Now, we are noting an increase in the use of Sculptra, a poly-L-lactic acid that plumps by stimulating your body's own collagen production — as an alternative to surgical butt-lifts. For the non-surgical butt-lift, the filler Sculptra is the one that's best suited to this purpose because you can get a fairly significant augmentation without actually using that much product. Sculptra promotes your own collagen to grow around the product. Sculptra triggers an inflammatory response that creates a combination of scar tissue and collagen.
To create a butt lifting effect, there are three options, two of them are surgical and one non-surgical( dermal fillers). The first is fat grafting (the classic 'Brazilian Butt-Lift') where you take fat from other places using a liposuction and put it in the butt. The other surgical option is butt implants where you take actual implants and place it under the muscle. The two surgical options have a long downtime and recovery could be painful.
As opposed to enhancements that are more noticeable, the non-surgical butt-lifting will change the contour and shape achieving a totally-lifted look. The non-surgical butt-lift is a great option for patients who aren't interested in the liposuction that a Brazilan Butt-Lift requires. "A patient who does not have much fat may still have an opportunity for hips and buttocks enhancement without resorting to a buttocks implant Lastly, unlike a surgical procedure, this doesn't really have any downtime at all. With a non-surgical butt-lift, you can resume (almost) all of your normal activities same day.
Natural looking, No downtime, ideal for patients who have no fat and working out is not giving the results they are looking for.
On average 4-8 vials are needed depending on each patient.
At MD Ageless Solutions we use combination of Sculptra, PDO threading, Platelet rich fibrin injections and stem cells for more optimal long lasting results.
Topical and injected lidocaine is applied to the area to be injected. Once the skin is numbed Sculptra is injected to the upper buttock with very small needles or cannulas Depending on the desired level of augmentation, most patients require about two to three treatments, six weeks apart. Although results can be noticed as early as six weeks after the treatments, the optimal outcome is achieved up to six months after the procedure is done.