Medical Innovations in Cosmetic Surgery in 2014

It is 2014 and we are expecting a lot of advancements particularly in plastic surgery procedures. No doubt, women want to look prettier and prettier every passing year, and 2014 is not an exception. Last year, we saw an increase in the number of procedures and products. And when it comes to the reason why most people opt for cosmetic surgery, it is quite simple; they want to be more marketable in their work places.

Simply put, the operation room saw some improvements in 2013 and the best part? Well, the advancement in technology has made it possible for students to see procedures as they happen. So, what are the medical innovations in cosmetic surgery in 2014? Here is a list:

1. Development with fat

In recent years, non-invasive contouring methods such as Vanquish and CoolSculpting have been used extensively. These non-surgical alternatives enable patients to slim areas of stubborn fat deposits without going through the knife and usually take the shortest time possible to recover. Fat grafting has become increasingly popular because it moves unwanted fat from other areas of the body and takes them to desired parts. For instance, breast enhancement takes unwanted fat from the thighs or abdomen to the breasts.

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2. Non-surgical face treatment

Is treatment without surgery possible? Well, thanks to the advancement in technology. It is actually possible! Last year for instance, more than six million botulinum toxin injections were performed successfully. The doctors who performed this treatment advised people to keep an eye for more inventions to come, and guess what? Today, non-surgical face treatment is actually possible.

3. Non-Operating Techniques

Due to short-scar incisions, surgical recovery periods are becoming shorter and easier. In 2014, there have been more innovative uses of technology which has resulted in improved medical care.

4. Pain and recovery management

The operations room and recovery management have seen some great improvements in the year 2014. For instance, the innovations of products such as Xarelto and Exparel will not go unnoticed. As a matter of fact, this is an indication that greater things are on the way. Xarelto works by preventing blood clot after surgery while Exparel is a local anesthetic used for postoperative pain.

Every year new medical innovations are discovered in cosmetic surgery. Technology keeps on improving each and every day and thus what was new some years back could be irrelevant now. In 2013, we were promised that there will be improvements come 2014 and that has exactly been the case. Developments with fat, non-surgical face treatment, pain and recovery management are just some few improvements achieved in the year 2014.

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