In spite of societal stereotypes, plastic surgery isn't just for women. In fact, more and more men have been opting for cosmetic procedures, including buttocks augmentation. According to the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, the percentage of men opting for buttock enhancement rose from 2.2 percent out of total butt procedures to 6.2 percent between 1997 and 2012.
One of the reasons men opt for buttocks augmentation is because they realize that substantial exercise won't necessarily bulk up their posterior. It's a known fact that men and women's bodies are different. Although significant exercise could possibly enhance a women's rear, men find it difficult to perfect this part of their body. New technology has made plastic surgery an effective solution.
"Traditionally, plastic surgery on the buttocks involves the placement of a hard silicone implant that mimics the feel and look of a muscular, much more proportionate rear end. However, a recent trend in plastic surgery has been a move away from silicone towards a fat transfer," reports a plastic surgery-related press release.
In this method, fat is removed from another part of the patient's body and is transferred to his buttocks. However, like all decisions related to plastic surgery, deciding which method to choose is a choice that should be given significant consideration. Silicone might be preferable for certain patients, especially if the patient doesn't have much fat to transfer. Butt implants can also offer predictable results.
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