Male buttock augmentation can be performed using intravenous sedation or general anesthesia, depending on the patient’s personal preference.
For about eight weeks after the procedure, you will have to wear a special compression garment around your buttocks. Drains may be placed to prevent fluid accumulation at the surgical site, and these are removed around seven days after surgery. Because you cannot sit on your bottom for two weeks, you will be instructed to lie on your stomach or side while you rest. Any discomfort can be managed using oral pain medication, as prescribed by your surgeon. You will receive detailed aftercare instructions during your initial male buttock augmentation consultation.
Complications after male buttock augmentation are uncommon, but all surgeries come with risks. Some of the potential risks may include changes in sensation, scarring, bleeding, infection, asymmetrical results, and fat necrosis. Carefully following all aftercare instructions can significantly reduce the chances of experiencing any of these complications.
Every male buttock augmentation procedure is different, so the cost varies from patient to patient. Our current fee schedule provides approximate prices for each of the procedures offered by Dr. Agullo, including anesthesia fees, surgical fees, medical tests, and compression garments. The cost of the necessary prescription medications, however, is not reflected in our fee schedule. The consultation fee is $100, and it is applied to the total cost of your chosen treatment. Because most plastic surgery is considered “elective,” it is generally not covered by health insurance plans. You will receive a cost estimate tailored to your unique surgical plan during your consultation. All fees must be paid entirely before treatment or surgery.