When it comes to trends, we like to choose what suits you best over the hype. Why brush on those big Instagram-worthy brows if your face looks better and you love your sleek, groomed eyebrows? Trends can come and go but, as we learned from the 80’s, some things (like giant, teased hair) just don’t suit everyone.
That being said, “trends” can sometimes refer to new technologies and looks that seem destined to be around forever. That’s what we’re focusing on today: the new trends in the plastic surgery world that help you feel more like you. Keep reading for the highlights of what is going on in plastic surgery now.
The prevalence of fillers is growing exponentially, and we’re, frankly, not surprised. Dermal fillers are getting better and better, and physicians are getting better and more refined in their application technique. New fillers with different weights and consistencies encourage the best results, without the downtime that comes with invasive surgeries. Looking for big, pouty lips? There’s a gentle filler for that. Trying to boost those cheeks? There’s a firmer filler for that, too.
Fillers allow patients to try a new look without costly and invasive surgeries. If you’re not sure you’d like bigger lips, fillers are a great way to give them a try. If you’re not so sure about the fillers you have gotten, there are other injectables to help them disappear.
Young people are looking for treatments to prevent signs of aging, before those crow’s feet even land. Laser treatments to keep collagen production strong are in high demand. And, we’ve been aware of the wrinkle-preventing powers of Botox for a while, but it turns out that more and more people are choosing to prevent wrinkles instead of treating them when they arrive. The growing demand of Botox treatments to prevent wrinkles is keeping physicians busier than ever! If you want to prevent invasive or costly surgeries, there are treatments to help keep your beauty right where it is.
If you’re interested in trying a new treatment to give yourself a boost, call us today at (631) 424-6707 to schedule a consultation with Dr. Rhee.