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5 Cosmetic Surgery Trends to Dominate in 2017

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Cosmetic surgeries have certainly come a long way over the past few years. With the technological advancements which we have today, there seems to be treatments and procedures to remove even the smallest blemishes on our bodies. It’s expected that by 2020, plastic surgery will be the biggest emerging market. This is perhaps due to the fact that people want to look good and are increasingly becoming concerned about how they’re viewed by other people in the society. There’s nothing wrong with good looks which will make you feel more confident. Below are some of the biggest trends in 2017:

1. Total body fat grafting
If you are looking for fuller buttocks, face, breasts, or any other parts of your body, look no further. One of the latest cosmetic trends is fat transfers. During the procedure, the plastic surgeon will first examine the body of the patient for areas of optimum fat cells to harvest. The surgeon will then use tumescent liposuction to extract the fat cells, which are then purified.

The fat cells will then be transplanted back into the specific problematic areas. The fat is then shaped perfectly into the patient’s desired contours. Fat grafting has a high level of safety, due to the fact that it only involves the relocation of a patient’s own fat to different parts of his/her body. As a result, no “foreign objects” are introduced. You can get more information more about the current state of fat grafting on this web page.

2. Non-surgical fat removal
Kybella (deoxycholic acid) is an injectable solution which melts away and dissolves all the fat from the small pockets of fat in the body. This injectable solution has been approved by the FDA (Food and Drug Administration) and at present the licensing is only for treating double chins. Nevertheless, it’s soon going to be rolled out to the other small pockets of fat in the body. Many people are waiting to have this plastic surgery procedure done on them and it will certainly be a trend in 2017.

3. Vaser Lipo
Weight loss has been one of the common trends over the years. However, many people have had problems getting rid of the stubborn fat, consequently, more people are going for liposuctions.

Vaser Lipo is one of the most popular procedures for men right now, due to the fact that it enables them to loose excess fat and highlight muscle definition by decreasing their body fat percentage, effectively and within a short time. You can read the real life experience of a 44-year-old man who was able to use Vaser Lipo to successfully lose excess body fat within a short time, in the Cosmos Clinic reviews.

Vaser Lipo is a better and safer version of the traditional liposuction due to the fact that it uses ultrasound which melts the fat that’s is then removed by a thin cannula via a very tiny incision in the patient’s body. The incision is hardly noticeable.

4. The bigger Brazilian butt
Brazilian butts are popular because of celebrities like Beyonce, Jennifer Lopez, and Kim Kardashian. According to ASAPS (American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery), there was a 36 percent increase in Brazilian butt lift surgeries from 2014 to 2015. Technically known as a buttock augmentation, the Brazilian butt procedure also includes body contouring and liposuction. It’s called Brazilian due to the fact that this procedure has been quite popular in that country for several years.

5. Smaller breasts and nipples
Although women still want to have bigger breasts than they already have, the new breasts that most women are choosing are smaller than in the past years. Rather than an E or double DD cup which was popular a few of years ago, women are choosing a D-C cup.

Nowadays, women want to look like the fitness models that they see on social media websites such as Instagram. This change can be attributed to the athletic look that is popular with stars such as Ellie Goulding and Taylor Swift. The 'smaller' trend also applies to nipples.

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