Am i a good candidate for Brazilian butt lift? Can a natural look be achieved? Or should i consider a different procedure? (phot
I am a 32yr old female, weigh in about 120lbs, 5'6. Pictures are presently after 18 months of good eating habits and some light exercise after baby. I believe i have decent skin tone and are in overall good health. Now as you can see by my pictures, my concern is my butt area, from behind i look alright, but from a profile stand point, well not so good! I would like some advice as to what procedures i may be a candidate for, that will help me achieve a NATURAL looking lifted buttocks. No Kim K's!
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Doctor Answers (5)
You will get many different perspectives on this, because you are in good shape. I have done the BBL on many models and thinner women with good results, and I have also placed many buttock implants. I would find a surgeon who is an expert at both and be evaluated for your best results.
Kenneth Hughes, MD
Los Angeles, CA
Thank you for the pictures.
I recommend 420 cc in a buttocks implant, unfortunately fat grafting can't be possible cause you don't have enough fat.
I think you're a good candidate for liposuction and fat transfer. If you are looking for a bigger butt and a much better contour.
You could not go to big because you don't have 2 much fat in your body but you will have a great result.
You're a also a candidate for buttocks implants combine whit lipo to the flacs and back.
Thank you for your pictures. I do not think you're a good candidate for liposuction and fat transfer. I think you're a better candidate for buttocks implants.
You look very thin, I do no think that you will have enough donor sites for a BBL, but perhaps you desire buttock impalnts?
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