Buttock augmentation is a major plastic surgery procedure that is used to add volume, projection, and shape to the buttocks. Bigger buttocks are the signs of fertility, fertility, and physical beauty. Moreover, the recent beauty trends require women to have bigger and shapelier derriere. If your buttocks are flatter or smaller and the condition is affecting your self-esteem, you may consider undergoing buttock augmentation.
The procedure is highly invasive and involves the insertion and placement of an artificial object called buttock implant into the butts. As such, the procedure involves many risks and complications. To qualify for the surgery, the patient must be in a good physical and mental health. Your health will be assessed during the pre-operative consultation.
Important of your health for buttock augmentation
Before any invasive intervention, it is essential to get the complete health details of the patient. The doctor must be aware of your health and medications history, so any medical situation is prevented or managed appropriately.
Keep in mind that the buttock augmentation is an elective procedure, meaning there is no medical necessity for undergoing the surgery. It means you should avoid the intervention if you are suffering any serious medical issue that your plastic surgeon believes will be risky for you during or after the buttock augmentation procedure.
Many medical problems and diseases can make the buttock augmentation risky for you:
Diabetes is a common health condition whereby your body fails to produce insulin or your body does not handle the glucose produced. No matter you are suffering from type 1 or type 2 diabetes, your plastic surgeon will take it into account when assessing your candidacy for the procedure.
While a diabetes patient may qualify for the buttock augmentation surgery, she would be exposed to more risks than a normal person. If your doctor thinks the risks are manageable and you have good control over your glucose level, you may still qualify for the surgery.
During and after the butt augmentation, diabetic patients may experience bleeding. Also, the risk of poor and slow wound healing and abnormal scarring is higher in patients having diabetes.
– Heart disease
Your heart’s health is one of the most important factors in your candidacy for the buttock augmentation. To be a good candidate for the procedure, you need to have no severe heart problems. However, many patients with heart diseases may still qualify for the surgery. Keep in mind, yet, that extra precautionary measures would be taken during and after the surgery.
If you have heart disease, be sure to discuss it with the plastic surgeon. The doctor may ask for your EKG or want you to undergo a new EKG, so the condition of your heart is known. In some cases, you would be required to get an approval from your cardiologist to undergo the buttock augmentation.
Depending on the severity of your heart problem, you may or may not qualify for the surgery. If your heart problem is severe, you may experience arrhythmia or even a heart attack during the operation due to the use of general anesthesia. It is essential for patients with heart disease to consider the procedure only when there is no significant risk involved.
– Blood disorder
Before the plastic surgery procedure, the doctor would also like to know whether you have blood disorders. Problems of the blood can create complications during and after the butt augmentation surgery. Depending on the severity of the blood disorder, you may or may not qualify for the butt augmentation procedure. In many cases, patients having blood disorders do qualify for the surgery, but the risks are higher and additional precautions are required during and after the intervention.
The common blood disorders include blood clotting and excessive, uncontrollable bleeding. If you are genetically predisposed to blood clotting, your risk of blood clotting will be considerably higher after the surgery, especially during the recovery period. In this case, the surgeon may advise you to avoid the procedure or be extra watchful during the recovery.
– Weak immune system
Your immune system is your body’s natural tendency to fight off infections and health problems. Unfortunately, many patients have weak immune systems. Such people are exposed to more risks, especially the risk of infection, after the buttock augmentation surgery.
The procedure involves incisions, which opens up your body to possible bacteria and other microorganisms. If your immune system is weak, your body is vulnerable and prone to contracting infections. The microorganisms can easily enter your body and trigger health problems.
People with a weak immune system may still qualify for buttock augmentation; however, they must be cautious during the recovery period. The plastic surgeon may prescribe them antibiotics to be taken during the recovery. Also, be sure to keep the incisions clean and don’t touch the wound or let any unauthorized person touch it.
– Respiratory problems
Your lungs need to be in good health if you desire to be a good candidate for the buttock augmentation surgery. Some respiratory issues can trigger risks and complications during and after the buttock augmentation procedure. For example, a chronic obstructive pulmonary disease can affect your ability to endure the surgery.
Keep in mind that your lung’s primary function is to supply oxygen to your body and eliminate carbon dioxide. It is a primary factor that would be taken into account when assessing your health before the intervention. The plastic surgeon may ask for tests before the surgery to get insights about your lung’s health. If you have serious lung problems, the anesthesia may make the condition worse and expose you to life-threatening conditions.
Patients with severe respiratory problems are advised to avoid butt augmentation because it would expose them to many risks. Butt enhancement is a cosmetic procedure. Your health is more important than your aesthetic appearance. However, if your lung is in good health, you may undergo the butt augmentation.
If you are a smoker, the risks would be higher for you during and after buttock augmentation. Smoking obstructs blood flow in your body, increases the risk of blood coagulation, hampers wound healing, and may trigger abnormal scarring. It is for this reason that patients who desire to undergo butt augmentation are required to stop smoking at least two weeks before the surgery and remain a non-smoker during the recovery period. If you are not willing to stop smoking, you will not qualify for the procedure.
Obese patients are more are exposed to more risk during and after the butt augmentation surgery. To prevent those risks, the patient must reduce her weight. Your BMI should be 30 to avoid the risks. Also, make sure your weight is stable at the time of undergoing the surgery.
– Anesthesia allergy
Some patients are allergic to the general anesthesia used to perform the butt augmentation surgery. However, the condition is rare and even if it is present, having the anesthesia administered by a board-certified anesthesiologist can prevent the risks.
– Skin condition
Buttock augmentation involves placing artificial devices called implants into the butts. Many patients have a poor skin condition, which causes the butts to become saggy or asymmetrical after buttock augmentation. For example, if your skin elastin is weak or your butts are already saggy, the sagging will become worse after the surgery. To be a good candidate for the surgery, you should have good skin health, with enough elasticity.
The pre-operative consultation
Your candidacy for the butt augmentation surgery will be assessed during the pre-operative consultation. The doctor will examine butts, take measurements, and evaluate your health. You must be sure to share your complete health history with the doctor and let him know if you are taking any medications. The surgeon needs all your health information to determine your candidacy for the surgery and be sure the risks are reduced or prevented.
The surgeon will ask you to get some medical tests. What types of tests are required depends on your health condition and any health problems you are having. The tests will reveal your actual health standing, letting the surgeon make a final decision about your candidacy for buttock augmentation. The patient must be sure to have the tests done and the reports submitted to the plastic surgeon before the surgery.
Buttock augmentation is a major operation that involves incisions and surgical trauma. The procedure is performed under general anesthesia. To be a good candidate for the surgery, the patient needs to be in good physical and mental health. The doctor will assess your health during the pre-operative consultation.
Many health problems can either disqualify you from the surgery or increase the risks for you. Also, many patients can still safely undergo the procedure despite having medical issues. It all depends on the severity of the health issues. The common health problems that may increase the risks for you have been explained in this article.
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