Curves are now very much en vogue, and the buttocks are one of the most popular While some people are able to achieve a curvy derriere through targeted exercise, it’s not possible for everyone. Those who have lost a significant amount of weight may also find their buttocks appear deflated and flat afterward. Buttock augmentation surgery can help to address these issues. Why consider buttock augmentation? Not everyone has a shapely bottom, and while some people are perfectly happy with this, others wish to augment their appearance with exercise but find their efforts go unrewarded. Buttock augmentation is a surgical procedure to safely enhance the shape of the buttocks, producing natural-looking and aesthetically pleasing results. At Sculpted Clinic we offer augmentation both with implants and by fat transfer. What is a buttock lift? All of us are genetically predisposed to store fat in different parts of our bodies. The abdomen, love handles, buttocks and inner thighs are all common spots that patients find quite difficult to lose fat even when the rest of their body is thin or lean. A buttock lift removes excess skin and fat from the area to improve your shape and profile. Not to be confused with a Brazilian Butt Lift, which adds volume using fat transfer, this procedure only removes skin and fat through surgical excision and liposuction. Buttock Augmentation Gold Coast When you attend your buttock augmentation consultation with Dr Raja Sawhney at Sculpted Clinic, he will take the time to fully understand your goals for this procedure, and then work with you to plan out your surgery, ensuring you fully understand it and feel comfortable. You will discuss the pros and cons of both implants and fat transfer, and consider carefully which could provide the best benefits for you. A Board Certified Specialist Plastic, Reconstructive and Cosmetic Surgeon, Dr Sawhney has the skills and expertise to ensure your procedure runs smoothly and gives you the right results. To request your consultation, please do not hesitate to contact us. Don’t forget to share this via Twitter, Google+, Pinterest and LinkedIn.