The American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS) recently highlighted a trend in plastic surgery that you may (or may not) find surprising: In the past year, there was close to 100% growth in butt augmentation procedures.
The butt just got bigger
A butt with oomph is the one people seem too want these days. Long gone, it seems, are the days when women wanted tiny rear ends, more like a guy’s. Vogue magazine even declared this “the Era of the Booty,” and women (and men) in their 20s especially, are loving the look of females with curvier backsides. And they’re turning to surgery to get them.
Putting fat you don’t want where you do
Popularly called the Brazilian butt lift, it’s an augmentation procedure that involves taking fat from the stomach or thighs and injecting it into the buttocks. As with all surgery, butt augmentation is not without its risks. The Brazilian butt lift is quite popular because it can offer good results and minimal complications.
Here’s what the BBL is known for, specifically:
It can increase fullness
It can increase roundness
It can increase the projection of your buttocks
The procedure can also improve your figure’s overall the balance.
A move forward that comes from behind
Many patients report feeling more confident and better about their whole body after their augmentation procedure. After many years of not liking your shape, may find that the procedure truly enhances your self-image and confidence. And results are immediately visible and long lasting.
An important reminder about fat
With any type of fat transfer surgery, you have to remember that wanted fat behaves just like unwanted fat in your body. So if you gain weight, the shape of your rear end can change and grow. Likewise, if you lose weight, you can lose some of the volume provided by the fat transfer as the fat shrinks. And your body will reabsorb some of the transferred fat.
Ready to transfer some attention to the rear?Call for a butt augmentation consultation today:
For Pinole (East Bay) office, call (510) 724-8282;
For Larkspur (North Bay) office, call (415) 461-5755.
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