Dr. Nikolas Chugay (Long Beach, California 562-595-8507), is a board-certified cosmetic surgeon with over 20 years of experience, Dr. Chugay and his staff are well respected in the art of muscle contouring, and have over a decade of surgical experience in sculpting and placing the silicone implants. Dr. Chugay is proud of the fact that he's performed thousands implant procedures with an almost perfect record over his decade-long tenure. Find out more about Dr. Chugay>>
Dr. Julian Gordon (Atlanta, Georgia 770-457-4677), is a board-certified plastic surgeon with almost a decade of experience in cosmetic surgery. He was certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery in 2005. Dr. Gordon specializes in aesthetic surgery and breast surgery. Find our more about Dr. Gordon>>
Dr. Sam Gershenbaum, (Miami, Florida 305-933-1838), has years of experience in butt implant surgery, and impeccable credentials. Dr. Gershenbaum is a board certified plastic surgeon with an impeccable reputation and a client base from around the world. A renowned specialist and highly sought after aesthetic surgeon, he also has specialized training in reconstructive surgery to correct birth defects, traumatic injuries, and deformities from cancer. Dr. Gershenbaum is founder of the Aventura Center for Cosmetic Surgery. He is an avid workout enthusiast himself, with a keen eye for muscle development and body aesthetics, along with years of experience in reconstructive surgery, Dr. Gershenbaum is an excellent choice for body sculpting and body implant surgery. Find out more about Dr. Gershenbaum >>
Gluteal Implants, commonly referred to by consumers as buttock or butt implants, are primarily used for augmentation surgery (enlargement of the buttock region) and occasionally for reconstruction or treatment of asymmetry. Buttock implants are usually placed beneath the fascia—or what is termed subfascially—beneath the fibrous lining that encases the buttock muscles. The fascia is commonly looked upon as an encasement for the muscle structure, offering lubrication and protection for the muscle fibers as they expand and contract. The implants may also be placed in the intra-muscular plane (within the muscle such as the gluteus maximus). The intra-muscular plane of insertion is commonly used when the patient is thin and has little body fat. Both implantation sites are well tolerated by the body.
Generally, butt implants are available in 4 styles. The most common design is a round, non-directional implant. These implants can be used in both accepted planes of insertion and provides uniform increased projection including upper pole fullness. Non-directional implants virtually eliminate the issue of implant rotation (movement or shifting), which can be more evident in anatomical (directional) buttock implants. Directional implants, or anatomical designs, refers to the general shape of the implant, requiring a specific orientation and placement, as they are not dimensionally the same in all directions. and provide an exceptional result when used in the sub-fascial plane to achieve a pre-cast desired symmetry, based on the artistic and aesthetic abilities of your surgeon in achieving the "look" they feel is best for your body style. Style 4, is a custom buttock implant with mirrored (left and right) sides. Your surgeon, before placement, can manually craft all soft-solid implants.
Over the past 4 years, gluteal implants have undergone significant improvements. Previously, implants used in other body areas were used as gluteal implants. Some implants were far too hard and were palpable (could be felt through the skin by others). Also, for example, breast implants were frequently used with unfortunate results. Breast implants, being gel or liquid filled, often ruptured and deflated at alarming rates. Most current implants are made out of "implant grade", soft-solid silicones and the hardness more closely matches the tissue they replace or augment. This provides a more stable implant and offers the natural feel one desires. Soft-solid implants, unlike breast implants, do not rupture and deflate. Cohesive gel implants have been used for buttock implants, but they have a tendency to rupture and are not currently used in most cases.
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