Flaccid Buttocks
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Flaccid Buttocks

A firm and lifted buttocks are something that many of us strive for. Unfortunately, not all of us are blessed with a naturally perky backside. And as we age, our once firm and youthful buttocks can begin to sag and lose their shape. This condition is known as flaccid buttocks, and it can be a real source of frustration and insecurity for many people.

The good news is that there are things you can do to improve the appearance of your buttocks and make them look firmer and more lifted. In this article, we will discuss the causes and treatment options for loose and flaccid buttocks.

Symptoms of flaccid buttocks

There are a few key symptoms that are associated with flaccid buttocks.

  • You may notice that your buttocks have lost their firmness and are now sagging.
  • Loss of volume in your buttocks may also be evident, as they may appear smaller and less shapely than before.
  • Your once perky and round buttocks may now look flat and deflated.

Causes of flaccid buttocks

There are a few different factors that can contribute to the development of flaccid buttocks. 

Aging is one of the main causes of this condition, as the skin and muscles of the buttocks begin to lose their elasticity over time. This can lead to a loss of firmness and a decrease in volume.

Some of the other causes of loose and flaccid buttocks include but are not limited to

  • Weak collagen structure
  • Consuming unhealthy food
  • Dehydration
  • Fluid retention
  • Less physical activity
  • Being overweight
  • Tight clothing
  • Sitting for long-duration
  • Hormonal changes

What are the treatment options for flaccid buttocks?

There are a few treatment options available to patients who are unhappy with the appearance of their flaccid buttocks and they are as follows:

Fat grafting: Fat grafting is a surgical procedure that can be used to add volume to the buttocks, which can help to improve the appearance of a sagging or drooping butt. The fat grafting is usually done using the patient's own fat, which is taken from another part of the body through liposuction. This fat, is then, purified and injected into the buttocks to give it volume and a fuller look.

The procedure usually takes about two hours to complete, and the results are typically long-lasting. There is also minimal downtime associated with fat grafting, as patients can typically return to their normal activities within a few days.

Fillers: Fillers are a type of cosmetic injectable that can help to plump up and fill in areas of the face that have lost volume. This can help to create a more youthful appearance and can also be used to improve the look of other areas of the body, such as the buttocks.

It can be performed at the physician's office with minimal discomfort and downtime. The results are usually temporary, lasting anywhere from six months to a year, although some patients may see longer-lasting results. Your physician may suggest repeat treatments to maintain your results. The side effects of fillers are typically mild and temporary, such as bruising, swelling, and redness at the injection site.

Butt implants: Butt implants are a type of cosmetic surgery that involves inserting artificial implants into the buttocks to give them a fuller, more rounded appearance. The implants are usually made of silicone, and the surgery is performed under general anaesthesia. Silicone implants are available in a variety of sizes, and the surgeon will select the size that best suits your body type and desired look.

The results of butt implants are usually permanent, although the implants may need to be replaced or removed at some point in the future if they leak or rupture. The patient can get back to regular activities within a few weeks, but it may take several months for the incisions to heal completely.

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