The pandemic has negatively affected many companies, but one business that has not been negatively affected is aesthetics. In fact, despite the pandemic, the demand for cosmetic surgery has actually been on the rise. There are several reasons…The one we are talking about today is “Zoom Boom”. And how it affects aesthetics.
Yes, with the pandemic, many of us have participated in Zoom meetings, virtual happy hours, virtual family gatherings, who knows, maybe even virtual dates!
While Zoom Boom brings convenience, it also brings some unpleasant truths, that is, appearances that we never realized. think about it.Most people don’t know what they look like when they talk, sitting at a desk, or even sitting across from someone during a lunch meeting because there is no mirror in front of us to see our facial expressions, or worse, sitting faces (Boy, I hate mine).
this “Zoom lever” And recent aesthetic trends
With Zoom Boom, many people change from just looking at themselves in the mirror while resting in the bathroom to suddenly staring at the screen for several hours every day and don’t like what they see. Therefore, they have enough time to carefully examine and evaluate their eye bags, fine lines and wrinkles, double chin, etc.
What happens when people spend a few hours a week researching their unflattering images? Of course, the requirements for plastic surgery have increased, even virtual consultations.Just ask Smita R. Ramanadham Plastic Surgery, New Jersey. I did it, and this is what she shared with Barbie’s Beauty Bits.
American Academy of Plastic Surgery Annual Trend Report
American Plastic Surgery Association (ASPS) The 2020 annual trend report was recently released. It reveals the ever-changing aesthetic trends that occurred during plastic surgery during the pandemic, and it continues to this day. The following are some of the most significant results and other aesthetic trends in popular plastic surgery today.
More women have a positive attitude towards cosmetic plastic surgery
The ASPS survey found that 11% of women today are more interested in cosmetic plastic surgery than before the pandemic began. A surgeon pointed out that people have learned how cosmetic surgery improves their beauty, makes them look younger, and enhances their self-esteem.
Nose plastic surgery is the most popular surgery in epidemic plastic surgery
For many years, breast augmentation has been the most popular surgery, but the magnification effect is more focused on the face, so the new aesthetic trend leading the trend is to reshape the nose through rhinoplasty. In addition, the COVID-19 pandemic has increased the demand for many facial surgical procedures, including eyelid surgery and cosmetic surgery.
As we age, we tend to develop wrinkles around the eyes, mouth and boating. It is easier to see these wrinkles and lines on the camera, so people want to do something with plastic surgery.
Non-surgical rhinoplasty trend due to zoom craze
For patients who are not ready for a full rhinoplasty, another aesthetic trend is non-surgical rhinoplasty. By injecting dermal fillers, patients can now fill in minor bumps and depressions in the nose to improve the contour of the nose.
Plastic surgeons have also seen other aesthetic trends in plastic surgery this year stand out, please see some below.
Zoom Boom: Navigate your face rejuvenation options
Some surgeons report that patients are becoming more aware of the effects of their skin care products and how to find products with the best ingredients.
As knowledge improves, surgeons are more interested in non-surgical procedures to enhance the texture and tone of facial skin. E.g, Hybrid dot matrix laser skin resurfacing It can significantly improve the appearance of the skin and minimize sun damage and sunspots.
add, Laser resurfacing The downtime is minimal, and people won’t even know that you have completed the work. Many patients like the idea of refreshing their face and immediately returning to work or daily life.
Dermal fillers and injections
New type Hyaluronic acid (HA) filler Being released, they are very effective in treating facial wrinkles around the eyes. They also help fill in the lost volume of lips and cheeks, making you look younger.
And nNew injection trends, such as the neurotoxin DAXI, This may last up to six months. This may be a difference maker for patients who want to reduce wrinkles and make their skin smoother less often.
Non-surgical eyelid lift and rhinoplasty
These procedures are growing because surgeons are acquiring better fillers and gaining technical skills. In addition, many surgeons argue that the results of the fillers in these operations are impressive and can even match the results of the surgery, although the effect is temporary.
In addition, the injection eyelid lift and rhinoplasty surgery are painless and the recovery time is very short.
In addition, some plastic surgeons are using HA gel fillers to improve the shape of the nose tip and lift it slightly, which is very effective for people of Asian descent.
Combination treatment due to mask effect
Another major aesthetic trend is to combine plastic surgery with non-surgical treatments to provide a more comprehensive effect on the face. Some facial treatments include long-acting fillers, botulinum toxin, lasers, and procedures that use radiofrequency to stimulate collagen production.
Some patients combine these treatments with fat grafting to restore the lost volume of cheeks and other parts of the face.
HD liposuction due to #Quarantine15
Staying at home means getting food constantly and rarely going to the gym. Coupled with increased stress and more time to experiment in the kitchen leading to weight gain, this has led to the popular hashtag #Quarantine15 and popular aesthetic trends, body contouring, including high-definition liposuction. With the talent of skilled surgeons, fat can now be removed or melted into a small amount of subcutaneous cells.
This allows the surgeon to reveal the patient’s underlying muscles and create an attractive athletic appearance.
More about practice
Dr. Smita R. Ramanadham is a double-board certified plastic surgeon who provides many cosmetic procedures for patients in New Jersey, New York City and the tri-state area.
Before formulating a personalized surgical plan, she is committed to addressing the specific needs and goals of each patient. Dr. Smita understands the complex combination of art, beauty and science in order to enhance the aesthetic appearance of clients to enjoy the best results.
For more information, please visit Smita R. Ramanadham Plastic Surgery, New Jersey.