Cosmetic Surgery

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The year 2015 is quickly coming to a close, and as we review all of the plastic surgery/cosmetic procedure trends that occurred, we are looking forward to what’s in store for 2016. So what are your predictions for the most innovative procedures for the new year? Since our crystal ball is cloudy, we enlisted the experts to predict the latest cosmetic procedures and anti-aging treatments trending. Here are 5 predictions the aesthetic experts are expecting to see in 2016:

  1. Non-Surgical Treatments– We all want to preserve defining features. Alternative treatments like Botox, Juvederm and laser treatments make it possible without going under a knife. The procedures are fundamentally painless and typically require little to no down time.
  2. Nip /Tuck For Men– These days men want to look as attractive as their counterparts. Face- lifts, liposuction, nose jobs and fillers like botox are now a significant part of the aesthetic marketplace. In 2016, they will account for at least 15% of all plastic surgery procedures.
  3. The Young & Old– The rise of the selfie and social media has increased the interest in plastic surgery for younger patients. Younger patients know the significance of anti-aging intervention and more senior patients desire a youthful appearance. It’s never too soon or too late to look and feel amazing.
  4. Use Your Own Fat– There’s new excitement about fat as a cosmetic filler. The use of autologous fat grafting will continue to expand for procedures like body-jet liposuction, Scottsdale breast augmentation, hand rejuvenation and facial procedures. A fantastic method for people who don’t want synthetic fillers in their body.
  5. Non-Traditional Plastic Surgery- Procedures to improve the body’s appearance including butt augmentations and labiaplasties will continue to gain popularity as more patients choose to enhance, and modify their figures.

{Disclaimer: Sponsored post with Dr. Malek M.D.  Views and choice of content are our own}

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