Buttock Contouring – Butt Lifts – Pennsylvania

Buttock Contouring – Butt Lifts – Pennsylvania

Published on November 1, 2013 

Buttock Contouring, or a butt lift in layman’s terms, is a great option for those who have tried dieting and exercise yet struggle to achieve the ideal look for their backside. Buttock contouring is a cosmetic surgery that can lift, enlarge and reshape your buttocks.

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Consult with an experienced, board-certified plastic surgeon like Dr. Scott Brenman to ensure the best results. After your consultation, you will likely be asked to get a medical evaluation and make adjustments to any medications you are taking. You must avoid taking aspirin or anti-inflammatory drugs because they will increase bleeding and pose additional risks to your procedure. If you smoke, you will have to stop well in advance of the procedure, as smoking also adds risks to invasive surgery.

If you would like to know more about how to best prepare yourself for a successful buttock contouring procedure, please contact Dr. Brenman at our office in Pennsylvania.

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