I already have a large buttocks but I wanted larger hips..Is there a safe method for this?
What is the Best Method to Get Larger Hips?
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Basically you have 2 choices. One involves liposuction of fat from various areas and fat transfer to your hips. This procedure is simialr to a brazilian butt lift. It will work but will not produce optimal results. The other option involves use of lower back flaps that can be turned under while doing a lower body lift with outer thigh lift. I have done a few of these cases with very good results. See the link below for pictures.
I believe Fat is your best option..... if you have enough
Just like the Brazilian Butt Lift, Fat Grafting can be performed to increase the size of one's hips. It is a little more limited, because there isn't as much soft tissue in that area to graft the fat into. But, it is something that I do in most of my Brazilian Butt Lift patients to provide the shape that many patients want.
Best method to get larger hips
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Options for enlarging the hips
Other than weight gain the best method to achieve increase size of the hips is through the use of fat grafts via injection or the use of adipocutaneous rotation flaps performed at the time of dermolipectomy (buttock and thigh lift) procedures.
Want larger hips
If you see a surgeon who aesthetically agrees with the concept of providing larger hips, then you should inquire as to the possibility of having fat injections for this purpose.
Already Has Large Buttocks; What is Best Method to Get Larger Hips?
When in Los Angeles, In and Out Burgers with fries and a milk shake should do the trick. In Fort Lauderdale, looks like you will have to settle for Krystal, Mickey D's, Burger King, and Carl's Jr. I hear that Jack's Old Fashion may add a few calories as well. Can't guarantee that your large buttocks won't also get a bit larger. Good luck and be well.
The best way to get bigger lips is a filler like Juvederm. Even though it is temporary, it gives you a chance to see what it is like. If you don't like it, you can wait until it wears off or add an enzyme that makes it go away faster. I would not recommend doing something permanent like an implant as your first step.
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