The surgery for reshaping and enlarging the buttocks is called
gluteoplasty and is highly searched by Japanese, German and
Italian descendants as their physical constituion normally
presents buttocks of small volume and lacking grace. To give
the region a new contour, a silicone implant, made for this
purpose, is inserted in the patient´s body. There is
no known case of rejection and the implants are practically
imperceptible to touch, providing a natural and satisfactory
The only recommendation for this period is suspension of medications
based on acetylsalicylic acid (i.e.: aspirin), for the 10
days that precede the surgery.
The incision is discreetly placed on the intragluteal region,
The implants are inserted after undermining the tissues, There
are some technique variations regarding the implants positioning,
which normally are placed under the muscle fascia.
The patient is hospitalized for 1 to 2 days and, on the first
weeks, there is a great need of rest, lying prone or on the
sides for 15 days. The stitches are removed around the 10th
day after the surgery, and after two weeks it is possible
to return to routine, gradually. The scar is hidden on the
buttocks sulcus and should almost disappear after sometime.
During the first 60 days, the patient may feel some discomfort
when sitting down but after that period the implants are so
adapted to the organism that they are hardly felt. The patient
will never be able to get intramuscular injections on her/his
buttocks after the surgery.
"The Regional Medicine Council doesn´t allow the exhibition of pre and postoperatory images".