15 Aug Cosmetic Surgery Should Help Patients Look Better, Not Different
In a recent interview with Whimm Body+Soul, Dr Molton, president of the Cosmetic Physicians College of Australasia, discussed the booming cosmetic surgery market in Australia and the many reasons why men and women are choosing to get work done.
Thanks to advancements in cosmetic medicine and technology, invasive surgical procedures are becoming less common and are now unnecessary in many instances.
People want to enhance their best features and treat common skin concerns and signs of ageing without it having to be a major ordeal that takes them away from their day-to-day responsibilities. Patients want to look better, not change their appearance entirely.
To achieve this, surgeons not only need to have the right equipment but a thorough understanding of how it interacts with the patient’s tissues.
“Having a tool is of no use unless you know precisely how to apply the medical understanding of tissue interactions with these devices. And, of course, the sharing of success stories and results via social media channels and word of mouth has also had a profound impact on the rise in popularity [of these procedures].”
You can read the full article on the Body+Soul website.