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How Doctors Are Prioritizing Care During the Coronavirus Crisis

 

As the COVID-19 statistics become increasingly grim, more hospitals and healthcare systems are postponing nonessential surgeries. While surgeries like breast augmentation and rhinoplasty can wait, many are wondering whether procedures such as reconstructing a breast […]

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How Laser and Radiofrequency Treatments Rejuvenate Your Skin

 

One of the most common aesthetic concerns is how to stop the signs of aging. While some supplements and dietary changes may be able to help, laser and radiofrequency skin treatments are known to be […]

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Botox is Now Being Used for Body Contouring

 

Noninvasive body contouring treatments are incredibly popular these days. But the latest way of sculpting your body without going under the knife? Botox. Along with being an effective way to smooth out wrinkles on the […]

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Traditional Facelift Vs Noninvasive Facelift

 

Are you considering a facelift to reduce the signs of aging? Thanks to dermal fillers and other skin injections, some patients may not need to undergo a surgical facelift. For younger patients who might not need the traditional […]

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Patience is Important After Your Mommy Makeover

 

Motherhood is a beautiful experience, and while mothers adore their children, they are often left feeling unhappy with the ways pregnancy and childbirth have changed their bodies. Loss of volume in the breasts, sagging skin […]

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Tackling Common Tummy Tuck Myths

 

For men and women alike, a flat stomach is the epitome of a fit, healthy and attractive figure. But whether due to genetics, childbearing or lifestyle habits, achieving that slim and smooth belly can feel […]

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The Aesthetic Treatments You Should Be Getting Now in Order to See Results by Summer

 

You don’t have to love winter to acknowledge that the season does come with some unique perks. Perhaps the best of all is that the colder months are the ideal time to rejuvenate your skin, […]

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The Aesthetic Society Unveils 2020 Plastic Surgery Predictions

 

The Aesthetic Society has released its 2020 predictions detailing what plastic surgery trends are expected in the coming year. Insights include specific trends for surgical and non-invasive options, and a forecast that sees a new […]

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Americans Spent More than $16.5 Billion on Cosmetic Plastic Surgery in 2018

 

In a new report from the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS), researchers discovered that Americans spent more than $16.5 billion on cosmetic and minimally invasive procedures in 2018, marking a 4% increase from 2017. […]

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New Plastic Surgery Stats Reveal Trends Toward Body Enhancement

 

Recently released data from the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS) indicate that nearly a quarter million more plastic surgery procedures were performed in 2018 than have been performed is previous years. These statistics suggest […]

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Breast Augmentation and Liposuction Procedures Are Evolving in 2019

 

Plastic surgeons are noticing a shift in the way patients think about breast augmentation and liposuction procedures. For breast augmentation procedures, patients are beginning to choose implants that have a teardrop shape rather than a […]

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Changes to Well-Being or Appearance Likely in 2019

 

RealSelf recently published a survey, which concluded that 82% of adults plan on making changes to their well-being or appearance in 2019. More than 36% of these adults reported that they plan on undergoing one […]

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Cosmetic Procedures on the Rise

 

Minimally-invasive and non-invasive cosmetic procedures are on the rise. In fact, these treatments are growing faster than surgical treatments. The procedure that grew the fastest last year was the use of lasers to treat cellulite. […]

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The Top Plastic Surgery Trends of 2019

 

With the increase in social media use and celebrity cosmetic procedures, plastic surgery has become more mainstream. More people than ever are undergoing cosmetic procedures as a way of boosting their self-confidence and achieving their […]

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Number of Adults Considering Aesthetic Treatments on the Rise

By Mary Broome | October 8, 2018 | plastic surgery trends | Tags: , , ,
 

In 2018, 4 in 5 Americans report a desire to change at least one part of their body. Medical aesthetics treatments have become more widely accepted in self-care routines. According to a survey conducted by […]

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How Plastic Surgery Trends Are Often Influenced by Where You Live

 

The American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS) recently released the annual report on plastic surgery trends. It’s no surprise that selfie culture has brought more people into plastic surgery practices in the past year, asking […]

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Non-surgical Solutions For Stretch Marks

 

It can be disappointing for a new mom when she puts in the work to lose her baby weight only to end up with stretch marks. Some moms find stretch marks innocuous while others are […]

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Why More Men Are Getting Plastic Surgery Right Now

 

Since 1997, the number of men seeking cosmetic surgery and aesthetic procedures has tripled, according to the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, reaching 1.2 million procedures in 2015. Traditionally, women make up the majority […]

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The Changing Shape of Plastic Surgery

By Mary Broome | March 5, 2018 | plastic surgery trends | Tags: , , ,
 

New data released by the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS) shows continued growth in cosmetic procedures in 2017. According to the annual report, there was a 2% increase in the number of surgical and […]

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Have You Heard About The Latest Celebrity-Inspired Plastic Surgery Trend?

By Mary Broome | November 22, 2017 | plastic surgery trends | Tags: , , , , ,
 

(Photo: Samir Hussein/Getty Images via The Hollywood Reporter) Some of the hottest fitness and fashion trends are shining the spotlight on legs. The shape, size and length of the legs can make a dramatic difference on a woman’s overall […]

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The World’s Cosmetic Surgery Capitals

By Mary Broome | July 17, 2017 | plastic surgery trends | Tags:
 

Could you guess the top five countries that make up for almost half of surgical and non-surgical cosmetic procedures? They are America, Brazil, Japan, Italy, and Mexico. Not the countries you had in mind? Us […]

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PRP, Fillers and Injections Are the Biggest Plastic Surgery Trends in 2017

By Mary Broome | June 27, 2017 | plastic surgery trends | Tags: , , ,
 

Many individuals are opting-in for quick trips to the plastic surgeon’s office for, as some like to call it, “tweakments.” These are primarily non-surgical procedures such as fillers and injections (i.e. Botox, Volbella, Kybella, etc.). According to the American Society of Plastic […]

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Fillers and Injections are the Biggest Trends in Plastic Surgery This Year

By Mary Broome | April 17, 2017 | plastic surgery trends | Tags: , , ,
 

By no surprise are dermal fillers and facial injections the latest trends in plastic surgery. These simple ‘tweakments’, as some surgeons like to call them, require no downtime and can easily be done over a lunch break or during a […]

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