Does anyone else get really excited to learn about upcoming trends in the beauty world? They say that if you choose a profession you love, you’ll never work a day in your life, and we are definitely feeling good about what we do today! Learning about new trends, technologies, and treatments gets us so excited because we want to deliver what you’re asking for!
We’re diving into a study recently done by the American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery about all of the latest trends in the plastic surgery world. Essentially, we’re able to compare what we’ve seen in our practice and how statistics show the rest of the plastic surgery world at large. It’s interesting to see and forecast what you might be asking us for very soon! Keep reading for some interesting highlights.
Demand for fillers is on the rise, and for more dramatic results than ever before. So many treatments can be replicated or replaced by dermal fillers or injectables, which helps cut down on your recovery time and expensive costs. If you’re interested in rhinoplasty, for example, fillers might be able to replace that procedure entirely. If you want to smooth out a bump on the bridge of your nose or adjust the angle of the tip of your nose, fillers might be a great option for you.
We think fillers are also more in demand because the technology is getting so good. Regardless of where you want them, there’s a good option that will offer you more natural results than ever before. Soft fillers are more natural looking when used on the lips, because lips naturally have a little more “give” to them. Chins and cheeks wouldn’t look as realistic with a soft filler, so more firm fillers are available to help strengthen a weak chin and make it look like you were born with it.
Patients in their twenties are more interested in treatments, before the need for invasive procedures occurs. Laser treatments are increasing collagen levels, and Botox injections are preventing wrinkle-formation in these younger patients. Perhaps the rise of social media has a little influence here?