The Five Most Popular Plastic And Aesthetic Surgeries

  1. Liposuction

It is a type of suction surgery that aims to remove fat from the body in different parts, such as the thighs, arms, stomach, and even the back. It is an operation that has been carried out for several years and to which more and more people are coming to remove excess body fat.

  1. Breast augmentation

Breast augmentation is the most demanded cosmetic surgery operation. There are several reasons why women choose to enlarge their breasts. Mainly it is because they want to be one size too big, but there are also other reasons, such as having had a mastectomy due to breast cancer.

It is done through an implant that can be a saline solution, that is, a physiological serum made up of water and salt, or a silicone gel. In any case, what is sought is as natural as possible. Mammoplasty with body fat has now begun. The downside is postoperative because the person has to recover from two parts of the body instead of one.

  1. Rhinoplasty

The rhinoplasty can be done because either a person has broken the nose or because an aesthetic purpose is sought, i.e., reduce the size of the nose or shape of it. This should only be performed by a nose job specialist.

  1. Injectables

Autolytic toxin and injected hyaluronic acid have been gaining ground due to good patient results. They are used to remove facial and hand wrinkles. It is proven that hyaluronic acid cream does not reach the depth of an injectable, so it is better to apply it this way. It gives a very natural and smooth appearance, so customers love it.

  1. Mastopexy

Mastopexy is the elevation of the breasts. To carry it out, it is not necessary to use any type of prosthesis. It is simply about putting the mammary gland in place, removing excess skin. The intervention is performed under general anesthesia, and unlike breast augmentation, which usually lasts 1 hour, in this case, the operation lasts between 1 and 3 hours. Another important issue to keep in mind is that it is not a painful operation, although there will certainly be postoperative discomfort. The definitive results will be seen after four months, which is when the scars will have improved.