Plastic Surgery Predictions for 2014
The overall growth in cosmetic surgery continues to be driven by minimally-invasive procedures and surgical procedures which remain relatively stable. According to the American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery (AAFPRS), most plastic surgeries are predicted to be commonly performed this year. Below are some list of plastic surgeries which may be conducted more this 2014.
1) Fat Transfer
“Facial plastic surgeons are continuously refining their fat harvesting and injection techniques, utilizing a variety of different methods and in some cases, combining fat with other substances, such as platelet rich plasma. Besides restoring volume, the data suggests that adding fat back to the face may also improve the skin texture and tone,” says Ed Farrior, President of the American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery (AAFPRS).
Fat transfer procedures are commonly used nowadays in cosmetic and reconstructive plastic surgery. It is predicted that in 2014, more fat transfer procedures are expected to be performed. This procedure transfers fat from the bodies with excess fat into the areas lacking volume into it.
2) Dermal Filler
Juvederm® Voluma is facial filler that enables to add volume and fullness to facial areas diminishing the advancing age and enhancing facial symmetry. Treatment results often are immediately apparent and restore a more youthful complexion with long-lasting results.
3) Lip Enhancement
Lip enhancement procedure provides you with fuller and desirable lips. This is done through the use of common fillers containing hyaluronic acid, a natural substance found in the body that helps increase volume in your lips.
This is a common procedure popularly done by both male and female clients according to the American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery (AAFPRS). Rhinoplasty is a surgery to reshape the nose changing its appearance. This procedure may also correct structural nose problems related to chronic congestion and breathing problems.
Cryotherapy refers to the use of cold temperature during medical treatments such as plastic surgery. This involves the use of liquid nitrogen having an extreme cold temperature when used in plastic surgery. It is then stored in special flasks and mainly distributed through a precise instrument. This directs the liquid nitrogen to areas where it is needed.
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