New trends in the plastic surgery industry are largely as a result of technological advancements. Now improving your appearance is made less invasive and you can benefit from more cost effective safe procedures with the added savings in time taken.
Minimally-invasive cosmetic procedures may require more than one session to obtain the most successful results, but it is important to note that much depends on your particular situation, and what results you are after.
Minimally-invasive plastic surgery procedures range from facial fillers to fight against wrinkles to ultrasound frequency to eliminate body fat for a more perfect body shape.
Facial minimally invasive cosmetic procedures
This procedure makes use of radio frequency to tighten the skin. The treatment is regarded as a safe one and more ideal for younger patients. Each treatment takes less than 30 minutes to melt away fat on areas of the body that include the face, neck, and love handles from the stomach, hips and leg areas.
The hour-long FDA approved procedure can be used to treat the entire facial area as well as neck by boosting the creation of collagen and tightening the skin. It is the more effective treatment to achieving a ‘facelift’ effect without the need for cutting.
Minimally invasive cosmetic procedures for the body
This new and exciting body sculpting procedure works in a similar way to liposuction. The treatment, which is FDA approved, freezes and melts the body’s fat cells which is then released through minute openings in the cell’s membranes, and then carried eliminated via the circulatory system.
Even with minimally invasive plastic surgery procedures, patients may still experience discomfort and bruising. Optimal results depend on quality of the sin’s tissue, as well as how exercise-resistant the fat cells are in a particular area of the body.
Patients opting for treatments that opt for cosmetic procedures with the minimum amount of invasive plastic surgery are advised to seek medical practitioners who are specially trained and certified in conducting the treatments.