HIP AESTHETICS
HIP AESTHETICS

HIP AESTHETICS

To whom can the hip aesthetics be applied?

Specifically the hip part is a symbol of women's beauty and sex. Accepted appearance is; not to be very too obvious, but to have curved and rounded lines. There is a significant increase in the operation of the hip part especially during the summer months. Many factors such as age, family structure, gravity, weight loss, and cracks are influential in the formation of the shape of the hip. Often it is desirable that the hip be lifted and, in rare cases, the lift becomes less visible and less noticeable.

What methods are used in hip aesthetics?

In hip operations, we decide which surgical procedure to be followed by our physical examination. The surgical methods that we apply most frequently to the hip part are;
-Liposuction
-Fat injections
-Prosthesis practices
-And Lifting methods.

Contrary to popular belief, it is necessary to avoid applying liposuction to the hip part. Instead of doing liposuction to the hip parts in patients, it is a method that we apply more often to make the hips more prominent by applying laser liposuction the regions of the waist, inner leg and outer regions and areas under the hip curve. If there is excessive fat accumulation in the hip part of the patient, a controlled liposuction may be applied to the hip area.

Fat injection is the method we use most commonly to provide hip filling. In patients who are thin and who had lost weight, especially at the top of the hips, by injecting the fat graft we take from the patient's own body, we can provide the desired filling and curve. The biggest advantage of fat graft is that the healing process of the patient is very short and it is very quick for the patient to go back into social life. Another advantage of this process is that it can be reapplied.

The hip prosthesis’s are placed in the upper part of the hips from the curvature between the prosthetic hips. It is aimed to prevent sciatic nerve damage in the construction of the application in this way. The operation is performed under epidural or general anesthesia, lasting 4 hours and staying in the hospital for 1 night. It can be normal Daily routine 7-15 days after surgery. If a prosthesis is inserted, intramuscular injections from the hips should be avoided.

In elderly patients with excessive weight loss, hip lifting with combined lifting operations is preferred. The greatest strain of these operations is the marks formed. We do it by hiding the marks in the underwear line.
Among the methods of hip lifting in recent years, simple suspension via stitching and stem cell applications are also rapidly becoming popular. The biggest disadvantage of single stitching methods is the possibility of the hip to its resistance after a certain period of time and causing the hip to sag again.