I'd like a rounder, plumper and somewhat perkier bottom that looks natural. I've met with 2 docs about BBL. However, I've had liposuction done in most areas twice & therefore have little to no "harvestable" fat for the BBL. Therefore, I'm interested in getting butt implants and possibly a butt lift. I got a quote from a pretty well known doctor in Rosarito, Mexico who recommended silimed implants and a lift. I'm 40 years old, 5'4" 130 pounds and in excellent health. What do you recommend I do?
What do you recommend to plump up my flattening, sagging rear and cellulite outer thighs? (photo)
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Thank you for posting a picture. I would recommend Cellulaze; this procedure is minimally invasive and will help to smooth out lumpy, dimpling skin. Please consult with your surgeon to be sure this is the best procedure for you.
For treating #cellulite, my office typically recommends one of three treatment plans: #Cellfina, #VelaShape III, #ThremiSmooth.
#Cellfina is the newest technology and probably most effective. It is a minimally invasive one-time procedure under local anesthetic that removes the fibrous bands under the skin that cause fat to bulge through creating the appearance of cellulite. The results are fairly #permanent.
#VelaShape and #ThermiSmooth are #non-invasive #bodyshaping products that can help reduce the appearance of your cellulite over the course of multiple sessions.
Book an in-person consultation with a #BoardCertified #PlasticSurgeon to determine which treatment plan is right for you.
Best of luck.
What do you recommend to plump up my flattening, sagging rear and cellulite outer thighs?
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- Your photos suggest to me that liposuction has led to loose skin in the lower back, causing buttock drooping,
- If correct, I would consider a back and buttock lift before a buttock implant,
- I do not recommend having buttock implants far from home -- infection is a risk and needs lengthy care if it occurs.
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