06 November 2018
Dear Dr. Pataki,
I have an odd request; however, I heard that you are an expert in the field.
I have had previous liposuction done to my thighs. It seems like the surgeon may have removed too much under my gluteal fold. On one buttock has a has caused a faint line under the crease and on the other my groove has been deepened and extends slightly too far so its visible when i stand sideways and on the other there is a faint line under my natural crease causing the appearance of a sagging buttock. It has truly affected my self esteem and has caused an appearance of sagging skin in that area. I feel like if there could be a transfer under the gluteal groove it may be possible to return my glutes to their original perkiness but I would truly appreciate your expert advice/ suggestions.
Is this something you would be able to help me with?
I am a local in Hungary, so coming in for a consultation is not a problem. I will gladly send photos!
Thank you, I look forward to hearing from you.
Thank you for contacting us.
Unfortunately, this really seems to be a case of so-called “over-suction” (exaggerated liposuction) because of failed design and inappropriate technique. It’s understandable that your self-esteem has been affected negatively.
But yes, there is a solution to your problem: lipofilling into the crease and into the upper back thighs, with perhaps a Buttock Lift which means the reduction of excess skin. Please don’t forget that a Liposuction surgery always requires special planning as each patient has a unique body and unique requirements, so talk about this thoroughly with your chosen plastic surgeon to restore the harmony between your body and soul.
plastic surgeon, Head of Premium Plastic Surgery