Non-surgical procedures are among the newest trends in plastics to make cosmetic surgery less complicated. New procedures. Such as FAMI, VANQUISH, and KYBELLA®, are offering nip and tuck without a knife.
Rising number of patients are trying to take advantage these non-invasive options with little downtime. Men are also showing increasing interest in these opportunities to defy aging as gravity kicks in. Non-invasive treatments cost can add up as many patients need multiple sessions.
List of Non-Surgical Aesethic Procedures:
- Botox, Dysport (Botulinum toxin type A)
- Cellulite Treatment
- Chemical Peel
- Laser Hair Removal
- Laser Skin Resurfacing
- Laser Treatment of Leg Veins
- Soft Tissue Fillers
BOTOX for Browlift
Botox is a muscle paralyzing injection into or near facial muscles to temporarily weaken or prevent it from working. It is used for wrinkles, eyebrow lift, excessive sweating, migraines, muscular disorders, and some bladder and bowel disorders.
Facial Autologous Muscular Injection (FAMI) is a minimally invasive facial rejuvenation procedure to reverse the loss of volume due to aging. It involves removing adult stem cells from another area of the body and inject the living fatty tissue into specific muscles in the face. The addition of Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) enhances the desired fat transfer outcome.
Vanquish is a revolutionary, non-surgical and FDA-cleared treatment for body contouring. This procedure uses radio frequency energy to heat and melt fat pockets. It heats the skin to 101 degrees, and the underlying fat cells to 120 degrees. Vanquish fat removal works on core, abdomen, hips, back and buttocks. The therapy can result circumferential reduction of 2 inches for the abdomen without downtime or discomfort.
KYBELLA (previously known as ATX-101) is a non-surgical procedure to reduce moderate / severe fat on the upper neck. To break up fat cells, injections are made in the chin area (Double Chin). If you try diet and exercise, and you do not lose the turkey neck, you are a good candidate for this treatment. Patients may need several sessions to be effective.
Trends of Minimally-Invasive or Non-Invasive Procedures
- Botulinum Toxin Type A – 6.7 million – 6% Increase from 2013
- Soft Tissue Fillers – 2.3 million – 3% Increase from 2013
- Chemical Peel – 1.25 million – 7% Increase from 2013
- Laser Hair Removal – 1.1 million – 3% Increase from 2013
- Microdermabrasion – 882,000 – 9% Decrease from 2013