New Year, New You?
With 2019 coming to an end, many of us find ourselves setting personal goals for the upcoming year. It’s that “new year, new you” kind of mindset that’s seemingly contagious. Most New Year’s resolutions include weight-loss, self-improvement, a change in diet or even completing a task. Although, for many of those hoping to become their best selves in the year 2020, resolutions can also focus on reflecting one’s inner beauty on the outside as well. What better time to look as good as you feel, than the New Year? It’s 2020, and there are countless procedures available to suit each and everyone’s unique aesthetic needs. What are the options for some common patient needs?
For those wanting immediate results:
Surgical procedures such as a facelift, breast augmentation, or eyelid lift procedures can achieve results that are noticeable immediately. Any time skin or fat is being completely removed, you can expect to notice a difference right away. This is the same idea when an implant is being placed in your body. Or even dermal fillers!
For those wanting no downtime:
Some popular options for patients whose busy schedules don’t allow time for recovery include injectables, such as Botox, Kybella, or dermal fillers! Some non-ablative laser treatments may also be an option. Kybella is great for targeting small pockets of fat. Botox and laser treatments are popular choices for skin rejuvenation, and dermal fillers work by restoring volume loss! All are relatively quick and gentle treatments with no downtime.
For those want to try something new:
PERK plastic surgery was one of the first practices in California to offer the new, remarkable aesthetic treatment- The Plasma Pen! This is a revolutionary non-surgical device that tightens and smooths your skin naturally. This treatment has been utilized in Europe with great success on over 60,000 patients. It was FDA-approved and released in the USA In 2017! It works by creating tiny, superficial wounds in the skin, in order to stimulate your body’s natural collagen production. The small scabs typically heal in 7-10 days.