With 2020 finally in the rearview mirror, this is the year to do something just for you. Plastic surgery can make your look and feel younger, helping you feel like an even better version of yourself.
When deciding which treatment is best for you, consider what experts think will be the most popular facial plastic trends this year.
Increase in Injectables
Injectables are a simple way to give yourself a more youthful experience. After a year full of virtual meetings and video calls, many of us have spent hours a week looking at our own reflection. Experts suspect this is what has led to the increased interest in injectable therapy.
Injectable wrinkle fillers use hyaluronic acid to fill in lines to reduce wrinkles and add volume to facial features to plump up checks and lips and reduce sagging skin. Hyaluronic acid is a naturally occurring substance found in your body.
A procedure typically takes as little as 30 minutes and the results last for up to two years.
Surge in Piezo
Piezo technology allows surgeons to provide next-generation nose jobs. With an increase in precision, Piezo utilizes ultrasonic technology. This new method of bone shaping is much less intrusive when compared to the traditional chisel and hammer technique. Patients experience less bruising with more accurate results.
Introduction of the Eight-Teeth Smile
Dentists agree that the ideal smile shows eight to ten of your top teeth. This is known as having a “full buccal corridors.” Your full buccal corridors are what supports your soft tissue, such as your cheeks and lips.
As you age, the length of area between your nose to lips increase, which can decrease the width of your smile. By providing the lost support to your lips, this helps to broaden your smile and makes you appear more youthful.
Full Face Fillers
In the past, facial plastic surgeons broke down treatments per area of the face. In 2021 doctors are moving away from this line of thinking and instead treating the face as a whole. This allows them to complete an anatomical facial assessment, working on the whole face at once to provide a more natural look.