At the Sydney Institute of Plastic Surgery, we have seen some exciting trends this year. From head to toe, men and women alike are taking charge of their appearance to transform their lives and looks.
Every year, we see new trends as well as exciting new technologies and techniques. Want to learn more? Here are the top cosmetic surgery trends of this year.
As always, men and women around the world are concerned with excess fat. That’s why traditional procedures like liposuction continue to be incredibly popular. Safer and more effective than ever before, this is still the golden standard in body contouring.
At the same time, the world of injectables is more exciting than ever before. Non-surgical fat removing treatments like CoolSculpting are surging in popularity thanks to its incredible results with no downtime or incisions.
Similarly, VelaShape III is another painless yet effective means of body contouring. A effective cellulite reduction treatment, VelaShape is the perfect complementary treatment to CoolSculpting.
The more popular social media has become, the more people we’ve seen requesting facial procedures. At the Sydney Institute of Plastic Surgery, our patients are always looking for ways to look fresh and vibrant.
Traditional treatments like neck lifts and face lifts are incredibly popular with men and women who are looking to turn back the clock for a youthful look.
At all ages, we’re seeing more people interested in anti-wrinkle injections like Botox, as well as those who are looking to gloss over fine lines and wrinkles with dermal fillers.
One of the most exciting innovations in injectables has been Belkyra. Known as Kybella in some countries, this popular fix is a non-surgical, permanent treatment that can get rid of a double chin in a matter of minutes.
Labiaplasty has increased 39 per cent in the past year. For many women in Sydney and around the world, this is a breath of fresh air. New options like labiaplasty surgery, clitorial hood reduction, mons lift lipsuction, and labia major reduction have enabled women to get the body they’ve always wanted.
For women who gave seen a major change in their bodies after pregnancy or have been uncomfortable with their bodies since puberty, options like labiaplasty are incredible.
Women aren’t the one ones taking control of their looks. Now, more than ever before, men are realising that they have options. In fact, male plastic surgery has increased 325 per cent since 1997.
From head to toe, men are ready for a change. Gynaecomastia, male breast reduction surgery, is one of the most popular options for men. With so many men of all shapes, sizes, and ages feeling uncomfortable in their own skin, this procedure is a breath of fresh air.
Ready for a change? Talk to us today! Meet with our resident expert, Dr Turner, at the the Sydney Institute of Plastic Surgery for a no-obligation chat about your options.