In 2019 plastic surgery will become more natural. In other words, the natural appearance of the face will be in the trend, but the most popular procedure is mesotherapy with plasma rich platelets.
Become less popular, but not completely forgotten highly modified noses, full lips and taut face, instead of today’s treatments offer natural results that are designed to create the best version of yourself. This shift in thinking should lead to even greater growth in the number of men and women seeking cosmetic improvements, say stakeholders in the industry, including doctors, members of the American Academy of facial plastic and reconstructive surgery (AAFPRS).
“The desire to look better, but of course, not new. In fact, most patients are afraid of the stretched region of the eye as well as, unnatural-looking nose. Some Hollywood celebrities personal example only strengthen fear before the operation the Most difficult task for a well trained facial plastic surgeons to help patients understand that they can make improvements, while looking completely natural, just better,” said Philip R. Langsdon, MD, a plastic surgeon in Memphis and President of the AAFPRS.
To meet the trends of the next year, you should pay attention to procedures such as mesotherapy with platelet-rich plasma (PRP), microbleeding and microbotics and Baby Botox.
In mesotherapy uses a special cushion or device with needles to create tiny channels in the skin to start the natural ability of the skin in terms of wound healing, production of collagen and elastin – the building blocks of a kind of elastic, youthful skin. Injection of platelet-rich plasma, trigger such regeneration.
Microbleeding is a new means of correcting for over-plucked eyebrows. This is the type of tattooing in which pigment is implanted under the skin of the hand tool. Microbotics includes the introduction of a small amount of neuromodulator in the upper layers of the skin to improve tone, wrinkles and reduce pore size.
As expected, the AAFPRS experts argue that social networking, awareness of self and the popularity of “dysmorphia Snapchat” will continue to feed into the consultation, and requests for facial plastic procedures in the next year. Only in 2017 55% of facial plastic surgeons noted that the increased number of patients desire to look better in selfies.