What are biopolymers?
Biopolymers are synthetic macromolecules which behave as foreign elements for the organism, their irrational use without indication or improperly used for aesthetic purposes by system actors who are unaware of the consequences of such products lead to deformities in multiple regions of the body, the most common are buttocks, face and breasts. The most commonly used biopolymers are liquid silicone, polymethylmethacrylate, paraffin and in more extreme cases oily substances, which have effects in the body in the short and long term with a wide range of symptoms such as pain, local heat, spontaneous release of biopolymeric material or purulent material. Chronically they can lead to inflammatory autoimmune syndrome better known as Asia syndrome; irreversible sequels and even death. The surgery consists of block removal by open technique, bilateral butt lift is performed. The technique allows removing as much biopolymer as possible, improving symptoms and quality of life.