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Jennifer Lopez Is Booty-ful At Age 45

August 14, 2014

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Jennifer Lopez’s famous backside was ground zero -according to premiere Butt doctor to the stars Dr. Constantino Mendieta of Miami – for shifting the focus of desirability from boobs to bottom. It was that darn Versace dress she wore in 2000 that shifted the eternal battle in the war between a man’s gaze between tits and ass. Ass is currently in the lead.

In her aptly titled single, “Booty.” Jennifer Lopez at age 45-year-old star poses in a black-and-white bodysuit that reveals most of her buttocks.

She collaborates with Pitbull, Chris Brown and more on the track, which is (if you can believe it) about shaking her well toned behind.


#bootyfromtheblock #bootyandthebeat #naturalbooty #bootybootybootybootybootyeverywhere #jlobooty #LOL @pitbull @chrisbrownofficial @asiabryant @samhookmusic @diplo photo by @gomillionandleupold,” she captioned the above photo on Instagram.

Dr. Mendieta is a popular gluteal augmentation specialist who has penned formal professional studies and authored the book “The Art of Gluteal Sculpting.”

The dramatic increase in requests for gluteal contouring procedures requires is a direct result of actresses like J-Lo according to Dr. Mendieta. His body sculpting work is exceptional and he is featured on The Doctors, VICE (HBO), and Access Hollywood to discuss all things “bottom line.”


Dr. Mendieta tells Monsters and Critics, “Jennifer Lopez and Beyoncé started the craze for an enhanced derriere, not just bigger, but curvier, with nipped in waists and smoothed out silhouettes.”

Blame it on Brazil too, where the perfect beaches and fashion trend of the thong opened up Americans to the idea of a rounder, curvier bum ideal.

“Human buttocks can be augmented by using implants, typically consisting of silicone, or through fat grafting which is really the preferred method,” says Dr. Mendieta.

Dr. Mendieta told M&C in a previous interview that 50 to 75 percent of grafted fat remains intact in the rear for the long haul. “There is less pain, faster recovery and far less risk of complications with fat grafting for patients,” Dr. Mendieta said.

“About 85% of my patient business is gluteal enhancement,” says Dr. Mendieta.”New techniques in Vaser Liposuction allow a superior removal of fat from the areas no one wants, like the waist and flanks, and we then treat the fat in a special process and inject into the areas lacking, reshaping a patient’s physique with their own natural tissue.  The rate of retention now is excellent, with about a 20-30% reduction over time. Some people need minor tweaks to their initial surgery, but the results are so natural and pleasing, it’s really life changing.”

Dr. Mendieta explained there were two general methods used to augment the behind, implants and fat transfers.

Implants, according to Dr. Mendieta, come with more risks than the preferred fat transfers. “What I specialize in is a three-dimensional sculpting of flesh. My work is painstaking and precise, no short-cuts.  Complications with fat grafting are rare. Implants have a much higher risk because the suture wounds can open up or the implants can harden.”

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