Author Topic: Hip Widening Surgery now avaliable via a new technique called Minimal Invasive Plate Osteosynthesis  (Read 2402 times)

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Offline amandam

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I think this is a good option for those trans who have narrow hips.

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I think this is a good option for those trans who have narrow hips.

Agreed. Providing its fairly safe I can totally see why trans or cis women would be interested.
Fat transfer to the hips tends to sit better if someone already had wide hips.
For a dramatic change its implants. Adding a couple of inches to the hips does incredible things to feminize one's shape. It may not be everyone's preferred look however wide hips is always seen as very female.

I would definitely consider this 10 years down the line if it's widely done in the States. Butt implants have given arise to some amazing bodies and this is probably long term going to be a new edition.

South Korea always pushing the boundaries.


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Agreed. Providing its fairly safe I can totally see why trans or cis women would be interested.
Fat transfer to the hips tends to sit better if someone already had wide hips.
For a dramatic change its implants. Adding a couple of inches to the hips does incredible things to feminize one's shape. It may not be everyone's preferred look however wide hips is always seen as very female.

I would definitely consider this 10 years down the line if it's widely done in the States. Butt implants have given arise to some amazing bodies and this is probably long term going to be a new edition.

South Korea always pushing the boundaries.
Absolutely. If this is safe then I think it's a great option for people. I know I would love wide hips to feminise my figure.

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I would personally sign up today if it was possible :D

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A test for a rare titanium allergy would be see if you can handle a dental implant made out of titanium.

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Compared to all of the other trans related surgeries I have had, this would be a small thing.  I'd do it.
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I'd think about it only because I have a bad hip already.

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A test for a rare titanium allergy would be see if you can handle a dental implant made out of titanium.

Yeah that makes sense as a test. Let's see how this operation goes over the next few years. If the top US surgeons start doing it, that's a sign its safe. If they don't, it's probably one of those has significant risks... Like voice work is.

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say this a few days ago http://ostymeditech.com/ and like the contact address is in the usa..honsetly count me in...
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Ok, I'm officially watching this like a hawk...

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say this a few days ago http://ostymeditech.com/ and like the contact address is in the usa..honsetly count me in...

Hi Veronica,

I wonder how much this procedure costs.  It looks very interesting.  I would like to some real before and after pictures.
Thanks for the link.
Paige :)

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Hi Veronica,

I wonder how much this procedure costs.  It looks very interesting.  I would like to some real before and after pictures.
Thanks for the link.
Paige :)

Same, tho the reality of me affording this...
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Absolutely. If this is safe then I think it's a great option for people. I know I would love wide hips to feminise my figure.

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Lots of Us would! We are in the era of Curvy. Be it small and curvy, muscle and curves or big and curves. Hips give the hourglass, or bubble butt.

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Is this procedure similar to "limb lengthening" surgeries or how the procedures are done to increase the length/width?

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From what I can see, its a graft onto the hip bone which adds significant width. They say its completely safe, of course take this with a pinch of salt!   As Maid Marion rightly says theres a issue with if the body will tolerate the metal, and of course, other complications we have not yet foreseen......Hips is a difficult area to operate on....would not be like leg bone lengthening, which is a dangerous enough thing, but not as dangerous as the idea of trying to do that bone lengthening to the hips (I struggle to see how it could be done to the hips?)

As they also say lipo, bbl, and butt implants don't do much for shape (trust me, they do!.....case in point is look at Nikki Minaj circa 2008, and today. She looks amazing, of course some of this will be surgery)

Hopefully this will prove safe, and will add to the arsenal of surgical options for the aspiring Bombshell xx

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Besides that, the number of metal detector you can set off at security check points.

Perhaps my stents are too small to set off metal detectors. However, The material use for this would have to be non-magnetic and some form of either titanium or stainless so you wouldn't be torn apart by an MRI.

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A quick look at the "before and after" depictions shows a lot more than hip widening going on.  :-\

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A quick look at the "before and after" depictions shows a lot more than hip widening going on.  :-\

Always do your own thinking, don't let an animator do it for you.

Oh, absolutely.  I finally broke down and looked at this.  Yeah...

The procedure places a titanium cap atop and slightly out on the major curve of the hip bones.

On the other hand...  The CGI animations and stills show magical shrinkage of the circumference of the lowest ribs, thickening of the thighs favoring the outside portions, reduction of waist size, and a few other changes.  I cannot find an explanation as to how these metal caps can produce such wide ranging changes at so many sites.

I bet if pressed that they will say those images represent changes from the titanium caps plus various other services offered by the surgeons; implants, rib removal/fracturing, liposuction, abdominoplasty...
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Oh, absolutely.  I finally broke down and looked at this.  Yeah...

The procedure places a titanium cap atop and slightly out on the major curve of the hip bones.

On the other hand...  The CGI animations and stills show magical shrinkage of the circumference of the lowest ribs, thickening of the thighs favoring the outside portions, reduction of waist size, and a few other changes.  I cannot find an explanation as to how these metal caps can produce such wide ranging changes at so many sites.

I bet if pressed that they will say those images represent changes from the titanium caps plus various other services offered by the surgeons; implants, rib removal/fracturing, liposuction, abdominoplasty...


Yes, as much as I hate too, I would have to agree. And I didn't even knowing that people are getting rib removal/fracturing or abdominoplasty. And what about the thighs and butt below the hip bones? If you are not already well endowed in these areas, It could end up making you look worse. We all hope for that easy magical procedure that will make us beautiful and passable but the reality is, it's still going to take all the painful procedures we must go through, and we still may not be all that happy with those results. Ok! Well, back to hoping for an alien abduction. Darn, I was so hoping.


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I watched the video/animation and it seems entirely different from "limb lengthening" surgery.
This procedure doesn't actually increase the hip's width, the titanium do the job i'm assuming and they're supposed to stay in place?
Wouldn't they have to be changed every now and then?
But I mean other than that.... I just like how it refers to the "hourglass shape"
I hate my shape...

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