From ‘tweakments’ to temporal facelifts, the desire to look perfectly filtered – in photos and in real life – has never been stronger. Fortunately, advancements in technology and research are on track with customer demand. However, when it comes to the ‘look’ of the times, things are moving away from accentuation and towards subtler changes like the non-surgical nose job. Here’s your guide to 2019’s plastic surgery trends.
If you’ve ever wondered what you might look like post-filler, boob job, or butt lift, now’s your chance to find out. Image rendering in a 4D version is the very latest in technology for full-body, 360° views of skin conditions and plastic surgery procedures before you go anywhere near the needle or knife.
The Liquid Face-lift
Looking to enhance your features without looking too ‘done’? The liquid facelift may be for you. It’s a non-surgical procedure in which dermal fillers, such as Juvéderm and Restylane, are injected into the face to enhance different angles and temporarily lift facial features.
Meet Emsculpt. The groundbreaking (and permanent) body treatment stimulates your muscles and burns fat without you having to break a sweat. The treatment primarily targets the abdomen and buttocks, and is best for individuals with a lower BMI who want to improve muscle definition and fat reduction in hard-to-target areas.
Fed up with filler? The thing is, when it comes to achieving enhanced lips, fillers have been the best way to achieve the desired effect. Until now that is. The procedure is typically done under anesthesia in less than an hour by raising the edges of the lips, so the curves are more prominent and crisp – but the results are still customizable.
If you’re wanting to explore any of the trends for cosmetics, give us a call at Remington Oaks Medical Building Phone Number 210-496-2639 and schedule your consultation today!
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