Buttock asymmetry is a common condition among women. This aesthetic problem occurs when there is a difference in size, orientation, or shape of the buttocks. Buttock asymmetry mostly runs in the family. Other common factors that make the buttocks asymmetrical include a poorly performed intervention, accidents, trauma, aging, and birth defects. Fat transfer to the buttocks is an effective treatment for asymmetrical buttocks. However, it is important to have the aesthetic condition of your buttocks examined by an experienced plastic surgeon, so a reliable surgical technique can be developed to treat the problem. I have performed fat transfer to the buttocks on hundreds of patients for the treatment of butt asymmetry with an excellent success rate. Depending on the cause and type of the butt asymmetry, a good plastic surgeon would come up with a long lasting and effective solution for you. In order to qualify for the fat transfer procedure, you need to have excess, unwanted fat in your body that can be used as donor fat. If you have excess fat in your abdomen, thighs, sides, flanks, and upper back, you may qualify for the procedure. The fat will be removed from the fat donor sites via liposuction and transferred to the area of the butt that is asymmetrical. The fat grafting process is critical to ensure the butt asymmetry is properly treated. It calls for not only sophisticated surgical skills and techniques, but also an attention to detail, a great sense of aesthetics of the human body, and a high level of artistry. If your buttocks are different in size, the surgery will involve grafting of fat in the smaller butt so it can match the size of the bigger one. If the shape of one of your buttocks is different than the other, the surgeon will use the fat transfer procedure to contour one of the buttocks, so its shape can harmonize with the other one. If one of your buttocks has collapsed and is hanging lower, a fat transfer will lift the butt to the position of the higher butt. On the other hand, when the creases of the buttocks are at varying heights, the fat transfer may not fix the condition. Instead, you will need a surgery to create a new crease at a higher position on the butt that is falling lower. It is critical for a plastic surgeon to examine your buttocks to determine whether the fat transfer procedure can effectively treat the butt asymmetry. In some cases of asymmetrical butt creases, fat grafting can be an effective treatment.