Is there a non-surgical butt lift procedure

Do you wish your butt was fuller and shapelier? If yes, but you’re not interested in a traditional butt lift with implants, or don’t have enough fat for a Brazilian butt lift, a non-surgical butt lift may be the ideal procedure for you (learn more).

Is there a non-surgical butt lift procedure

Yes, there is a non-surgical butt lift procedure, and it’s known as the Sculptra butt lift. The Sculptra butt lift is a non-invasive procedure that uses Sculptra Aesthetic, which is a dermal filler, to augment the buttocks.

What is a Sculptra butt lift?

The Sculptra butt lift is a revolutionary procedure that can enhance the shape and volume of the buttocks, without surgery. Sculptra Aesthetic is regularly used to treat facial wrinkles and folds, because it stimulates the production of collagen, which makes the skin plumper. Poly-L-lactic acid is the active ingredient in Sculptra. It is a safe, synthetic compound that is broken down by the body over time (click here to learn more).

What’s involved in a Sculptra butt lift?

A numbing agent is first applied to the buttocks to minimize any discomfort. Sculptra is then injected into the targeted areas of the buttocks, in order to achieve the desired volume and shape. Sculptra thickens the skin, and stimulates the production of collagen. The additional collagen gives the butt a plumper appearance.

How long does a Sculptra butt lift last?

The results of a Sculptra butt lift can last up to 2 years.

Sculptra provides subtle butt augmentation results, and is especially beneficial for slimmer patients that don’t have enough fat to undergo a Brazilian butt lift.

Would you like to learn more about the Sculptra butt lift? Search our directory to find a practice in your area.

If you are in the Ladera metro area, South Coast Plastic Surgery, Ladera Ranch, CA is our featured practice.

You can reach them at www.laderaplasticsurgery.com, or by calling 949-701-4454.

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