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August 31, 2011

The 8 trends in aesthetic and plastic surgery

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The biggest trends in cosmetic and plastic surgery field for 2011-2012 according to the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ASPAS).

Like any other field, the world of cosmetic surgery, surgeons and beauty clinics offering plastic and aesthetic surgery depend on trends in the field of beauty, body treatments, and the general culture of society which it operates and in addition to this, a non-negligible, the economy. In other words, plastic surgery depends on the criteria of beauty demanded by society and the collective conscience (we discuss this later).
We present the interventions aesthetic surgical and nonsurgical those will be most in demand over next year according to a study by the ASAPS. So here are the key trends that we believe will be dominant in 2011 and 2012 in the world of plastic surgery.

So here are the key trends that we believe will be dominant in 2011 and 2012 in the world of plastic surgery.

  • According ASPAS the recovery of the economy which continues to improve will increase demands for face lift and other technique of rejuvenation without surgical procedure. Furthermore, given the flourishing economy, people who decide not to proceed with an intervention in 2010, will be tempted in 2011 to 2012.
  • Cosmetic injections have also increasingly popular. In recent years, these various products (e.g.: Botox, Dysport, Sculptra, Radiesse, Evolence, Juvederm, etc.). Have changed a lot and the results are more convincing.
  • Earlier, we mentioned that the collective consciousness of society influenced many choices and decisions of individuals. From this perspective, people are becoming more conscious of the dangers of obesity and many people will turn to plastic surgery for body contouring after significant weight loss. The demand for surgical procedures such as abdominoplasty and body lifts will be more important in 2011 and 2012 compared to previous years.
  • Our aging population has also influenced the trends in cosmetic surgery. Indeed, the women of the baby boomer generation are aging as well as their breast implants. Over the years, women with older implants will replace and the other will opt for a breast lift.
  • Liposuction (lipoplasty) is a standard in the field of fat reduction, however, non-invasive experimental techniques (freezing, zapping, lasering, etc.) are created and more and more patients try them. These techniques may become a substitute or a complement to liposuction.
  • To meet the growing demand in the field of ​​non-surgical and minimally invasive procedures, surgeons and manufacturers are working to develop new techniques and products that advance the science, produce better results and shorter recovery time.
  • You remember that we talk about standards of beauty in society earlier in this article? Jessica Alba, Jessica Biel and Fergie have a shapely rear-end that has become legendary over time. In 2011, the number of interventions related to the buttocks will increase significantly. Patients will opt for posterior body lifts, buttock lifts, etc. to augment and shape their buttocks.
  • The trend also wants that people are looking for bargains on aesthetic and plastic surgeries which will be the cause of professional errors and horror stories due to discount injections. In addition, skills will be more diffuse, there will be more people who claim to be plastic surgeon, but will not have the skills and training necessary.

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