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Experts have revealed the top cosmetic surgery trends set to feature throughout 2017. Each year, cosmetic surgeons see a shift in treatment popularity. In 2016, the number of millennials undergoing treatments increased, minimally invasive procedures became incredibly popular and more males than ever before went under the knife.
So, if you’re looking to keep up with the latest cosmetic trends what should you be focusing on this year?
Quick cosmetic surgery, smaller breasts and bigger butts are in!
2017 is set to see more walk-in-walk-out cosmetic procedures than ever before. Minimally invasive procedures already gained significant popularity last year and as we enter 2017, it’s set to continue. More patients than ever before are choosing to have procedures carried out under local anaesthetic, particularly when it comes to facelifts. Being able to have a procedure and be discharged the same day is a huge benefit for those anxious about staying in hospital.
Smaller breasts and in particular, smaller nipples, are also set to become more popular this year. While at one time, breast augmentation focused largely on increasing the size of the breasts, these days’ women appear to want more natural looking results. Surgeons have already had many patients requesting smaller nipples.
Finally, big butts are continuing to dominate the industry. Butt lifts and implants started to become popular thanks to celebrities such as J-Lo. However, they really surged in popularity when Kim Kardashian burst onto the scene. Now, patients are desperate to get a bigger, rounder rear and they’re using cosmetic surgery to help them get it.
New trends considered healthier for the patient
These new trends aren’t just helping patients feel more confident in their bodies, they are also much safer than previous trends. Minimally invasive techniques have helped lower the risks associated with surgery, while smaller breasts help to reduce issues such as back problems which can be caused by bigger breasts.
Overall, before you have any cosmetic surgery it’s advisable to do as much research as possible. Just because a procedure is trending, doesn’t mean it’s necessarily right for you. Book a consultation now to find out if your chosen procedure will help you achieve the look you desire.