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Latest Innovations in the Field of Cosmetic Surgery

The world of cosmetic surgery is just as exciting as any other, maybe even more so. Day in and day out, social media and tabloids are churning out stories of celebrity cosmetic surgery. Kim K’s booty broke the internet, and since then, people have been rushing for a BBL surgery Turkey

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We don’t believe in “#naturalbeauty” and “#nofilter” selfies anymore. You might have noticed that there’s a constant commotion in the field of cosmetic surgery. Every other day you’ll hear about a new technological advancement in it.

This constant evolution ensures that a patient ends up achieving their desired look and has a breezy recovery. However, precisely what innovations are helping with that? Let’s find out.

Advancements in Fat Grafting Techniques

Fat grafting is taking fat from the area of the body where you don’t want it and putting it where you’d like more fat. For instance, take the fat out of the tummy and inject it into the boobs. This is killing two birds with one stone. What could be better than this?

However, initially, there were some problems with this technique. Researchers were looking for ways to better harvest and inject the fat into the body. With centrifugation and slower injections, they are now able to give people their dream look. Patients can quickly get rid of unwanted, stubborn fat and have a more sculpted, hourglass figure.

Endoscopic Facelift Procedure

Less invasive than traditional facelift surgery. In this procedure, the surgeon will make incisions along the scalp and the temples for inserting an endoscope. The device has a camera and light attached to it. This allows the surgeon to see the internal organs without making large incisions.

You might still experience bruising, swelling, bleeding, and pain after the surgery. Moreover, the procedure is more suitable for those who don’t have more noticeable signs of aging.

Radiofrequency in Combination with Microneedling

Microneedling alone is quite popular. However, you don’t expect it to make any dramatic changes to your face. It can help boost the production of collagen by making small punctures in the skin. This can make your skin glow.

However, add radiofrequency to the mix, and you’ve got something perfect. The needles used for micro-needling release the radiofrequency waves. These take care of scars and improve visible signs of aging, such as wrinkles and fine lines.

People can also have radiofrequency micro-needling in combination with platelet-rich plasma (PRP) therapy. Keep in mind that this procedure only helps with early signs of aging. So, it would help if you had realistic expectations.

Hybrid Fractional Laser

To understand the advancement in it, you should know about ablative and non-ablative lasers. In the former, the laser removes the thin, outermost layer of the skin and heats the layer of skin underneath. This “injury” induces the production of more collagen.

In contrast, in non-ablative laser treatment, the topmost layer of the skin remains intact. It only heats the deeper layers of the skin to “injure” them and stimulate collagen production. Of course, the results of ablative lasers are more dramatic, but the downtime is more.

A hybrid fractional laser gets rid of this problem by combining the wavelengths of ablative and non-ablative lasers. This gives dramatic results with less downtime.

Conclusion

The change has only just begun. We’re only peeking into the future at the moment. The pace of technological advancement is snowballing. It is getting faster and better. Many people feel unsatisfied with parts of themselves. With the introduction of minimally invasive procedures, more and more people can get what they want.

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