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Is a non-surgical butt lift possible?

In recent years there has been an increased demand for non-surgical cosmetic treatments, so its not surprising that many people are now seeking a non-invasive solution for butt enhancement.  But is a non-surgical butt lift possible.

Is a non-surgical butt lift possible?

It is possible to get a non-surgical butt lift using Sculptra Aesthetic.  The procedure is often referred to as the Sculptra butt-lift. 

Sculptra Aesthetic is a cosmetic injectable that is traditionally used for facial rejuvenation.  Sculptra is composed of poly-L-lactic acid (PLLA), and is considered ideal for butt augmentation because it provides subtle, natural-looking results.

How the Sculptra butt lift works

When Sculptra is injected into the buttocks it stimulates the production of the body’s own collagen.  The fresh collagen adds volume to the skin and makes it thicker, so the butt appears fuller and shapelier.   The injected Sculptra is eventually metabolized and fully absorbed by the body.

It typically takes a series of 2-3 Sculptra treatments spaced 4-6 weeks apart, to achieve the desired butt enhancement (learn more).

Is there any downtime

There is no downtime after a Sculptra butt lift, but patients may experience slight soreness and bruising, which usually resolves within a few days.  However, this does not prevent them from resuming normal activities after the procedure.

How long do the results last?

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

Who is a good candidate?

A non-surgical butt lift is the ideal option for patients looking for a modest increase in volume in the buttock area.

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

If you are in the greater Duluth, MN area Twin Ports Dermatology, is our featured practice.

You can reach them at www.twinportsderm.com, or by calling (218) 216-7758.

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