Beauty trends tend to mirror pop culture, and the desire for a fuller, rounder buttocks is no exception. Celebrities such as Beyoncé, Kim Kardashian and Nicki Minaj have helped improve the popularity of a voluptuous rear end in recent years, and for good reason. A shapely butt can help you achieve a more balanced figure and look great in clothing.
If you’d like to improve the appearance of your derriere, then you may want to consider buttock augmentation. At Urban Skin Solutions, we offer nonsurgical buttock augmentation treatments using Sculptra® Aesthetic. This procedure allows you to achieve your desired look without the need for extensive surgery and a long recovery period.
You can receive individualized treatment recommendations by speaking with Dr. Rachel Roff in person. Please call 704-971-9191 today to schedule a consultation. We serve patients in the Charlotte, North Carolina area.
What is the Scupltra Butt Lift?
Sculptra is a dermal filler used to stimulate collagen production to restore lost volume. While this treatment has traditionally been used for facial rejuvenation, it has recently become a popular alternative to surgical buttock augmentation options such as the Brazilian butt lift or buttock implants.
The Sculptra butt lift is performed to add volume and definition to your rear end. This can help you achieve a rounder appearance. Since the procedure doesn’t involve the placement of implants or a fat transfer procedure, there is no surgery necessary.
Benefits of a Sculptra Butt Lift
You will experience many benefits when you choose the Sculptra butt lift instead of surgical options. These include:
- Minimally invasive, nonsurgical procedure
- No anesthesia required
- No downtime after your procedure
- Shorter treatment time
- Eliminates many of the risks associated with surgical procedures
In addition, you can expect to achieve beautiful, natural looking results that provide a subtle lift and added volume to your buttocks. This treatment can also be used to improve the appearance of cellulite.
Am I a Sculptra Butt Lift Candidate?
In general, good candidates for the Sculptra butt lift:
- Are in good health
- Have realistic expectations for the outcome of their procedure
- Would like to add volume to the buttocks for a fuller, rounder appearance
- Are able to consistently maintain a healthy weight
- Understand that several treatment sessions may be required
- Have the patience to wait for final results to gradually occur over time
This procedure is an excellent solution for individuals who prefer to avoid surgery and would rather undergo a minimally invasive procedure. In addition, it is an ideal option for thin people who lack the excess body fat in a donor region that is necessary to undergo the fat transfer procedure used in a Brazilian butt lift.
Your Sculptra Butt Lift Procedure
Sculptra works subtly and gradually to add desired volume. As a result, up to four injections in three-week intervals is generally recommended. The location (buttocks or hips) and amount of injections are determined by the results (size and shape) you are looking to achieve.
During the procedure, Sculptra is injected into the desired area using small needles. Lidocaine is added to the treatment formula in order to improve your comfort. You will be standing for a portion of the injections and lying on your stomach for the rest of the treatment. Once all of the Sculptra has been injected into the treatment area, we will massage the region for several minutes. Treatment sessions will last about one hour.
There is little to no downtime with this procedure. You may experience some bruising which will gradually subside over 7-10 days.
Results are subtle, and we do not recommend this treatment to individuals who want a dramatic volume increase to the area immediately. Results are best seen six months after the procedure, and they can last 18 months to two years after injections.
Contact our Charlotte Medspa
Please contact Urban Skin Solutions using the form on this page or call 704-971-9191 today to schedule a consultation. We serve patients in the Charlotte, North Carolina area.