5 Non-Invasive Plastic Surgery Options That Are More Popular Than Ever
Many patients want to combat signs of aging and are turning to non-invasive cosmetic procedures over facelifts and rhinoplasties.
These technologically-advanced treatments can provide excellent results without the risks, cost, and downtime of surgery.
While there are many options, plastic surgeons and patients are especially excited about these 5 treatments.
1. Selfie Sculpting
For patients seeking the perfect selfie, fillers and fat transfers can be used to add facial structure and definition.
Injectables help contour cheeks, lift brows, and refresh eyes to look and feel camera-ready at all times.
Selfie Sculpting treatments take approximately 15 minutes and can be costly depending on the type and amount of fillers being injected.
Patients can expect to pay between $4,000-$6,000 for this procedure.
2. Non-Surgical Rhinoplasty
Experienced injectors are now performing non-surgical rhinoplasties with fillers. This procedure can straighten the nasal bridge and reshape nostrils.
Additionally, physicians are able to correct volume loss in the base of the nose and improve projection of the nasal tip. This particular adjustment has been named the Tip Flip.
A non-surgical nose job can range from $2,000-$4,000.
3. Injectable Facial Rejuvenation
Injectable Facial Rejuvenation harvests the patient’s own fat so it can be injected into the face.
Top plastic surgeons are using this cutting-edge fat grating technique to repair and stimulate soft tissue growth and regenerate blood supply.
Cost is around $6,000.
Miradry is a non-invasive device that uses microwave energy to reduce underarm sweating and odor by up to 90%. Patients typically require 1-2 treatments, which cost $2,000/session.
5. InMode FaceTite
InMode FaceTite is powered by Radiofrequency Assisted Lipolysis for rejuvenation of the face and neck. Some physicians describe the treatment as liposuction and fat-transfer to the lower face.
The procedure can range from $3,000 - $10,000 depending on the treatment area.
To learn more about the newest and most advanced cosmetic procedures, contact a trusted medical professional in your area.