Gluteal Augmentation in New Orleans
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Singers have sung hit songs praising its virtues. It's probably the first thing you check out in the mirror in the dressing room. It's hard for you to see, and it's sometimes even easier for others to miss, regardless of what you eat and how much you work out. It's the gluteus maximus, and although it's the largest muscle in your body, it can be your weakest asset. That's the past; so, put it behind you, because thanks to gluteal augmentation in New Orleans – also known as gluteoplasty or buttock augmentation – you can have a superior posterior.
The look of your buttocks is primarily the result of two things – the structure of your bones and the amount of fat. Regardless of why you have thin or flat buttocks, plastic surgery can give you the backside that genetics, diet and exercise denied you. And, you have options as how best to achieve what you consider a more desirable silhouette – and none of the body contouring options includes padded undergarments:
During your initial consultation in our Mandeville office, you can talk with Dr. Cooper about the changes you hope to achieve with buttock implants, fat transfer or both. Dr. Cooper will work with you to determine the approaches to best accomplish your body contouring goals. Dr. Cooper likes to schedule an entire hour to meet each new patient. This allows for a friendly, unhurried atmosphere in which she can provide you with all the information you will need to make educated decisions about buttock augmentation.
Dr. Cooper will ask you about the precise changes you desire and discuss the placement of implants or fat, as well as size, location, and/or injection sites. You will also be informed of the risks and benefits. With this information, you and Dr. Cooper will be able to determine the procedural strategies that will best meet your expectations.
Two weeks prior to your gluteal augmentation, you will meet with Dr. Cooper again to discuss all pre- and post-operative instructions, and to confirm the procedural plans previously discussed.
The 2 to 3 hour plastic surgery procedure is usually performed at an outpatient facility under general anesthesia. A family member or friend will need to drive you home and provide assistance during the first 24 to 48 hours. You and your care giver will both be provided with Dr. Cooper's cell phone number for any concerns or questions. Depending upon your procedure – implants or fat injection – you should expect to return to work approximately two weeks following your treatment, resuming normal activities after about 2 to 4 weeks.
Come see why so many New Orleans area men and women trust Dr. Cooper to achieve their most beautifully balanced selves with body contouring procedures like gluteal augmentation. To request your consultation contact Dr. Cooper today.