HOTTEST TRENDS IN PLASTIC SURGERY: the “Kardashian Effect” with Lily Jang & Dr. Rose

UPDATED 11/9/15:

The ‘Kardashian Effect’: Women aim for curvy look with plastic surgery

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HOUSTON – Brazilian Buttock Lifts are the fastest growing trend in plastic surgery and doctors call it “the Kardashian effect.”

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Mendoza wanted the rest of her body to look as young as her face. After two kids, she decided it was time to get a Brazilian butt lift. Meet 38-year-old Barbara Mendoza, of Katy, Texas.

“I’m from Venezuela, so it’s normal in my country to be curvy. I was thinking more like where I come from,” Mendoza said.

She came to Dr. Franklin Rose at Utopia Plastic Surgery and Med Spa for her new curves.

“It’s very common for us to do liposuction, tummy tuck, maybe even some breast work at the same time we’re doing the buttock lift,” Rose said.

Rose did liposuction on Mendoza’s mid-section and injected that fat into her buttocks for the “Kardashian” curve. The recovery? Just a long weekend.

“You’re just doing the liposuction and fat graphs to the buttocks, quick. Do it on a Thursday, go back to work on a Monday,” Rose said.

These $5,000 to $6,000 Brazilian butt lifts are in high demand. Rose performs up to four of them a month.

Mendoza says getting this lift has actually helped her stay in shape.

“When you have surgeries, you have to go to the gym, but you feel more healthy,” she said.

When she looks in the mirror, she likes what she sees, and more importantly, loves how she feels.

“And I feel like with more confidence. I believe in me. I can do this,” she said.

And she’s finally getting used to the comments and the attention from men and women.

“Sometimes I feel nervous because they look at me like, wow. That makes me feel weird but I’m OK with that,” Mendoza said. “I know this sounds superficial, but I feel beautiful. I feel sexy. I feel sensual.”

 

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HOT NEW TRENDS IN PLASTIC SURGERY: Friday on CH 11 with Lily Jang & Houston Plastic Surgeon Dr. Franklin Rose

HOUSTON, TEXAS: On KHOU Channel 11 Friday morning, Emmy nominated journalist & morning news anchor Lily Jang will feature Dr. Franklin Rose and patients as they discuss the hottest trends in plastic surgery today.

Tune in to follow the stories of three patients before, during, and after their trendy new plastic surgeries by one of Houston’s most popular plastic surgeons Dr. Franklin Rose.

First up, Lily will chat with a female patient who has had a Brazilian buttock-lift; this hot new trend in plastic surgery involves body contouring and fat transfer to harvest fat from certain areas of the body and transfer to the buttock area. The Brazilian buttock-lift is one of the hottest new procedure today that is growing in popularity among many.

Next, Lily visits with a prominent attorney who has argued before the United States Supreme Court looking for a more youthful appearance while still maintaining a natural look. Often we see men who seek a rhinoplasty following a sports injury or to improve breathing function. More and more, men are visiting the plastic surgeon desiring to improve specific problem areas of the aging face such as the neck, cheek and jowl areas. Plastic surgery procedures for men are becoming more common-place for men of all ages than ever!

And then, the Utopia Liquid Lunchtime Facelift, – the answer for many who seek subtle improvements and who often do not have the downtime required for a surgical procedure. This special combination of techniques by Dr. Rose can be done in the office and provides INSTANT GRATIFICATION with a beautiful and natural result – and the best part is that you can return to work the following day! Find out how it works on our blog: https://drfranklinrosemd.com/liquid-lunchtime-facelifts-chin-implants-dr-franklin-rose/

“With these new plastic surgery procedures growing in popularity, certainly I think these types of procedures will become more prevalent than ever before,” said Houston Plastic Surgeon Dr. Franklin Rose of Utopia Plastic Surgery and Medical Spa.

Tune in to KHOU Friday morning, November 6th at 6 am with Emmy nominated journalist & morning news anchor Lily Jang on Channel 11 in Houston.

 

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