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Plastic surgery conference highlights new trends for 2014

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November 5, 2014

Plastic surgery conference highlights new trends for 2014

Plastic surgery conference highlights new trends for 2014 

Plastic surgery conference highlights new trends for 2014

Much like other medical fields, the realm of cosmetic surgery is constantly changing, adapting to new technologies and finding more efficient ways to deliver service to patients. At the 2014 Aesthetic Meeting in San Francisco, medical professionals presented a number of "Premier Global Hot Topics" that may affect the future of plastic surgery.

Conferences like this are critical for connecting cosmetic surgeons to new technologies and trends in the plastic surgery world.

Among the featured topics, surgeons spoke about a number of new trends and products that may soon see more use in the operating room. These new advances have been implemented by a number of doctors across the U.S., but the organization predicted that they will see more popularity as the year progresses.

Non-surgical fat removal
Liposuction was the most popular cosmetic procedure of 2013, with ASAPS reporting that more than 360,000 people sought this surgery. Fat and cellulite removal procedures see a great deal of success.

Voluma changing cheek contouring
Surgeons also discussed a new facial filler, Voluma, that was recently approved by the FDA. According to the Miami Herald, this filler can contour the cheeks in a number of ways, from adding volume to certain areas to providing a more chiseled appearance. One Florida-based surgeon told the source that the filler can lift, sculpt and even reverse aging - all of which last for up to 24 months. He also added that this option may provide fewer side effects than more traditional fillers.

Liposuction and Fillers are available in the office of Dr. Bishara and The Paragon Plastic Surgery & Med Spa, as well as many other cosmetic procedures.  Please call our office at (817) 473-2120 for more information.

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