Butt augmentation with cement hit the limelight in 2011, when a Florida woman endured serious injuries after getting a combination of cement, mineral oil, and super glue inserted into her buttocks. Both the patient and the doctor, named Oneal Ron Morri, are responsible for this travesty. It is important to understand that in the United States, these products have not been approved for use in buttock enhancement. Substances like cement, liquid silicone injection, super glue, and hydrogel are lethal because they can even cause immediate death. If your buttock shape is casing your self-esteem to plummet, and if you have the money, you must choose the right and safe plastic surgery procedure. The Florida woman mentioned above was lured into the deadly procedure by the low price of $700. She fell into the trap, thinking it was a great money-saving deal over safer options such as fat transfer. She then spent thousands of dollars on the medical bill in a attempt to recover from the injuries caused by the cement injection. Before undergoing plastic surgery, is important to conduct a thorough background check on your plastic surgeon. Steer clear of anyone who is not a board-certified plastic surgeon. In my practice in Houston, I am using the safest option of fat transfer for butt augmentation. In addition to being safe, the procedure delivers impressive results.