2016: The Year Of Cosmetic Surgery
2016 was the year of many influential, memorable moments. Most noteworthy include Great Britain’s exist from the EU, Donald Trump’s win as president of the United States, and Kim Kardashian’s social media silence following a robbery in Paris. But in addition to political uproar and selfies, it was also a record-setting year for cosmetic surgeries. In fact, the ISAPS (International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery) are predicting numbers north of 1.6 million surgical and non-surgical procedures worldwide.
While old staples, like breast augmentation, liposuction and botox, continue to top the charts, it seems like new trends, such as the Brazilian Butt Lift and dermal fillers, have also been making a name for themselves. As the cosmetic surgery field continues improving and evolving, there’s no question that next year will offer even more, unique procedures. To feed your curiosity (and ours), we’ve rounded up 3 of the most interesting, new cosmetic surgery trends for 2017.
Top 3 Trends For 2017
- Kybella (Double Chin) Kybella first burst onto the beauty scene several years ago. It quickly gained popularity among men and woman who wished to finally say goodbye to their double chin-for good! If the double chin is Superman, than Kybella is his Kyrptonite. The procedure involves a highly
potent substance which is injected into the neck and jawline to target and eliminate stubborn fat below the chin. While in the past surgical liposuction was a solution, Kybella offers a noninvasive solution. According to recent statistics released by the ASAP (American Society of Plastic Surgeons), Kybella treatments increased by an outstanding 78% in 2016. From the looks of it, Kybella is here to stay.
- Cosmetic Eye Color Surgery Ever wish you had different colored eyes? Well now it’s possible to
change them- permanently. For many years, the only solution to change eye color were color contacts. Science is now able to give patients those baby blues they always wanted. How does it work? The surgeons places an intraocular in the anterior chamber of the eye to change the appearance of
the iris. Originally created and performed for medical reasons, such asocular albinism (no pigment) and heterochromia (two different colored eyes), ocular implants are becoming increasing popular for
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- Fat Grafting (Total Body) If you’re looking for fuller breasts, buttocks, face, or any other sections of the body, look no further. The latest cosmetic craze to hit the market is fat transfers. During the procedure, the surgeon will first examine a patients body for sections of optimum fat cells to harvest. After extracting the cells using tumescent liposuction, the fat cells are purified. Next, the surgeon transplants cells back into the specific problem areas. Next the fat is shaped perfectly into the patients desired contours. One of the greatest things about fat grafting is it’s level of safety. The procedure only involves the relocation of your own fat cells to different areas of your body. This means that absolutely no “foreign objects” are introduced. It is becoming increasingly popular among women for breast and buttock augmentation.