Plastic Surgery Trends: Preventative Procedures Trending

Plastic Surgery Trends Preventative Procedures Trending

Older Americans were once the only people who underwent plastic surgery procedures, but times have changed in plastic surgery world.  A 2018 survey of 100 noninvasive cosmetic procedure facilities found that 72% reported a significant increase in patients younger than 30. This was a 60% increase in five years in that demographic.

Also, the number of cosmetic procedures has doubled since 2013, with many minimally invasive procedures and the increase in dermal fillers and Botox.

If you’re thinking about cosmetic surgery in Las Vegas, below is information about the biggest plastic surgery trends and surgical procedures.

Botox And Dermal Fillers

Botox and dermal fillers are popular earlier in life today because they can delay wrinkles and aging before they start. Some plastic surgeons note that patients who begin with injectables in their mid-20s and 30s can prevent wrinkles from starting for decades.

Getting an early start on facial wrinkles and fine lines is smart; rather than waiting 30 years and needing serious work, such as a facelift or brow lift, you can solve the problem with less invasive procedures.

There have been significant advancements with Botox and fillers, so not as much material is needed. And you’ll need fewer maintenance injections over time.

Also, a new Botox has come out recently that requires fewer treatments and it lasts longer. It could be an ideal choice for patients who want preventative Botox and dermal filler treatments.

Natural Botox Alternatives

A rising trend this year is Botox with fewer ingredients to make them last longer. Traditional Botox contains proteins to stabilize the chemicals.

New advancements in the field eliminate the proteins, so the active molecules are injected by themselves. Recent research suggests that the proteins used in earlier Botox mixtures may be unnecessary. That’s why we’ve seen new Botox products hit the market, including Xeomin.

This new technology gives you the option to enjoy Botox benefits without added chemicals and proteins that can cause side effects for some people.

Chemical Peels

A chemical peel uses acid to remove the top layer of the skin, removing wrinkles and age spots. The fresh skin makes your face look brighter and younger, too.

Your skin needs time to heal after the procedure and may look red for a week or two. Depending on the type and strength of the peel, you may need more than one treatment for the best results.

Minimally Invasive Skin Tightening

Minimally invasive skin tightening is a trending cosmetic treatment that offers a younger, smoother face without surgery. As people live longer than ever today, more patients seek noninvasive preventative skin treatments when they’re younger.

This technology uses ultrasound waves to encourage collagen production in your skin. This makes your facial skin tight so that it eliminates sagging skin. This procedure is more popular today because the results are dramatic and can avoid the need for a facial plastic surgery years down the road.

Laser Treatments

If your surgeon opts for laser treatments when sun damage and age spots when they first show, it can prevent them from getting worse as the years pass.

Many patients choose laser treatments to stimulate collagen production, which prevents the skin from thinning and losing elasticity over time.

trends in plastic surgeryMicroneedling with Radiofrequency

Patients who long for a fresher-looking, younger face without invasive procedures may choose microneedling with radiofrequency. When these two technologies are combined and used in a younger patient, the results can be impressive. And, the treatment can help you avoid more invasive procedures later in life.

Microneedling with radiofrequency eliminates wrinkles, drooping skin, and scarring. Also, the use of radiofrequency energy stimulates collagen production in your face. So, you will have more glowing, firmer skin.


Dermabrasion evens and smooths the facial skin; it can also eliminate wrinkles, fine lines, age spots, and sun damage. But this procedure needs to be done at an earlier age for best effects.

When patients in their 30s have this procedure, the results can be dramatic because the signs of aging were just starting.

Mini Facelift

A mini facelift is a popular option in preventative plastic surgery for people in their 30s who are starting to show signs of aging. For example, you may see minor skin sagging or loss of skin elasticity. If a mini facelift is done early enough, it can stop more serious skin sagging on the face and neck.

But if you wait too long, you may need a faceliftbrow lift, chin liposuction or eyelid lift.

Questions and Answers

What is the new trend in plastic surgery?

In recent years, there has been a significant surge in the use of fillers, including both fat and synthetic options. This trend focuses on enhancing features like lips, cheeks, and body curves to achieve a more pronounced hourglass silhouette.

What is the latest cosmetic surgery craze?

Buccal fat removal gains popularity among celebrities, with screen stars, supermodels, and influencers embracing this cosmetic trend.

Why is plastic surgery becoming more common?

As technology advances, the growing appeal of surgical procedures sparks increased demand, attracting medical practitioners to plastic surgery. In the U.S., a $27 billion market hosts over 14,049 businesses in the industry.

Request A Plastic Surgery Consultation Today

Interested in a Las Vegas plastic surgery procedure? Please schedule a consultation with board certified plastic surgeon Dr. Rachel Mason today! She will review the surgery risks and options with you, your goals and help determine the best preventative cosmetic procedures for you.


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