What Is A Sculptra Butt Lift?
A Sculptra Butt Lift is a non invasive and therefore non surgical butt lift that uses filler to enhance the buttocks.
Sculptra is a volumizing injectable that can be used for the face and body. Typically, Sculptra is used to restore volume after collagen loss to the temples of the forehead or the nasolabial folds. Recently, it has been used to volumize the buttock region as an alternative to the Brazilian Butt Lift which transfers fat from surgical liposuction to the hips and places the fat in the buttock region. The result of a Brazilian Butt Lift is a noticeably enhanced and contoured buttock area. The same or similar results of a Brazilian Butt Lift can be obtained non surgically, non invasively and with no down time with a few sessions of Sculptra injections. This is known as the Sculptra Butt Lift.
The Sculptra Butt Lift is a relatively painless way to achieve a contoured and enhanced buttock region in comparison to the Brazilian Butt Lift. Whereas the Brazilian Butt Lift is a surgical process requiring anesthesia, the Sculptra Butt Lift is a local procedure that not does not require any anesthesia. Some patients may opt for Novocaine or Ibuprofen to minimize any discomfort, but the typical discomfort experienced by a patient is minimal.
Results do take some time to appreciate in full. Whereas as a Brazilian Butt Lift provides significant immediate results, the Sculptra Butt Lift continues to improve in appearance over time. Several treatments are typically required to achieve optimal results. A typical Sculptra Butt Lift protocol may require 2 to 3 treatments spaced a few weeks apart. Full appreciation of the result is typically realized after 45 to 90 days.
Neither the results from a Brazilian Butt Lift nor the results from a Sculptra Butt Lift are permanent. With a Brazilian Butt Lift, the fat eventually becomes adsorbed into the system. With the Sculptra Butt Lift, results can last as long as 2 years.
The typical Sculptra Butt Injection costs approximately $600 per vial. How many vials are required is dependent on the individual.