Gluteoplasty (buttock plastic surgery) is an operation to make buttocks bigger and improve their shape with silicone implants.
The purpose is to make the buttocks more curvy, get rid of dimples, loose and saggy skin. Buttock plastic surgery is popular both among women and men.


• Age-related changes accompanied by loose and/or saggy skin.
• Saggy buttocks or skin in this area due to rapid weight loss.
• Flat shape or insufficient volume of gluteal muscles, as well as dips on buttock sides due to physiological and genetic reasons.
• Asthenic and lean body, which is not prone to muscle building.
• Asymmetry of the gluteal muscles, both inborn and acquired. Asymmetry occurs with any prenatal pathologies or as a result of injuries throughout life.


To avoid complications and preserve the aesthetic effect after surgery, it is important to follow a number of recommendations during the rehabilitation period (up to 4 weeks):

• For the first three or four days after surgery, you should not sleep on your back or sit. If you have to sit, it is important to take a position with the minimal pressure on the buttocks.
• During the entire post-gluteoplasty rehabilitation period, you should avoid overheating, tanning, sauna, and hot baths.
• During the entire rehabilitation period, you should wear compression underwear, which helps normalize blood circulation, improves metabolic and recovering processes.
• For one to two months, you should avoid intensive physical exercise to ensure full recovery of tissues and prevent implant dislocations.

You will see the final post-surgery result after the rehabilitation period.


The main contraindications to surgery include:
• Pregnancy and breastfeeding
• Beginning of the menstrual cycle (women)
• Malignant neoplastic process irrespective of its location
• Lower blood coagulability due to a genetic pathology or systematic use of anticoagulants
• Connective tissue diseases (scleroderma, systemic lupus erythematosus)
• High blood pressure
• Diabetes mellitus (decompensation stage)
• Diabetic angiopathy, diabetic retinopathy
• Thyroid pathology with disfunction (hypothyroidism, hyperthyroidism)
• Tuberculosis, other chronic infectious diseases
• Medical history with acute vascular events (stroke, heart attack)
• Internal organ chronic disease exacerbation

To determine whether a patient has any contraindications to surgery, a medical preoperational testing is prescribed.

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