What Size and Shape Butt Implant Will Give Me a Bubble Butt? (photo)
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What Size and Shape Butt Implant Will Give Me a Bubble Butt?
Kenneth Hughes, MD
Los Angeles, CA
Bubble butt implants
Thanks for submitting your pictures. The butt implants that are made of very soft silicone, are coming in different sizes and shapes. The implants manufacturer that I use makes them either round or oval. I do not like the round because it does not look natural. The oval implants are made round gradually in the back side or ' bubble butt' shape, where most of the silicone is concentrated in the bottom part of the oval implants. The bigger the implant, the more bubbly it looks. The most common implant , though, in my practice is oval round. With your displayed anatomy, you should have a very nice result. Consult with a board certified plastic surgeon who does lots of butt implants surgery. Check the before and after picture to make sure that you like the results.
Best of luck,
Nice candidate for autologus BBL/ buen cadidata para aumento de glutes con tu propia grasa
in your case i would remodelate your perpherical BUTTS adding the most fat you have and we get of your whole body, like upper legs, belly, love hands, upper hips, and put it into your butts these ammount plus reshaping will give us an image like 600 cc. on each butt
en tu caso especial que eres delgada, tomaremos grasa de donde halla como abdomen, llantitas, piernas superiores por arriba de las caderas etc pensamos que con la remodelacion y la grasa inyectada nos den una apariencia como de 600 cc en cada gluteo
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Based on the pictures posted, you will benifit from liposuction of the flanks and thatat can be also injected along with the buttock implant.
This will enhance the buttocks.You seem to be able to accomodate a good size implant. The size of the implants depends on your measurement and the elasticity of the skin.
Buttock implants are put in the intramuscular space.
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