Plasma gel can be used as a dermal filler for various cosmetic procedures, including buttock augmentation and reshaping.

A small amount of blood is drawn and processed to extract growth factors from platelets and plasma. Whit the residual plasma, we produce a stable gel with properties like the hyaluronic acid fillers. The growth factors are combined with the gel and injected like a conventional filler. The significant distinction is that this method employs a natural substance from our blood, which offers the added benefit of regenerating tissue over time.

Using plasma gel for buttock augmentation involves injecting the gel into the desired area of the buttocks. The gel provides volume and shape to the buttocks, resulting in a fuller, more lifted appearance.

One of the advantages of using plasma gel for buttock augmentation is that it is a natural and safe substance, as it is made from the own blood. This reduces the risk of allergic reactions or other adverse effects.

Additionally, using plasma gel for buttock augmentation is a minimally invasive procedure that can be performed on an outpatient basis, which means that patients can typically return to their normal activities soon after the procedure. There is also minimal scarring and recovery time associated with the procedure.


The procedure begins with the application of a topical anesthetic to the injection site to minimize discomfort. The filler is then injected into the buttock tissue using a fine needle or a blunt cannula. The number of injections required depends on the extent of enhancement desired but typically ranges from 4 to 8 injections per buttock. The entire procedure typically takes less than an hour to complete.

After the injection, the treated area may be massaged to ensure an even distribution of the filler material. Patients may experience some swelling, redness, and tenderness in the treated area for a few days after the procedure, but this typically resolves on its own. Results are immediate and can last up to a year, after which the procedure may need to be repeated to maintain the desired effect.

In contrast to conventional methodologies that employ fillers containing hyaluronic acid, calcium hydroxyapatite, or polylactic acid, the utilization of plasma gel enriched with growth factors has demonstrated a noteworthy enhancement in the overall texture and appearance of the buttocks. Notably, this technique utilizes the own blood, which is processed utilizing a specialized device, resulting in considerably lower costs when compared to alternative procedures.


However, as with any medical procedure, there are some risks associated with using plasma gel for buttock augmentation. These can include infection, bleeding, and nerve damage.

It is important for patients to discuss the risks and benefits of the procedure with their healthcare provider before undergoing any cosmetic procedure.

If you’re interested in exploring how 3D Plasma Hydrogel can assist you in achieving your desired aesthetic outcomes, request a complimentary virtual consultation to assess if our approach is appropriate for your needs.

As a provider, if you’re keen on utilizing the 3D plasma Hydrogel technique,  ask for information about this method, including the program outline and upcoming course schedules.

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