The right choice of volume and shape of the implant is essential. Each patient has a different body structure and a different shape of the seat. Choosing the right implant should be consulted with the surgeon and approved by the patient. Preoperative simulation helps visualize the post-operative outcome.
Semi-rigid seat augmentation implants do not pose a risk of leakage of the gel in the event of a rupture of the implant. These implants have been developed from a durable material adapted to withstand the daily seat load for years. There is no recommended or ideal time to change the implants. While they keep their shape and while patients are happy with the result they can be used seamlessly.
The reduction of the risk of infections is related to the precise operation of the surgery. The incisions of the seat are positioned away from the anus. Implants are disinfected. Antibiotics are infused intravenously during the operation and are prescribed for oral administration during the first days of the rehabilitation process. It is necessary for the patient to apply a special diet and hygiene to prevent contamination of the incision.