Did Kylie Jenner had a surgery on her butt? If yes, is it injections, implants or BBL?

I noticed the butt of Kylie Jenner grew up since few months ... i would like to get the same it's look like natural and big , Could you tell what procedure she had ?

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Did Kylie Jenner had a surgery on her butt? If yes, is it injections, implants or BBL?

I am not sure anyone could reliably answer that but done correctly you can achieve similar results as long as your starting point is similar. It will require aggressive liposuction and fat transfer to the bottom and hips. Seek a plastic surgeon who has performed hundreds of these procedures, has great reviews and photos, and is an expert in this field.

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Thank you for your question.  Depending on your anatomy, you would want to consider the BBL.  This procedure removes fat from areas of your body such as your sides, back, and abdomen and transfers it to your buttocks.  Given this, the fat that you have on your body is the limiting factor.  Please see a board certified plastic surgeon to determine if you have realistic expectations.

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Im not sure what kylie did to enhance her buttock, Whether to have a Brazilian Butt Lift or Buttock implants is a very common question for people seeking more curves. Both procedures are FDA approved and safe but have completely different approaches. The implants are inserted under general anesthesia and it is a one time procedure. A Brazilian butt lift involves liposuction then multiple injections of fat done under general anesthesia. This procedure feels a bit more natural and is done in several sessions so you build up to the desired look. Be sure to consult with a Board Certified Plastic Surgeon when scheduling surgery. It is not safe to inject anything other then your natural fat or to do any implant. 

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