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0 Comment September 23, 2018

Types and sizes of butt implants

Hi, this is Dr. Hourglass, and welcome to another video in our channel Bootyman. Today we are going to discuss: The types and sizes of butt implants. In this channel, we will discuss everything you need to know about buttock enhancement procedures.

Welcome back! Buttock implants are available in different types and sizes. Which type and size of butt implant are best for you depend on the aesthetic flaws in your buttocks, your aesthetic goals, your overall health condition, and your plastic surgeon’s preferences and recommendations.
Generally, there are 4 types of butt implants that have been categorized on the basis of style. The most common butt implant type is style 3, which is round and non-directional in shape. Style 3 butt implants can be used in the conventional planes of insertion, such as sub-fascial and intra-muscular.
Style 3 butt implants provide a regular increase in butt projection, in addition to upper pole fullness. They provide sufficient flexibility to the surgeon in terms of surgical techniques. Since this type of implant is non-directional, it is almost completely free of the risk of implant displacement or migration.
Style 1 and style 2 butt implants need a particular orientation and placement. They are not shaped the same way in all directions, meaning they have to be placed inside the buttocks in a certain manner. Their dimensions are different. They can deliver impressive aesthetic results when placed sub-fascial to attain a pre-cast preferred regularity. However, the results depend to a greater extent on the surgeon’s sense of aesthetics and artistry.
The last type of butt implant is style 4. These are basically custom-tailored gluteal implants that come with mirrored sides – one for each butt. The surgeon can craft this type of gluteal implant to suit your anatomy and aesthetic goals before placing it inside the buttocks. Style 4 implants are rarely used.
Each type of gluteal implant comes in a number of sizes. The plastic surgeon will examine your buttocks and skin and know your aesthetic goals before recommending a particular implant size.
Bigger is not always better. Some patients insist on getting huge implants that cannot properly fit into the buttocks, or do not complement the overall body outline and profile of the patients. This makes the buttocks look abnormal and weird. Ideally, the implant size should be suitable for your butt dimensions and overall body profile.
The size of butt implants generally ranges from 200 cc to 700 cc for each implant. The size can even be customized according to your needs. The most common sizes fall in the range of 360 cc to 580 cc.

In this video we discuss: The types and sizes of butt implants. Next week, will discuss: Fat placement over buttock implants. Remember to comment below, share this video, like this video, and subscribe to our channel for more information, here at the Bootyman channel, only on YouTube. Also log in to our website www.drhourglass.com for more information about your procedure and to see amazing surgical results. If you have a question please post it below and we will be happy to answer it. Maybe we will make a video about it.

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