Head, Shoulders, Knees, and Toes: Fascinating New Plastic Surgery Trends

August 3, 2018

Cosmetic surgery can vary immensely, from personal desires regarding body part, size, and shape to the overall risk involved, but one thing that always seems to stay the same is its popularity — the industry is estimated to be valued at $13.3 billion! Here are three of the most current cosmetic surgery trends going around in 2018.

  • Perfect Noses: And not just any nose; people seem to be irresistibly drawn to the perfection of Rihanna’s nose. Melissa Doft, a plastic surgeon residing and practicing in New York City, cites its “symmetry, the little upturn, and the fact that it’s straight” as an explanation for its popularity. The 30-year-old singer’s sniffer has become the latest request in nose jobs, following the trending demand for the “natural-looking hump” on Meghan Markle’s nose.
  • Butt Implants: The desire for a Kardashian-esque booty has probably plagued a lot of people — now you can achieve your dreams via butt augmentation! Through a procedure called “fat grafting”, fat is removed from areas where it isn’t wanted and then injected into the buttocks. Patients need to have patience with this cosmetic endeavor because it takes an entire year to see the final result (your body needs to time to heal and form new blood vessels to fully incorporate the fat in its new location). Like all cosmetic surgery, this sought-after procedure does carry some risk due to blood clots and fat embolisms, which occur when globules of fat enter the bloodstream.
  • Hand Injections: This extremely quick and simple procedure can remove the signs of aging — wrinkles, bulging veins, age spots — from your hands. A hyaluronic acid filler is injected much like Botox, and performs a similar role, “restoring fullness” and “providing a more youthful-looking skin.” It is also a very low-risk process, provided you find a certified doctor and FDA-approved fillers.

No matter what you’re looking to change or upgrade, you’ll almost definitely make sure to find a doctor out there for you!

Remember: always do your research and read up on the risks and benefits of your chosen procedure, and make sure you’re employing the use of a knowledgeable and certified doctor.



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