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Injectables for the Butt

Do you want a better tush, but squats just aren’t cutting it? You don’t always need a personal trainer or a plastic surgeon to achieve your perfect butt. Instead, rear ends can be shaped and mildly filled with injectables. It’s 2021, people! Butt injections are minimally invasive and low-risk. This non-surgical option at The Plastic NP in Dallas, TX can truly enhance the curve and shape of your rump. 🍑

 

These in-office procedures are opening (back) doors 😂 to Dallas patients and many are curious to learn more.

Here’s everything you need to know about injectable treatments for the butt…

 

What type of injectables are good for booty enhancement?

Here at The Plastic NP™, we use the best of the best in FDA-approved dermal fillers. For the rear-end, I like Sculptra or a hyper diluted Radiesse. In some cases, we’ll even combine those with a HA (hyaluronic acid) injectable filler.

These dermal fillers compliment one another. HA fillers add volume outright while Sculptra kick starts your butt’s natural collagen production.

These brand-name fillers are responsible for the augmentation and shaping that’s possible, like reducing mild cellulite, filling hip dips, and adding mild projection (aka putting a bit more junk in the trunk). 🚚

More on the blog: Did you know dermal fillers can fix hollow temples?

Are butt injectables right for me?

I always recommend an initial consultation to “ass”ess (the puns are just too easy with this topic 😂) your derriere and goals. In short, injectables are designed to enhance your tail-end, not double it. The results can get addictive, but how much is too much? Well, an honest injector (that’s me 💁🏼‍♀️) will tell you when you might be going overboard and your health could potentially be at risk.

Butt injectables aren’t exclusive to enhancing the size and shape of your booty, they can also be restorative. I’ve treated many patients who have recently lost a significant amount of weight (BRAVO!). Sadly, we don’t get to pick and choose where we lose our weight, and sometimes the booty goes along with the abdominal, arm, and back fat. Butt injections can help to restore the volume lost during your weight-loss journey. Helping you complete your transformation and boost your confidence!

Is your major butt concern cellulite? Keep reading. 👇🏼 There’s a new injectable for you (and the other 90% of woman who have cellulite)!

What to expect from an injectable butt treatment!

A successful injectable butt treatment requires 3 to 4 treatment sessions, each spaced 6 weeks apart. If you’re a gym freak, it’s time for a resting break. Do not exercise for 4 to 7 days after treatments.

Post injection, you can expect some bruising and swelling. A “hard” texture is expected and temporary.

It’s important to note that results are not immediate. Results build over weeks to months, but thanks to this stacking, results can last 2+ years thanks to the influx of new collagen! That’s good news because on average, butt injections are about $5400 per treatment due to the amount of filler (and expertise!) required.

The butt treatment for cellulite: QWO

Meet the brand spanking NEW injectable I’m loving for butts: QWO. It’s the first and only FDA-approved injectable for moderate to severe cellulite in the buttocks of adult women. Sound 📣 the 📣  air 📣 horn because as it’s website says, “It’s worth celebrating.”

This injectable is different because QWO targets the primary structural cause of cellulite – the fibrous septae. This fibrous connective tissue connects skin to the fascia below creating the unsightly “dimpling” effects of cellulite. QWO releases the tethered fibrous septae resulting in smoother skin and improved appearance. See? Science can be cool. 🤓

Where can I get my butt injected in Texas?

Get your butt over here ASAP! I’m Jen Pilotte! I’m one of Dallas’ top Aesthetic Injectors 💉. At Lemmon Avenue Plastic Surgery, we perform butt enhancement injections and much more. Book a consultation and I’ll determine if you’re an ideal candidate for the booty enhancement treatment.

 

 

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