Bioplasty for Hips & Glutes Contour & Volume

Avant-Garde Aesthetic Medicine: Bioplasty & PDO Meshing

Bioplasty for Curvaceous Hips & Glutes

Bioplasty for Hips & Glutes Contour & Volume

Avant-Garde Aesthetic Medicine: Bioplasty & PDO Meshing

Bioplasty for Curvaceous Hips & Glutes

Bioplasty for Curvaceous and Volumized Hips & Glutes

Minimally Invasive Avant-garde Aesthetic Medicine

for Body Mass Loss Replenishment

PDO Korean Meshing for Flaccidity and Sagginess

Bioplasty: How does it work?

Buttocks volume consists of contouring, projection, firmness and definition.
In this article we aim to clarify misunderstandings, doubts and dissipate those unfounded fears that exist about PMMA dermal filler. Click here to know more about Bioplasty

 

Mermaid look is given by Curvaceous Hips and not so much by Buttocks projection

Female attributes never go out of vogue

 

Is it possible to have hips and buttocks volumization simultaneously?

Based on the premise PMMA tissue expander cannot be instilled liberally but inner anatomical capacity must be taken very seriously, we recommend being very clear on what your final goal is; one thing is filling lateral dips along with buttocks volumization and another is aiming to get real curvaceous prominent lateral curves.

The “wasp” type of buttocks that mainly protrude backwards focus mainly on projection of the derriere without treating narrow hips but rather a smooth correction of the lateral dips. Whereas “mermaid” look approaches hips and upper thighs in order to get the best possible results.

Instilling PMMA into hips requires a great deal of anatomy knowledge as there might be lot of hollow space between the iliac crest and the external edge of the buttocks; for this reasons, we rather perform hips separately from buttocks, however this area will always blend naturally with buttocks so that no gaps are left in between leaving the context buttocks-hips as a single unity.

Afro-American girls tend to have thin legs which is a detrimental aspect when hips do not slide down thighs too for a smooth final curve. Equally buttocks volume must take legs into consideration to avoid the counterproductive “lollipop” look.

The thinner and smaller a person is, the more restrictive inner capacity there is, however “mermaid” hips have a wide gap in between iliac crest and outer buttocks to fulfill the task.

See photos of indented hips down below for you to get a clearer idea of what lateral dips mean and how filling the area smoothly along with buttocks would not necessarily mean getting curvaceous hips. As far as you can imagine, these ladies could have the “wasp” type of projection at the back without having a significant change frontwise.

Where feminine figure highlights the most is at hips level, being this type of projection stands out from every angle. The fact we work with outer buttocks and upper thighs to obtain the curvaceous look needed, assures immediate relevance of buttocks at the same time without having to do the entire buttocks.

Is it possible to have hips and buttocks volumization simultaneously?

Based on the premise PMMA tissue expander cannot be instilled liberally but inner anatomical capacity must be taken very seriously, we recommend being very clear on what your final goal is; one thing is filling lateral dips along with buttocks volumization and another is aiming to get real curvaceous prominent lateral curves.

The “wasp” type of buttocks that mainly protrude backwards focus mainly on projection of the derriere without treating narrow hips but rather a smooth correction of the lateral dips. Whereas “mermaid” look approaches hips and upper thighs in order to get the best possible results.

Instilling PMMA into hips requires a great deal of anatomy knowledge as there might be lot of hollow space between the iliac crest and the external edge of the buttocks; for this reasons, we rather perform hips separately from buttocks, however this area will always blend naturally with buttocks so that no gaps are left in between leaving the context buttocks-hips as a single unity.

Afro-American girls tend to have thin legs which is a detrimental aspect when hips do not slide down thighs too for a smooth final curve. Equally buttocks volume must take legs into consideration to avoid the counterproductive “lollipop” look.

The thinner and smaller a person is, the more restrictive inner capacity there is, however “mermaid” hips have a wide gap in between iliac crest and outer buttocks to fulfill the task.

See photos of indented hips down below for you to get a clearer idea of what lateral dips mean and how filling the area smoothly along with buttocks would not necessarily mean getting curvaceous hips. As far as you can imagine, these ladies could have the “wasp” type of projection at the back without having a significant change frontwise.

Where feminine figure highlights the most is at hips level, being this type of projection stands out from every angle. The fact we work with outer buttocks and upper thighs to obtain the curvaceous look needed, assures immediate relevance of buttocks at the same time without having to do the entire buttocks.

Curvaceous Hips
Mermaid Look

Frequently Asked Questions

 

What exactly do we use?

This and many other questions are received on a daily basis despite the fact that the topic is widely explained on our blog; nevertheless we understand that given the large amount of information contained in our articles, some people would not be very fond of digging into them but would prefer instead going straight to the point, especially in this era where immediacy is the norm.

For this purpose we have developed an informative section where briefly and concisely, we try and clarify doubts and questions we have received over the last few years so that you can find out about the services Novastetic (formerly International Surgery) offers, particularly those related to Bioplasty and PDO Meshing.

Additionally, it is possible sending new questions in case you do not find what you are looking for and if they are pertinent and of general interest, they will be published and answered by our medical staff; otherwise you will receive an answer privately by email.

Injecting non-biocompatible substances into buttocks, apart from jeopardizing patients’ life, produces a deadweight inside tissues prone to fall due to gravity pull hence producing flaccidity, shape loss, subgluteal fold erasing and eventually triggering a foreign body reaction by the immune system.
Many patients come to our practice in desperate need of camouflaging too evident and palpable buttock implants frequently in combination with BBL sequelae, all of which posing formidable challenges not only regarding buttocks surgery traumatism per se such as implants displacement, rotation, encapsulation, wrong placement, tight or flaccid pockets but also having to deal with additional complexities left by the fat transfer procedure such as asymmetrical fat resorption, inner fibrosis and extreme traumatism.

What is Glutes Bioplasty? Learn about it: click here

 

Injecting non-biocompatible substances into buttocks, apart from jeopardizing patients’ life, produces a deadweight inside tissues prone to fall due to gravity pull hence producing flaccidity, shape loss, subgluteal fold erasing and eventually triggering a foreign body reaction by the immune system.
Many patients come to our practice in desperate need of camouflaging too evident and palpable buttock implants frequently in combination with BBL sequelae, all of which posing formidable challenges not only regarding buttocks surgery traumatism per se such as implants displacement, rotation, encapsulation, wrong placement, tight or flaccid pockets but also having to deal with additional complexities left by the fat transfer procedure such as asymmetrical fat resorption, inner fibrosis and extreme traumatism.

What is Glutes Bioplasty? Learn about it: click here

Gluteoplasty: Implants or Bioplasty

Liposculpture: Body Contouring & Definition

Hips Boosting: Bilateral Expansion by Bioplasty

Tummy Tuck: Abdominal flaccidity correction

 

PDO and PMMA, two gems in Aesthetic Medicine

 

Polydioxanone (PDO) fibers are precursors of collagen and elastin formation which will turn into actual collagen ligaments that will support weakened areas of the body.

PDO fibers allow minimally invasive non-surgical in-office procedures; collagen fibers will provide structural strength, elasticity, tautening, firmness and lifting.

They can be used in virtually every part of the body: Face, Nose, Neck, Decolletage, Arms, Elbows, Breast, Upper/Lower Abdomen, Buttocks, Inner/Outer Thighs, Knees, in combination or not with PMMA Soft Tissue Filler which is the primary tool for replenishing and restoring adipose tissue loss.

Buttocks have their own vulnerabilities, just as breasts do, despite being trapped by sexism and fashion trends that overlook the importance behind numerous factors that affect them.

Lipodystrophy, flaccidity, droopiness, loss of shape, lack of adipose tissues, gluteus muscles deterioration (a.k.a. sarcopenia) and a variety of surgical procedures that leave buttocks in need of aesthetic medical attention, are some of the inherent worries antiaging medicine has in its hands.

PDO meshing and PMMA soft tissue expander make a unique synergy to solve out most buttocks imperfections.

Rejuvenation, volume loss replacement, lifting techniques, overall embellishment, inner boosting of element in charge of reinforcement, mean preventive measurements we are to take care of in time or prior worrying signs emerge.

PDO Meshing for a firm, elastic and youth skin

Aging as well as pregnancy, dieting or a wrong lifestyle can lead to drooping and sagging skin and tissues. This applies to every area of our body but it’s particularly evident in face, neck, abdomen and glutes.

One of the latest solution to aging skin is PDO meshing; it consists of interweaving fibers made of a special biocompatible material called Polydioxanone (a.k.a PDO).

PDO has the nice property of stimulating and inducing collagen and elastin production which are an essential component of connective tissue which basically is the framework that provides support and structure to other tissues and organs being also responsible for the elasticity and youthful look of our skin.

Referring to threads is not exactly what a net/mesh would account for.

Few threads do not form a proper coverage of all the area being treated. Fibers must be closely and tightly interwoven in order to obtain the desired lifting/rejuvenating effect.

Later on, as fibers become collagen precursors, they will turn into actual inner supporting ligaments.

For a painless insertion of the fibers, anesthetic gel is used. After entering the skin, the threads activate collagen synthesis for a gradual skin tightening and rejuvenating effect.

Special barbed threads are also used where a lifting effect is also desirable.

At Novastetic we use the entire range of PDO threads which in expert hands can become a extraordinary tool for fighting the negative impact that aging process has in our body.

Gluteoplasty: Implants or Bioplasty

Liposculpture: Body Contouring & Definition

Hips Boosting: Bilateral Expansion by Bioplasty

Tummy Tuck: Abdominal flaccidity correction

PDO and PMMA, two gems in Aesthetic Medicine

 

Polydioxanone (PDO) fibers are precursors of collagen and elastin formation which will turn into actual collagen ligaments that will support weakened areas of the body.

PDO fibers allow minimally invasive non-surgical in-office procedures; collagen fibers will provide structural strength, elasticity, tautening, firmness and lifting.

They can be used in virtually every part of the body: Face, Nose, Neck, Decolletage, Arms, Elbows, Breast, Upper/Lower Abdomen, Buttocks, Inner/Outer Thighs, Knees, in combination or not with PMMA Soft Tissue Filler which is the primary tool for replenishing and restoring adipose tissue loss.

Buttocks have their own vulnerabilities, just as breasts do, despite being trapped by sexism and fashion trends that overlook the importance behind numerous factors that affect them.

Lipodystrophy, flaccidity, droopiness, loss of shape, lack of adipose tissues, gluteus muscles deterioration (a.k.a. sarcopenia) and a variety of surgical procedures that leave buttocks in need of aesthetic medical attention, are some of the inherent worries antiaging medicine has in its hands.

PDO meshing and PMMA soft tissue expander make a unique synergy to solve out most buttocks imperfections.

Rejuvenation, volume loss replacement, lifting techniques, overall embellishment, inner boosting of element in charge of reinforcement, mean preventive measurements we are to take care of in time or prior worrying signs emerge.

 

PDO Meshing for a firm, elastic and youth skin

Aging as well as pregnancy, dieting or a wrong lifestyle can lead to drooping and sagging skin and tissues. This applies to every area of our body but it’s particularly evident in face, neck, abdomen and glutes.

One of the latest solution to aging skin is PDO meshing; it consists of interweaving fibers made of a special biocompatible material called Polydioxanone (a.k.a PDO).

PDO has the nice property of stimulating and inducing collagen and elastin production which are an essential component of connective tissue which basically is the framework that provides support and structure to other tissues and organs being also responsible for the elasticity and youthful look of our skin.

Referring to threads is not exactly what a net/mesh would account for.

Few threads do not form a proper coverage of all the area being treated. Fibers must be closely and tightly interwoven in order to obtain the desired lifting/rejuvenating effect.

Later on, as fibers become collagen precursors, they will turn into actual inner supporting ligaments.

For a painless insertion of the fibers, anesthetic gel is used. After entering the skin, the threads activate collagen synthesis for a gradual skin tightening and rejuvenating effect.

Special barbed threads are also used where a lifting effect is also desirable.

At Novastetic we use the entire range of PDO threads which in expert hands can become a extraordinary tool for fighting the negative impact that aging process has in our body.

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