Silicone butt implants is another way through which women enhance their buttocks surgically these days. This method is mostly done by thin women who can’t undergo fat grafting butt enhancement procedure, because they have little or no fat in the body that can be extracted and sent to the buttocks.
This doesn’t mean butt implants are not dangerous and harmful to the body. It just means that silicone butt implants are another form of butt surgical procedure with its problems and dangers.
Enhancing the buttocks through silicone butt implants entails the making of small incisions on the buttocks (these size of these incisions are based on the size of the silicone implants to be inserted, and inserting solid silicone into the buttocks, to increase the size of the buttocks.
As easy as this procedure sounds, there are lots of things that can go wrong or go south with this butt enhancement procedure, such as:
There is a probability that the implant can get ruptured after some time, and when this happens, the leaked silicone can swim to different places in the body, and cause granuloma in some internal organs, and even death.
The solid silicone can slip out of place, causing uneven shapes in the buttocks.
The patient might have unusual and lots of bleeding after the surgery.
A Possibility of the incisions tearing up after the surgery.
Patients go through lots of pain after the surgery.
The skin of the buttocks might get scarred and discolored permanently.
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