Butt Augmentation Through Fat Grafting

Maryland Plastic Surgeon serving Washington DC, & Virginia including Alexandria and Fairfax.


Butt Augmentation Through Fat Grafting | Maryland, VirginiaButt augmentation has been a growing trend in plastic surgery due to famous figures such as Kim Kardashian. Women are looking for a more hourglass figure, and a butt lift with fat grafting could be the perfect procedure. Our board-certified plastic surgeon can help you reach your ideal look through a personalized approach at our Maryland office. We offer the Brazilian butt lift which uses your own fat to form your new figure.

A Two-For-One Procedure

Butt augmentation with fat grafting could be considered a two-for-one surgery because it involves removing fat via liposuction and injecting it into your buttocks. After the fat is removed from a fatty area such as your abdomen or thighs, Dr. Chiaramonte skillfully injects the fat and sculpts your buttocks to ensure even distribution. For women who are looking for a more rounded bottom, a butt augmentation is the perfect way to give you the shape you want without implants. A butt lift can also remove unwanted fat to minimize your buttocks.

Fat grafting reduces the risk of complications because your body recognizes the fat as your own versus an artificial implant. However, some patients don't have enough fat to remove and place in the buttocks. The best way to know if a butt augmentation is right for you is by speaking with our plastic surgeon.

Recovery from butt augmentation is one of the most important aspects of the procedure. You will need to follow Dr. Chiaramonte's instructions and refrain from sitting down or laying on your back for several weeks. There are inflatable options for you to use in order to ease your recovery time.

If you're interested in butt augmentation, please contact Bella Cosmetic Surgery in Maryland today at (301) 567-6767 to schedule your FREE consultation. Our plastic surgeon provides excellent cosmetic services and plastic surgery to clients in Maryland, Washington D.C. and Alexandria and Fairfax, Virginia.