Can You Tell the Difference Between Natural Prominent Curvy Buttocks Vs Microfat Augmented Buttocks from Brazilian Butt Lift?

Can people autually tell the difference between natural prominent curvy buttocks vs microfat augmented curvy buttocks from brazilian butt lift? I notice ppl who get brazilian butts have straight backs that don't look natural like Lala Vasquez, Kim Kardashian, and rapper Nicki Minaj. When I say prominent curvy buttocks think Serena Williams, Beyonce Knowles, and hip hop video models.

Doctor Answers (5)

Buttock augmentation with fat grafting

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It is impossible to tell the difference between a surgically enhanced buttock with liposuction and fat grafting (Brazilian Butt Lift) from an unaltered attractive buttock.

El Paso Plastic Surgeon
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Buttock augmentation

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If done correctly, one can not tell the difference.  I have performed many and seen many of colleagues' works, and I could not tell the difference.

San Francisco Plastic Surgeon
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The feel of a Brazilian Butt Lift

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Generally speaking an brazilian butt lift achieved with autologous fat injecttions feels qutie similar to a naturally large buttock although perhaps not as firm.

Web reference: http://www.bodysculptor.com/body-surgery-chicago/brazilian-butt-lift/

Chicago Plastic Surgeon
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Natural-Looking Brazilian Butt Lift

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If done correctly, a Brazilian Butt Lift should look and feel the same as a naturally curvy backside.   If it's not done properly or there are complications, there may be areas of firmness in the butt, which may or may not be very noticeable.  

Along with the fat grafting involved to add curves, I usually do liposculpting in key areas (lower back, hips and/or upper thighs, depending on the patient) to give a more natural look overall and ultimately enhance the effect.

Los Angeles Plastic Surgeon
5.0 out of 5 stars 14 reviews

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