What the Heck Is the Spider Butt Lift?!

Playing Can the Spider Butt Lift Tighten and Tone Your Backside?

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Alicia wants her butt to be firm and tight like it once was. Plastic surgeon Dr. Andrew Ordon is in the procedure room with aesthetic medical specialist Dr. Aleix Bazzi to check out the spider butt lift being performed on Alicia. You can see the threading and spiderweb-like pattern of injections in Alicia’s behind! What is going on?

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Dr. Bazzi uses smooth suture lines which he injects into Alicia’s butt, which he says will volumize and lift the area. These lines will grow and then dissolve over time. They dissolve through hydrolysis and it is this process that will stimulate the body’s own collagen production. Dr. Bazzi is aiming to place over 100 threads and while it looks like it may be painful, Alicia says, “I feel wonderful, it’s not painful at all!” Dr. Ordon points out local anesthetic was used before the procedure. 

“This is one of the best procedures for the butt because it’s centrally strong and it tapers out just like a web,” Dr. Bazzi says. Results can typically be seen within three months as the threads dissolve over time. The Doctors share a before and after photo of a previous patient who had the procedure done. Additionally, Dr. Bazzi says there are no downsides, no sensation loss, and no bruising. Dr. Ordon notes there is always the risk of reaction to suture material but Dr. Bazzi points out the sutures dissolve into water and carbon dioxide which are both natural molecules. 

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Dr. Bazzi finishes up the procedure as he simply removes the needles from Alicia’s backside, leaving the threads inside her butt to get to work giving Alicia the behind she wants! If you’re interested in a spider butt lift, the cost is about $3,000 and results last at least a year to two years, according to Dr. Bazzi.

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