With every advancement in science, we gain better ways to accomplish goals. The field of aesthetic medicine has evolved at a rapid pace thanks to the development of numerous technologies and new techniques. As the new and improved elbows-out antiquated processes, we notice a shift in trends. Some of what has been sitting at the horizon throughout 2016 is expected to remain on trend for the coming year. These aspects of aesthetic care include . . .
Customized Programs for Rejuvenation
Each skin type is unique, and now every professional from the esthetician to the dermatologist has the right tools to address concerns ranging from chronic acne to the signs of aging for each individual patient. Skin care has come so far that some physicians have learned how to test the DNA for processes like the breakdown of collagen, or the type of antioxidants a person’s skin needs most.
Cosmetic surgeons are using fat for several face and body procedures today. An example of the value of autologous fat grafting is the results of the modern-day facelift. Rather than tightening skin and tissue over the skull, skilled practitioners are recreating youthful contouring by complementing the lift with volume restoration. Fat grafting restores plumpness to the cheeks and other areas that would otherwise look flat or hollow after facelift surgery.
Another example of fat grafting is the ever-popular Brazilian Butt Lift procedure. This surgery has all but replaced buttocks implants, appealing to patients who want an all-natural way to accentuate this part of the body. Like autologous fat transfer to the face, the Brazilian Butt Lift involves a liposuction procedure on a part of the body such as the abdomen, the processing of fat cells, and the subsequent use of those cells to perfect the size and shape of the buttocks. Women – and men – all around the world show a great deal of interest in this procedure.
Because medicine is constantly advancing, the need for education and training is one of the consistent aspects of health care. Med Ed Labs provides mobile training as well as on-site training for cosmetic procedures, as well as many others. To learn more about our courses, call (888) 801-9444.