Want a smoother shape to torso, hips, and a slightly more defined butt? (photos)
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You certainly stand to have a nice result.
The combination of liposuction and fat grafting is commonly referred to as the Brazilian Butt Lift. As stated, you could expect a very nice improvement, but I would caution you against adding too much volume in the buttocks. It is possible as you age that you will gain weight, and you clearly could experience an unpleasant enlargement in the areas of fat grafting.
Take the time to seek out an experienced Board Certified Plastic Surgeon in your area and you should get have the best experience possible.
You could potential he have improvement from liposuction should you choose.
At your age body many people are excessively concerned with their appearance.
If it all possible I suggest you put on the brakes and wait before deciding to have surgery.
Mats Hagstrom M.D.
Want a smoother shape to torso, hips, and a slightly more defined butt
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By using all these techniques you may get a nice sexy shape.
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thank you for posting your pictures. Very nice body shape!Professional opinion! In case you do not like your "love handles" you will get to the desired result without surgery, changing probably a little some of your eating habits and exercise.
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