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TriBeCa Plastic Surgery

Sydney R. Coleman, MD  |  Mary Lombardi, PA-C

Having a shapely booty is becoming more and more popular; gone are the days when women worried that their pants made their butt look big. However, many women struggle to gain the voluptuous curvature of a full butt. While people tout online that it’s all about the exercises you perform, some women simply can achieve their ideal butt shape on their own. That’s where the butt augmentation procedure comes in.

Slim model shows off backsideNatural Filler for Natural Results

There are two types of butt augmentation: implants and fat transfer. While implants have their own set of benefits (such as predetermined volume and a larger size increase), many women are turning to fat transfer to achieve the butt they desire. So, what’s so great about fat transfer?

The simple answer is the natural results. Since fat is transferred to the buttocks through a multi-layer placement technique, the shape and profile of your buttocks can be custom-tailored to your natural frame. Additionally, since all the fat is patient-derived, the filler is compatible with your body and blends seamlessly.

Full Body Contouring

If you have ever wished you could use the fat from your tummy to add volume and shape to your butt, fat transfer may be right for you. A special liposculpture technique is used to harvest fat for transfer, which contours problem fatty areas and provides more slender definition. Common areas of fat removal include:

  • Abdomen
  • Hips
  • Thighs
  • Lower back

Liposuction may also be performed around the edge of your buttocks to enhance the definition and create a better profile.

Why Wait?

Winter is the ideal time to undergo fat transfer because you will be completely healed in time for summer. If you have been struggling to achieve a bikini-ready booty in the gym, schedule your consultation at TriBeCa Plastic Surgery to see if fat transfer can help you.

If you would like to enhance the shape and size of your buttocks, schedule your consultation today! Call us at (212) 571-5200 or contact us online.