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Cosmetic Surgery: Gluteal Augmentation (Enhancement) - Medical Animation
 
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Cosmetic Surgery: Gluteal Augmentation (Enhancement) - Medical Animation
This 3D animation shows a cosmetic procedure where the surgeon makes the buttocks appear more rounded and fuller. The surgery begins with two flaps created in the subcutaneous tissue above the buttocks, which are then folded downward and tucked under pockets in the rump so that the buttocks appear fuller.

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