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Implants on thin women - questions!

Implants on thin women - questions!

Postby bittersweetxo » Tue Mar 25, 2014 11:48 am

Hi there, I've been looking into getting a butt augmentation.
I'm 5'8 about 125lbs, although i do have thighs and my hips are the widest part of my body. My butt is also wide and flat, but all the fat is towards the bottom.. I have a lot of loose skin in that area, its just saggy and sad looking.

I have been going to the gym and what not but I most definitely am not achieving the look I want nor do I think it is possible lol

My question is are they uncomfortable?
do you constantly feel them? or are they like breast implants just after awhile they just feel like they were always apart of you? Also how many CC's do you ladies suggest?

I will upload a photo of the look I would like to achieve.. maybe even a little bigger as i have a bigger frame then her.

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Re: Implants on thin women - questions!

Postby MsPlastic » Fri Apr 25, 2014 7:06 pm

If you are thin or likely to lose weight, please do NOT attempt implants.
(unless you are okay with them looking fake)

I know the doctors try to conceal the implant within or under the muscle....BUT when you are thin, the implant ridges show as you just do everyday moves (walking, bending)
They do stick out, they are not going to look natural like fat grafting or injections.

Yes, the common advice is buttock implants are the safest option if you are not a good candidate for fat transfer etc.. etc... But plastic surgeons don't tell you they are not going to be entirely natural, they tell us what we want to hear.

Any sort of implant (breast, buttock) usually look good on someone who already is fleshy and has a bit of meat on them.

It is entirely your decision, however that's just my own opinion.
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Re: Implants on thin women - questions!

Postby Ladybelle2 » Sat May 24, 2014 4:47 pm

Did you decide on whether you are getting implants? I'm 5'7 125lbs and was told I was too skinny for a BBL and gaining weight is a bad idea so my only option is butt implants. Am also concerned that they feel uncomfortable, but have spoken to some ladies that say it's well worth it and u can only feel them when u lay on a hard surface. I have spoken to Dr Salama in Miami and his results are very nice. He uses the harder silicone implants and for that reason alone I'm looking into Dr.Gongora in Mexico.
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Re: Implants on thin women - questions!

Postby lily3 » Sun May 25, 2014 2:49 pm

I was 109 lbs when I got mine a few years ago. They are placed under my muscle and they do not look entirely fake. However, on one of the cheecks the ridges are visible, and it's funny looking when I am standing (without clothes/bikini on). While the other cheek looks completely natural. Another thing is the feel. I have had some comments about my ass feeling hard, from people that didn't know I had them. I guess it's true. I wish I did not get them and I tried to accept myself the way I was, but on the other hand it does look great with clothes on and I did gain confidence when wearing clothes. It's hard to say. But now, after 3.5 years, I still constantly feel them. I can't say they are entirely a part of me.
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Re: Implants on thin women - questions!

Postby clau11 » Tue Jun 17, 2014 12:25 pm

bittersweetxo wrote:Hi there, I've been looking into getting a butt augmentation.
I'm 5'8 about 125lbs, although i do have thighs and my hips are the widest part of my body. My butt is also wide and flat, but all the fat is towards the bottom.. I have a lot of loose skin in that area, its just saggy and sad looking.

I have been going to the gym and what not but I most definitely am not achieving the look I want nor do I think it is possible lol

My question is are they uncomfortable?
do you constantly feel them? or are they like breast implants just after awhile they just feel like they were always apart of you? Also how many CC's do you ladies suggest?

I will upload a photo of the look I would like to achieve.. maybe even a little bigger as i have a bigger frame then her.

Image


Image

http://www.cosmeticharmony.com/2012/07/31/perfect-butt/
(photos of Model Jen Selter)
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Re: Implants on thin women - questions!

Postby clau11 » Tue Jun 17, 2014 12:27 pm

bittersweetxo wrote:Hi there, I've been looking into getting a butt augmentation.
I'm 5'8 about 125lbs, although i do have thighs and my hips are the widest part of my body. My butt is also wide and flat, but all the fat is towards the bottom.. I have a lot of loose skin in that area, its just saggy and sad looking.

I have been going to the gym and what not but I most definitely am not achieving the look I want nor do I think it is possible lol

My question is are they uncomfortable?
do you constantly feel them? or are they like breast implants just after awhile they just feel like they were always apart of you? Also how many CC's do you ladies suggest?

I will upload a photo of the look I would like to achieve.. maybe even a little bigger as i have a bigger frame than her.

Image


Image

http://www.cosmeticharmony.com/2012/07/31/perfect-butt/
(photos of Model Jen Selter)
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Re: Implants on thin women - questions!

Postby Quasimodo » Thu Jun 30, 2016 12:22 am

Hello:

I have the second to smallest implants, I think they were 260 ccs. At the time I was approximately a size 12-14, but I lost weight and wore 00 and I didn't notice anything except that my behind had extra saggy skin hanging from the bottom, but the implant stayed the same. I do have thick skin and it's not thin.

Since my upper body is two to three sizes larger than my bottom half, I was so much bigger on top compared to my bottom half. Ribcage, boobs, everything. No amount of fat grafting was going to stay because my bottom half didn't have fat. I am straight as a stick from the waist down. I've gone to great lengths to try and make myself balanced, but it hasn't been easy. I had a breast reduction, but there is no way to make my chest narrow.

I've been SO happy with my butt implants. The doctor will recommend the best size for you. I don't think you can go in and pick whatever size you want. If it won't fit it won't fit. And if it's too small, the doctor will tell you that it won't do anything for you and it isn't worth the time or money, IF your doctor is a GOOD doctor. I wanted larger implants and my doctor would not give them to me. The rim of the implant would show and would curve around my hip. My hips were so small and to put in the larger sized implants in, would also cover the back sides of my hips, so I was stuck with only small or smaller. No teardrop, no option or CC options for me, I only had that one kind and that one CC and that was it. I was limited. I also tried a fat transfer in a spot with no fat and it was absorbed within two weeks. I lost $2,000.00 for nothing, so I was not willing to lose a lot of money for another fat transfer in large spots where there was no fat to begin with and have that disappear again. Been there, done that. Only implant surgery is a permanent option for me.

My doctor was right on the money and I've had no issues with my implants. It's hard as rocks, remember ABS OF STEEL? This is GLUTES OF STEEL. It does move up when you sit, but you get used to it and it does get a little achy, but you shouldn't be sitting so long anyway, it's bad for your health.

I only have great things to say because pants fit me better, I'm more even than I ever was before, not much saggy, droopy drawers, and no more jodhpur designed in all of my pants for me. Dresses also fit better than a flappy butt area.

It was relatively new procedure at the time and my doctor was extremely careful about the size, the placement and the care of his patients. I will NEVER have them removed unless there is a complication and I do not foresee that ever happening to me.

It won't completely take away the sagging skin, but it will give you a butt and it will help you fill out the back side of your pants, which I never, ever could, no matter what. A large behind was never in my genes.

If anyone has any ideas of how to get the sagging bottom half of a butt done, I'm looking. I'd rather not have a crescent cut, but that may be my only option.
I WANNA LOOK LIKE NICOLE!!!!
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