Im 31 yrs old and recently got a consultaion for a butt implant. Im 5'4, 115 lbs, workout 5 days a week-toned body type, small frame.I have booty but gravity is starting to kick in and I want a bit of a dramatic look, NOT Kim K. or J.Lo dramatic,more of a higher, firmer look. The Dr. 1st told me 275cc would be too much for my body type but after more details she said that the 275cc would look good. Do you think the 275cc would be MUCH to much? I want it obvious but not freaky? pls advise!Tnx.
Is a 275cc Butt Implant Too Big?
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Butt implants size
Thanks for submitting your picture. After performing hundreds of butt augmentation with implants, I can tell you that 275cc implants are on the small side. I would recommend to you, for a moderate enlargement, 375cc or 430cc.. The implants should be oval , placed under the muscle fascia and go from the posterior iliac spine to above the gluteal crease. That will give you a noticable and natural looking enlargement that will not be excessive. Consult with a board certified plastic surgeon that you trust, who performed lots of butt implants and you like his or hers results.
Best of luck,
What Butt Implant is Best for Me?
First of all there is no one perfect implant for every person. The ideal implant depends on the aesthetic goals that each person is trying to achieve from their augmentation. Typically I will take measurements of the buttock and determine what implants will fit your buttock. There are a range of butt implants and profiles (just like breast implants, though not as many).
The implants are a solid silicone implant that comes in round and shaped styles. The round implants are the most common in the U.S. and in my practice. The implants will help shape your butt and hips to give it the projection and round figure that patient hope to achieve. Butt Implants are typically larger then breast implants, as peoples butts are typically larger than their breasts. In my practice the average butt implant range from 400 to 600cc. Please keep in mind that you cannot compare fat transfer and butt implants in terms of volume. Butt implants will give you much more projection and volume per cc than fat will do for your augmentation.
A couple things patients can do is one; have an open discussion with your surgeon about your aesthetic goals. Second is bringing in pictures that have the look that you are trying to achieve, as this will help your surgeon.
Once I know what you are looking for in terms of appearance and what you body can accommodate then we I will give you some implants to choose from and help guide you as to what is best for your aesthetic goals.
Discuss your butt augmentation procedure with a board certified plastic surgeon that performs a high volume of butt augmentations.
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Buttock Implant Size is what will fit securely into the pocket
Since most buttock implants are placed in the submuscular (intragluteal) position, the implant must fit into that pocket. With your small body frame and size, I would say that 275cc is about the most that will likely fit securely into your gluteal muscular space. (making sure to get complete muscular coverage and closure over the implant) It will also likely get you a noticeable buttock size change without being too big. The implant can also be trimmed down during surgery if it looks too big.
The picture you posted is not ideal, but I would make the decision based on your measurements. You seem to have large chest, what is the waist/ and the hip circumference. Then what are the measurement of your buttocks. Based on these measurement you choose the implant size and shape.
You also seem yo have a little fat in the flanks above the buttock, removing that fat will round you buttock then use that fat and any fat you can get from stomach inner, outer thighs and inject to the buttock. these steps will enhance your butt sime. If you still need moore, either gain some weight or use proper size implant in the buttock. Preferably at your age a submuscular implant.
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