The Plastic Surgery Truth to Getting an Instagram Butt
We spoke with Board Certified plastic surgeon Dr. Melissa Doft, MD, who specializes in a broad range of cosmetic and reconstructive treatments and knows a thing or two about how to get that backside that is so wildly popular. First things first, butt implants are SO last season.
“Implants are a lot less popular because they can get infected. They can push on the sciatic nerve, which is basically the big nerve that exits out of the buttocks and runs down the leg through part of your leg muscles. So they can be painful. And then it’s also a much larger incision that you’re putting this implant through, says Doft. She also explains that, ironically, its 20-something Hispanic and African-American women who are more commonly looking to get work done to their rears, and darker skin means darker scars.