BUTTOCK FILLER INJECTIONS (LONDON MODEL)
Non-surgical butt lift and body contouring is an amazing alternative for surgical butt lifts or implants. Hyaluronic acid-based fillers are used to lift the butt, give more volume, improve the shape, correct hip dips, improve skin quality and cellulites.
ADD 100ML OF CHARMOST £329, ANY ADDITIONAL IS £60 PER 20ML. TO DISSOLVE £150
Treatment time: 1 hour
Please note that the price is up to 100ml. The total amount of ml is up to the medics discretion and does not alter the price.
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Guidance on Buttock filler antibiotic usage:
First line treatment for antibiotic usage with suspected infection according to ACE guidelines would be the following:
- Flucloxacillin 500mg QDS (4 times a day every 8 hours 1 tablet should be taken)
If allergic to penicillin:
- Clarithromycin 500mg BD (2 times a day every 12 hours 1 tablet should be taken)
Following the administration of the chosen antibiotic the client should then be reviewed (BY A MEDIC) 48 hours later in order to monitor the infection. This consultation must be done face to face and not via any electronic method of communication I.E facetime or teams.
At every opportunity their should be photographs of the suspected infection taken for monitoring purposes.
If after 48 hours there is no signs of improvement the client should be signposted to their GP for further antibiotics and consultation.
If at any point the client displays symptoms of:
- Fever and high temperatures above 37.5
- Fluid leaking from the area of incision
They MUST be signposted directly to their nearest accident and emergency department and be treated for potential sepsis and incision and drainage of the filler.
Whichever antibiotics are prescribed there is a strict no drinking and limit smoking whilst allowing the wound to heal alcohol and smoking is known to inhibit wound healing and can significantly delay the healing process leaving the wound open to further infection.
Ensure the client is given strict aftercare as per the practitioner administering the treatment in order to reduce the risk of infection.
Wound care and sterile dressings should be administered to the site after the procedure has taken place and only be removed by the practitioner at the review which should happen every 48 hours within the first week of treatment in accordance with ACE guidelines.
Please note that model bookings are for one person only. If you require a booking for more then one person then multiple bookings must be made.