Butt Enhancer That Works: Is There a Pill for Making the Buttocks Bigger?
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Pills and Creams to Enhance your Buttock
The Brazilian butt lift (fat transfer to the buttock) is so popular because it enables your plastic surgeon to transform your entire shape. Liposuction is performed over several areas depending on the individual patient needs, but typically of the flanks, abdomen, back and thighs. You currently have a very square shape (which is more common than most people realize).
The amount of fat needed depends on the shape and needs of each individual patient, however in general at least 500cc per buttock need to be placed to see a significant difference. On average patients typically receive around 800cc per buttock side for a total of 1600cc of fat transfer. However just like a breast augmentation the amount of fat needed various from patient to patients. Also the sculpting done with the liposuction is a big part of the procedure to improve the overall shape.
However if a patient has a BMI of 22 they typically will have enough fat for the Brazilian butt lift. If they are smaller than this then they will need to consider doing an augmentation with implants.
The butt implants are a good option for patients that are too thin for the Brazilian butt lift and want to enhance their shape. The implants give patients a good option.
Butt enhancer that works.
There are several pills out there that claim you will have a better shaped, fuller butt. Do they work? NO! The only way to enhance volume or fix shape around your butt area would be through surgery. The most popular procedure is called the "brazilian butt lift." This is a procedure designed to improve the shape and appearance of the gluteal region. This surgery uses a combination of liposuction and fat grafting (i.e. fat injections with the patient’s own fat) to produce a fuller, firmer, more youthful-appearing buttocks. Consult with a board certified plastic surgeon who is experienced in performing this procedure for best results.
Butt Enlarging Pill
yes. There are a LOT of butt enlarging pills outer there. They are usually on the shelf next to the thigh shrinking pill, the breast and penis growing pills and the fat-go-away pills. And they all work, Right????
Anyone buying such pills proves the adage that "one (a sucker) is born every minute" and should look in the equally "efficient" brain growing pills on the far side of those heavily stacked shelves...
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There are no pills for butt enhancement
There are actually MANY pills out there that claim to make the buttock smaller, however, none that I have heard of (that work) to make it larger. This can only be achieved through working out or through surgery.
There is no pill to enlarge your buttocks
A nicely rounded buttock that is in balance with the hips is a desire of many women these days, and because of that you may see a lot of ads for a pill or supplement to "make you bigger." Same thing goes for men's supplements. Read carefully...most will say "not intended to treat any condition" as a disclaimer.
Weight gain, exercise (the gluteus is your body's biggest muscle), and weight loss in the hips may all create a more attractive non-surgical curve to the buttock area.
By far the dramatic results will only be gained by fat injections (a "brazilian buttock lift") and implants.
Weight loss patients with a lot of sagging may benefit from a procedure called "buttock auto-augmentation" where tissue is transferred and the buttocks are lifted.
Sorry - no magic pill
Sorry, there is no magic pill out there. Consider the BBL procedure. The BBL procedure involves harvest fat from areas of your body where there is excess fat and injecting that fat carefully into the central zone of your buttock. In addition, it involves liposculpting the buttock to facilitate a more rounded look. The common donor sites for this procedure is your posterior waist/flanks, lateral thighs, back, waist, and anterior tummy. Please visit with a board certified plastic surgeon to learn more about your options.
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