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Hip Augmentation

What is Hip Augmentation?

Hip augmentation is a cosmetic surgical procedure that is designed to enhance the size and shape of the hips. There are two basic procedures for Hip Augmentation, implants and fat grafting. The procedure is typically performed using implants made of silicone or another biocompatible material that are inserted into the hip region through small incisions.

The implants can be customized to achieve the desired shape and size of the hips, and they are typically placed beneath the muscle tissue of the buttocks. The procedure can also be combined with liposuction to remove excess fat from the surrounding areas for a more defined and contoured appearance.


The length of a hip augmentation procedure can vary depending on the individual case and the specific technique used by the surgeon. In general, however, the procedure typically takes between one and three hours to complete.


Following a hip augmentation procedure, most patients will be able to return to normal walking one day after surgery, and light exercise may be resumed after two weeks. Strenuous exercise can be resumed after one month.


The type of anesthesia used will be determined by the surgeon based on the individual case and patient's medical history. In general, hip augmentation can be performed using either general anesthesia or local anesthesia with sedation.

Benefits of Hip Augmentation

check Improved body proportions

check Customizable results

check Increased self-confidence

check Long-lasting results

check Correction of asymmetry

check Reduced appearance of cellulite

Hip Augmentation

Who Qualifies for Hip Augmentation?

The eligibility criteria for hip augmentation surgery depend on various factors, including the individual case and the specific technique used by the surgeon. In general, ideal candidates for hip augmentation surgery may include individuals with naturally small or asymmetrical hips, people with age-related hip volume loss, those who have lost hip volume due to weight loss or pregnancy, and individuals with medical conditions or injuries affecting the hip area. Transgender individuals may also be candidates for hip augmentation surgery as part of gender-affirming procedures. Some transgender women may choose to undergo hip augmentation surgery to enhance the size and shape of their hips, which can help them achieve a more feminine appearance. Consulting with a qualified plastic surgeon can help determine if hip augmentation surgery is a viable option.

How to Prepare for Hip Augmentation?

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