Tech Advances in the Plastic Surgery and Cosmetic Industry


Science / Health

The plastic and cosmetic surgery industry recently enjoyed a resurgence and a nice boost in terms of technological advancements as well.

From the ease of finding a talented surgeon with years of experience to innovations such as virtual skin consultations, the current status and future of cosmetic surgery is bright indeed.

Surge in Demand

The idea that you can make yourself more beautiful has definitely captured the world’s attention. The United States, South Korea and UK all had a massive surge in interested clients, spurred on by how they could recover at home and hide their recent procedures behind masks.

Society today believes that having surgery to change to who you think you are is the normal thing to do. With the help of technology, the world has embraced the process and is set to become the norm.

Many Different Procedures to Choose From

Technology has brought about equipment that could do what was very difficult to do manually before. To this end, non-invasive surgery proved to be the most popular across the globe, with nose jobs, face lifts and lip fillers being sought-after procedures.

Liposuction and tummy tucks are still close enough that they normally appear on appointment lists, and don’t forget ethnic rhinoplasty, a relatively new yet exciting procedure for people who want specific features.

Technology’s Part in the Beauty Industry

Computer-assisted imaging is a recent trend and a prominent advancement in the cosmetic and plastic surgery department. Laser tech has really improved too, and generally speaking efficiency, effectiveness and safety have stepped up a notch.

Micro devices allow surgeons to create precise incisions and therefore less scarring. These advancements are not just beneficial for surgeons but for the clients alike.

The future of plastic surgery and cosmetic surgery is exciting, and the good news is that technology is still moving forward.

Angela is a senior editor at Dreniq News. She has written for many famous news agencies.