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In 2014, Full Bottoms Were More Popular Than Ever
Posted by Laurence Weider on February 11, 2015
Looking back on 2014, it’s easy to see which celebrity body part created the most hubbub. Some pop-culture commentators even made a list of their favorite “2014 booty moments.”
The lists include attention-grabbing moves from celebrities who like to show off their assets. Beyonce’s MTV Video Music Awards performance made the cut, as did Nicki Minaj’s eye-popping “Anaconda” video. Jennifer Lopez and Iggy Azalea got a shoutout for their very sexy “Booty” music video — and, of course, Kim Kardashian brazenly displayed her naked bottom on the cover of Paper magazine.
Ladies looking to create a voluptuous derriere of their own visited plastic surgeons. Buttock augmentation was the fastest-growing plastic surgery in 2013, increasing by 58 percent over the course of the year, according to the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery.
If you would like a buttocks augmentation, or Brazilian Butt Lift, in Dallas, Texas, you might have found the doctor you’ve been looking for. Weider Plastic Surgery has an accredited operating room and a two-bed recovery room with overnight stay facilities. Our onsite operating room offers a safe and convenient location at a substantial savings compared to a hospital or surgery center.
Contact Weider Plastic Surgery to find out how you can use your own fat — removed via liposuction from your abdomen, inner and outer thighs, “love handles” or lower back. — to safely enhance your buttocks.
Dr. Weider, a native of Southern California, is a Board-Certified Plastic Surgeon who has maintained a private practice in Dallas, TX since 1999. After attending Stanford University, he obtained his medical degree (M.D.) from Baylor College of Medicine in Houston. He then completed a one year surgical internship in Los Angeles at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center, followed by a four year general surgery residency in Dallas at Methodist Medical Center, and a two year plastic surgery fellowship in Cleveland at Case Western Reserve University.