Have you always been interested in increasing the size of your buttocks – but you just don’t want to go through the hassle of surgery?
From silicone implants to the Brazilian Butt Lift (which requires minor liposuction), it seems as though there haven’t been many options that totally avoid going under the knife. Until now, that is!
Board-certified dermatologist Dr. Nissan Pilest of Total Dermatology is pleased to announce the arrival of the non-surgical Brazilian Butt Lift to his Irvine, CA practice. Instead of using your own body fat to augment the buttocks, this non-surgical solution uses Sculptra, an injectable that adds volume while stimulating the body’s own collagen production.
If you’ve heard of Sculptra before, it’s likely because it’s typically used as a filler to improve the appearance of deep smile lines and nasolabial folds between the nose and mouth. The FDA has recently approved the use of Sculptra as a non-surgical alternative to traditional butt augmentation and the Brazilian Butt Lift.
The non-surgical Brazilian Butt Lift with Sculptra can add volume to the buttocks while improving:
The procedure is very straightforward; Dr. Pilest will use Sculptra injections to carefully increase volume in key areas of the buttocks. The end results will produce a natural shape that can last for up to three years.
The best candidates for the non-surgical Brazilian Butt Lift with Sculptra are people who want to augment their buttocks and minimize cellulite without going through surgery. Some patients may notice some swelling and bruising at the injection sites. It’s recommended that you avoid sitting or laying on your buttocks for the first few days after your treatment, as this could interfere with the placement of the Sculptra filler.
When it comes to your skin and your health, it really is all about what’s best for you. Total Dermatology understands this, which is why we offer versatile treatments with experienced and highly trained aesthetic professionals led by Dr. Nissan Pilest. Your Total Dermatology transformation awaits.