PMMA injections: The Solution For Restoring Fatty Tissues In The Buttocks

Ever since people realized the dangers behind the silicone oil injections, a stampede began around the world looking for safe options to enhance the gluteal area.

We all know glutes suffer serious deterioration as time goes by; sedentary lifestyle and lack of physical exercise are relevant factors that play an important role in the decrease of the volume of the buttocks leading eventually to the sarcopenia syndrome which is characterized by a drastic drop of the volume of muscular mass and surprisingly also adipose mass.

If you are used to the gym and you are trying to develop your gluteal muscles you will find limitations since muscle tissue tends to harden with physical exercise and fatty tissues, so important to give shape, curves and volume to the butt, suffer resorption.

Although PMMA microspheres are contained in some FDA-approved facial products, there is no equivalent substitute in the United States and Canada for specific use on the buttocks, and facial products simply do not work for this purpose because they are too light and lack consistency.

PMMA microspheres are meant to strengthen and promote collagen, and elastin inner fiber growth to improve actual butt overall appearance, restoring lost fatty tissues behaving as if your own.

Bioplasty (the professional term of the procedure developed more than 30 years ago in Brazil by Dr. Nacul) originally used a substance branded as “New Plastic”; over the years, however, its original composition evolved within the advances of modern chemistry, producing a third-generation highly-reticulated, non-migrating, and slowly-biodegradable soft tissue filler branded as Linnea Safe, approved by the Brazilian FDA.

Inner adipose tissues are responsible for building bridges between glutes and hips, as well as generating attractive round curves1 hence the importance of seriously considering Bioplasty as the only solution to get a harmonious derriere.