift is often part of an overall body-contouring procedure. There are two main methods through which a butt lift can be achieved. One is with a fat transfer from one area of the body to the buttocks. This method is called a Brazilian butt lift. This technique is growing in popularity because it includes liposuction as well as body contouring. The other technique removes sagging skin from the area.

Discuss your goals with experienced professional Dr. Scott Brenman to learn more about the butt lift.

Contact us at our office in Pennsylvania to schedule a consultation.

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