Butt injections have always been a thing. Now they’re shining in social media glory. But what makes them leak? And how do you avoid them? We spoke to Dr. Matthew Schulman, a board certified plastic surgeon specializing in butt augmentation and fat transfer procedures. In this article, we’ll discuss the pros and cons of the procedure, and what you should look for in a plastic surgeon.
Injectors in the black market are infamous for their painful injection technique. They can’t put patients to sleep, and the pain is excruciating. Butt injections involving 32G needles or a 31G tip caused much less leakage. Injections done in a 45-degree insertion angle caused less leakage. The pigs also got smaller leakage. Furthermore, the rate of leakage was significantly higher in the thigh area than in the abdomen. Injections performed in a medical center were safe and effective.
Injections in the thigh and abdomen had a lower rate of leakage compared to those performed in the butt. Injections made with a 32G needle and a 45-degree insertion angle led to less leakage than those in the abdomen. The more accurate the needle used, the smaller the risk of leakage. The speed of the injection was also less of a factor. Finally, the thinness of the needle and the maximum volume to be injected were important in minimizing the leakage.
Although the cost of a butt injection is low, it can cause leakage. Injections done in the abdomen are more expensive than those in the thigh. And black market injections require a doctor’s office. This means that there is a high risk of complications. So how do butt injections work? If the procedure is done incorrectly, you’ll be left with a painful butt.
The size of the needle and the speed are two of the factors affecting the amount of leakage. While a smaller needle might be smaller, a large needle could result in a large volume of leakage. Similarly, a needle with a 32G tip will cause less than half of the volume of a butt injection. However, the procedure should be performed by a licensed cosmetic surgeon. The results of the study are not reliable.
The size of the needle and the angle of the injection needles can affect the leakage volume. The size of the needle should be at least 32G. The thigh should be injected with a smaller needle. Using a thinner needle will reduce the risk of leakage. Moreover, the injector should use an ultrasound device to minimize the risk of infection. Another factor that may influence the amount of leakage is the thickness of the needle.
One of the most common causes of butt injections is that the procedure itself is extremely painful. Cardi B’s butt was injected with silicone, which ultimately led to her death. The procedure is now the most popular cosmetic procedure in the world and is often performed by celebrities. The Brazilian butt lift is a popular choice among women. And while it is a good way to boost the self-confidence and a man’s ego, it’s also a risky choice.
Fortunately, the risk of leakage is extremely small. Injections aimed at the thigh were the least likely to cause leakage. While both areas have different risk factors, they are a cautionary tale for those who don’t have the money to afford these procedures. A sexy and confident woman’s butt will be a better tipper. And if it’s your first time getting a butt injection, don’t be afraid to ask yourself if it’s the best option for you.
Interestingly, the volume of injections performed in the abdomen and thighs caused less leakage than injections in the abdomen. It was also important to use a thinner needle and wait at least three seconds after the procedure to avoid the risk of leaking butt. In addition, the thickness of the needle’s wall had no effect on leakage. A high-quality butt can be a sign of a healthy body.