How Can I Get a Inverted V Intergluteal Fold While Doing BBL? (photo)

I have a horizontal intergluteal fold and wondering if BBL will help this or do you recommend doing something extra? I would like a heart shape butt..not a triangle one...round on bottom of each cheek.

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Round on bottom, Brazilian Butt Lift

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Dear Mama,

I think you are reading too much on line and haven't pieced everything together properly.  Your terminology is somewhat confused.  The intergluteal fold can only be vertical, not horizontal and "round on bottom" would be a triangular or A frame shape, not heart shaped.  I would recommend consultation with an American Board of Plastic Surgery certified plastic surgeon to better clarify your goals and needs.  You have a very nice starting structure and should obtain a fantastic result once these are well defined.  Good luck!


Manhattan Plastic Surgeon
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Brazilian Butt Lift

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One needs to look at Brazilian Butt Lift as a body contouring surgery. The shape of the love handles( Flanks) and lowe back, thighs, and abdomen are essetial integral parts to shape and sculpt.

The buttock can be shaped bt artfully distributing the fat where it can be shaped to the desires shape. One need to pay special attention to the depression at the lateral hip joint area to shape the buttocks.

Samir Shureih, MD
Baltimore Plastic Surgeon

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