Typically, buttock augmentation asymmetries are better corrected with fat because it is more versatile and can fix a spectrum of different deformities. Typically, projection-related asymmetries can be fixed by placing a larger implant on one side than the other. Up to a noticeable difference of 100cc can be corrected. However, using implants of different sizes to correct asymmetries can be complex. Placing an implant to correct the defects in the central part of the buttock will affect the surrounding areas. As a matter of fact, this can even make the asymmetries more prominent by making the peripheral part of the buttock look more indented. For this particular reason, a combination of fat transfers is always advised to correct any asymmetries. The implant will provide the foundation for the projection, while the fat will provide the means to make the buttocks look more natural and beautiful.