Do Many Men Get the Brazilian Buttlift

Do Many Men Get the Brazilian Buttlift

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Male Brazilian butt lift

Males can and do get a Brazilian butt lift. Again the liposuction is done to obtain donor fat and then the fat is injected into the buttocks to change shape. In a female the goal is to create curves and projection. In a male the girl is to create a more muscular buttocks with projection. In a male liposuction done on the abdomen is done to enhance the sixpack and the fat injection to the buttocks is also done to give a more muscular look.

Miami Plastic Surgeon
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Women get Brazilian butt lift more than men

Although some men do get the Brazilian butt lift, this procedure is more popular among women.  But there is no reason why men cannot get it too.

James Tang, MD
Houston Plastic Surgeon
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Mainly women but open to men

In my practice, Brazilian butt lifts are mainly performed on women. There's nothing stopping a man from getting the procedure done, however.  

Ronald Levine, MD
Toronto Plastic Surgeon
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Do men get the Brazilian Butt Lift?

The Brazilian Butt Lift is becoming a very popular procedure; in fact in our office it has become the number one procedure. It is more popular in women than men, although many men are seeking the procedure. The problem with men is that many do not have sufficient donor fat. If you are truly interesetd in the procedure you should seek out a plastic surgeon who specializes in the Breazilian Butt Lift and who has experience in recognizing fat donor sites.

George Lefkovits, MD
New York Plastic Surgeon
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Brazilian Buttock lift

Is this a  "NOSEY" question?


Samir Shureih, MD
Baltimore Plastic Surgeon
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