Gluteal ptosis simply means saggy buttocks. Skin ptosis is also treatable with lifting. To understand different butt lift procedures, see the modern classification of gluteal ptosis
- Ptosis grade I
It may seem like no ptosis has occurred yet, although we can already observe a degree of looseness (laxity) slightly under the subgluteal fold. A buttock butt lift or an implant would be enough.
- Ptosis Grade II
Skin ptosis is manifest, and the subgluteal fold seems to decline. Sagging comes with stretch marks and gluteal flattening. Grade II cases are handled with butt augmentation. For patients with stretch marks, an augmentation can occur with upper lift operation.
- Ptosis Grade III
Skin ptosis is distinct and exceeds 300. It causes significant loss of elasticity, wrinkles and stretch marks. Management is a combination of butt lift and augmentation.
PS: Consult a doctor to decide on the appropriate operation type.