While trends in plastic surgery are always interesting to readers both in and out of the field, Dr. J notes that all most patients are really concerned with is which procedures can help them best to improve their very particular features.
Beverly Hills, CA (PRWEB) December 18, 2015
A December 16 Fashion Times article looking at trends in surgeries on the breasts and buttocks quoted New York and Los Angeles-area physicians who, alongside noting the increasing popularity of butt augmentation procedures, pointed out that, generally speaking, patients were seeking out a more natural look. By taking such steps as choosing smaller breast implants and paying careful attention to just how much transferred fat doctors use in the so-called Brazilian style butt lift, Beverly Hills-based plastic surgeon Payam Jarrah-Nejad, M.D., F.I.C.S., F.A.C.S., known more casually to his patients as Dr. J, notes that patients and doctors are working together to create results that are more seamless, less dramatic, and which truly complement the patient’s overall appearance. The best plastic surgery, he suggests, doesn’t announce itself.
Of course, while buttock and breast augmentation surgery remained extremely popular in 2015 and will probably continue to gain in popularity for the foreseeable future, Dr. J notes that not all procedures are about making body parts larger, and that’s definitely true when it comes to breasts. Women seek out breast reduction operations for a number of reasons. The doctor notes that younger women frequently find themselves receiving too much unwanted attention because of an unusually prominent chest, while women of all ages often find that reducing the size of their breasts can help with painful back problems, while also typically improving their breasts’ appearance and shape. As the Fashion Times article notes, men are also receiving more procedures in the pectoral region, and Dr. J has performed a great many male breast reductions to deal with gynecomastia, a common and embarrassing condition which results in oversized breasts in men.
While trends in plastic surgery are always interesting to readers both in and out of the field, Dr. J notes that all most patients are really concerned with is which procedures can help them best to improve their very particular features. Many women, for example, are perfectly happy with the size and shape of their breast and buttocks, but they may be concerned about loose skin on their arms, a nose they feel is overly crooked, or somewhat baggy eyelids that may make them look less youthful and alert. It might be fairly typical, notes Dr. J, for some people to become more interested in particular types of dresses, shoes, or even smart phones if they are in fashion at the moment, but surgeries are another matter entirely. Most women and men, he finds, are looking for specific procedures addressing their very particular issues; knowing that a lot of other people are having success with the same procedure might be very reassuring, but it’s not actually a reason to pursue a particular surgery.
Readers interested in feeling and looking their best with procedures specific to their personal situation can call Dr. J Plastic Surgery at 310-993-3800 or visit his web site at http://www.DrJPlasticSurgery.com.