Too much lateral hip fullness
Please see this 31-year old female who no longer has too much lateral hip fullness.
Recent advances in Brazilian Butt Lift have shifted attention from the central buttock to the lateral hip region. The lateral hip region is an extension of the mid-buttock. When the region has a concavity, it is referred to as a lateral hip dip. Lateral hip dips of too much lateral hip fullness are not ideal since they create a break in the smooth transition line that is depicted by the hourglass shape.
When the lateral hip is void, the upper lateral flank and lower lateral thigh bulges are noticeable and characterized by the “double bubble” appearance. Patients today are inclined to have both their central buttock as well as lateral hips filled to improve their back and buttock contour. However, what happens if too much lateral hip volume has been created?
Lateral hip fullness can create a pointed deformity where the lateral hips are pushed too far out. Excessive lateral fullness will result in a compromise in the smooth lateral hip contour. This can be corrected by two techniques. When the skin demonstrates excellent texture and is taut, then liposuction alone can be used to smoothen out too much hip fullness. When the lateral hip skin demonstrates poor texture or is loose then a combination of lateral hip liposuction and a lateral thigh tuck can be used to correct it.
The creation of the optimal lateral hip is the goal of high definition body contouring. High definition body contouring strives to achieve the optimal female body silhouette that is described by an hourglass shape with appropriately shaped lateral hips. If too much lateral hip fullness is created, then the magic of proportionality is lost.
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