Sculptra Butt Lift
Don’t feel like going under the knife for a butt lift? Then this non-surgical butt lift, also known as the liquid butt lift, is the treatment everyone is talking about that is perfect for you. Adorned by celebrities, this Sculptra buttlift is a favorite in sculpting the perfect behind Sculptra, the FDA, and Health Canada-approved filler. Sculptra can also treat facial hollows, like cheeks or temples.
How does Sculptra work?
This product is unlike other dermal fillers made of hyaluronic acid. When injected, these fillers provide an immediate result. On the other hand, Sculptra is made of poly-L-lactic acid; when injected, it triggers an immune response stimulating the body to boost collagen production. As we age, we naturally experience a loss of collagen, and as it is the main structural component of the skin, there is no better way to restore that plumpness than with your collagen. Sculptra makes your body do all the work by being the driving factor of collagen production; this product makes your body do the work, producing the results you are looking for naturally and with your collagen.
Case study 1057
A female in her mid-30s came in looking to have more volume and fill dips in her buttocks. She had visible hip dips and butt dimples that were her main concern. After carefully reviewing her options and keeping her medical history in mind, we decided to proceed with the Sculptra by using a 19G blunt cannula, allowing the needle to pass through, requiring only one poke. This procedure took about an hour and thirty minutes, including the numbing cream application.
The procedure of the Sculptra Butt Lift
We used six vials of Sculptra and a blunt cannula to allow the needle to go through smoothly. You may feel a slight poke, almost like a pinch, during the injection of the Sculptra—no need to use the chiller for this procedure.
The cost of this procedure varies depending on how much Sculptra is used. In this case, six vials of Sculptra have been used. Therefore, the price was $4,200.00 plus tax.
The main side effects are bruising and swelling, which lasts up to 4-5 days but varies with each person, depending on their skin type.
Inserted below are before and after pictures that were taken two months apart. You can see an immediate change right after the procedure, and they only improve over the next few months.