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Breast implants and nose jobs remain consistently popular procedures, in fact, bookings for the procedures have continued to surge since restrictions eased in the UK. But the desired outcomes of those surgeries have changed dramatically over the last few years.
Instead of a ‘cookie cutter’ nose or large breast implants, I have noted that nearly all of my patients are now requesting subtle, natural rhinoplasties and smaller breast implants that suit their frame.
I remember when I first started doing private practice that the trend for a small button nose or quite big breast implants were all the rage. For some people, they wanted a dramatic change and natural results weren’t really in vogue.
Things have moved on and now I very rarely get that type of request - most patients come to me asking for very subtle results. This is music to my ears as a surgeon as I think the best results are those that enhance your natural features.
The best plastic surgery is often sitting in front of you on the bus or train, and you wouldn’t notice it at all.
The trend for a more natural aesthetic appears to be growing and has been echoed by some of the UK’s most prominent figures in the public eye.
Love Islander Molly-May Hague recently took to her platform to share with followers that she had dissolved her fillers and had her composite bonds removed from her teeth. Similarly, fellow Love Islander Arabella Chi, has also announced she’s recently dissolved her lip fillers to embrace a more natural look.
I agree that a more natural look seems to be growing in popularity.
There’s no doubt that both breast augmentations and rhinoplasties are more popular than ever, but when it comes to breast implants, we have been moving towards a more natural shape coupled with a smaller size for quite some time. Patients want a result that is in proportion with their frame. The request for a really drastic change in cup size is pretty much gone.
Similarly, when it comes to rhinoplasty, we often refer to them as the ‘nobody nose’ job because it’s very rare for even family and friends to notice the subtle changes we achieve in surgery. I’ve had patients tell me that not even their mum has noticed they’ve had something done, yet their confidence has improved drastically and they feel so much happier within themselves.
Another bonus for a natural result is the long-term results. I prefer and encourage natural results as they’re longer-lasting, and are less likely to cause problems in the long run which is better all around for the patient.
My top tips for finding a surgeon who can deliver natural-looking results are:
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Many thanks to the author of this blog Mr Naveen Cavale who is a fully accredited Plastic Surgeon who trained and qualified in London.
He has an NHS Plastic & Reconstructive practice in King's College Hospital, London as well as a Private Plastic, Reconstructive & Cosmetic Surgery practice in Central London named Cadogan clinic.
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