Buttock lipofilling Tunisia: what is buttock lipofilling in Tunisia?
Buttock lipofilling is a procedure in which fat is injected into the buttocks in order to increase their volume. It is a natural technique as it involves reinjecting one’s own fat, taken from one of the fleshy areas of the body. This also allows you to get rid of excess fat in these areas, since lipofilling is always accompanied by liposuction of the donor areas.
Also called lipomodelling or buttock lipostructure, buttock lipofilling is a cosmetic surgery procedure that allows for a rather moderate augmentation of the buttocks.
The injection of buttock fat is one of the most popular body contouring surgeries in Tunisia. It is especially coveted by women (and sometimes even by men) who wish to have their buttocks enlarged without the need for implants.
Buttock lipofilling : Prices in Tunisia
To do a buttock lipofilling, the price in Tunisia is attractive and is much cheaper than in Europe. The price of this cosmetic surgery of injection of fat into the buttocks includes all the costs of the stay (transfers, the stay at the clinic and hotel, the operating theatre and the surgeon’s fees).
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Buttock fat injection Tunisia: what you need to know before getting started
The first step is the pre-operative check-up. The surgeon will ask you questions about your general state of health. He also makes a morphological examination of the buttocks, and then he identifies the donor areas to determine whether or not the operation is possible. He will then discuss with you the risks, recovery time and cost of the operation.
The process of buttock lipofilling in Tunisia
Buttock lipofilling is a procedure that can be performed under general or local anaesthesia. It lasts between 1 hour and 1h30 and requires hospitalisation for 1 to 2 days.
The operation is done in 2 stages:
– Fat liposuction. The surgeon begins by making tiny incisions on the donor areas, then he proceeds to liposuction using very fine cannulas with rounded tips.
– The reinjection of fat. The extracted fat is filtered and purified by centrifugation, before being injected directly into the gluteus maximus muscle.
At the end of the operation, a compression bandage is applied to facilitate healing.
After-effects of buttock lipofilling operations in Tunisia
Swelling and bruising usually occur and disappear after a few days. Tension is felt both in the areas that are aspirated and those that are injected during the first few weeks. Anticoagulants can be prescribed for the first 2 weeks.
The pressure bandage is only removed after 24 hours. It is then replaced by a compression garment (panty) which must be worn at all times (except in the shower) until complete healing.
Physical activities should be avoided during the first few days, especially if they pose a risk to the proper healing of the buttocks.
It is advisable to avoid exposing the operated areas (buttocks and donor areas) to the sun during the first month. It is also recommended to clean them thoroughly with sterilising products (prescribed by the surgeon).
It is generally difficult to walk during the first few days.
Sitting should be avoided during the first week.
It is recommended to sleep on your stomach for the first 3 weeks.
As far as anaesthesia is concerned, during the consultation, the anaesthetist will himself inform the patient of the anaesthetic risks.
It is important to be aware that surgical techniques, anaesthetic products and monitoring methods have made huge progress over the last thirty years, offering optimal safety, especially when the operation is carried out outside the emergency room and in a healthy person.
As far as the surgical procedure is concerned: by choosing a qualified and competent Plastic Surgeon, trained for this type of intervention, you limit these risks as much as possible, without however completely eliminating them.
Fortunately, real complications are rare following an increase in the volume of the buttocks carried out correctly. In practice, the vast majority of operations are carried out without any problems and patients are fully satisfied with the results. However, despite their rarity, you should be informed of possible complications:
Haematoma: If it is important, a repeat operation in the operating theatre is preferable in order to evacuate the blood and stop the bleeding at its origin;
Serous effusion: It disappears spontaneously and progressively.
Infection: It is rare after this type of surgery.
Abnormalities of scarring
Altered sensitivity: This is common in the first few months, but usually regresses over time.
*Disclaimer: Results may vary from one person to another depending on the morphology of the patients.