28th Jun 2024

Kensington Medical: Plastic Surgery Trends in 2024

Kensington Medical lists the top facial plastic surgery trends for 2024. This post will discuss the latest procedures, from facelifts to nose surgery and more! Here's what you need to know.

Facelifts at a Younger Age

Women are turning to cosmetic procedures in their mid to late 40s. The facelift is no longer just for mature individuals. Recent advancements in surgical techniques allow younger patients to take advantage of the facial rejuvenation benefits of this procedure.

Fillers and other non-invasive options that many people turned to in the past have limited effects. Too many fillers can make a face look overdone or create the pillow face effect. There has been some recent backlash with the overuse of fillers and as a result we are finding more people wanting to have a mini facelift instead of dermal fillers. They want a more natural look and the mini facelift creates that refreshed look without looking overdone or over puffed. 

Mr David Gateley, an expert plastic surgeon at Kensington Medical, explains,

"SMAS facelift, mini facelift and jowl lift or lower face lift: we are seeing more going for these facelift procedures in their 40s, 50s and 60s. And it is often incorporated with fat transfer."  The deep plane facelift has also gained in popularity with men and women aged 50, 60 and 70 years of age. 

These procedures can help reverse the signs of ageing, restoring and creating a more youthful-looking face. With the help of advances in technology, a facelift can be tailored to the individual's needs. At Kensington Medical, we offer the latest techniques and technologies to ensure you get the best results. Book a consultation to find out if you are suitable.

Nose Surgery and Preservation Rhinoplasty

Preservation rhinoplasty is a procedure that causes less trauma and as a result less swelling and bruising. We are seeing an increasing number of men and women asking for this specific nose reshaping procedure. 

We use innovative surgical techniques to adjust the nose's size, shape and symmetry.

Mr Amir Sadri, another Kensington Medical plastic surgeon who specialises in preservation rhinoplasty, says,

"Preservation rhinoplasty is a popular choice and we see it continuing in 2024.”

Most of our patients are delighted with the results—they look natural. The recovery process is fairly quick and simple. Our team can answer any questions you may have regarding the procedure and recovery.

Blepharoplasty or Temple Lifts

If you want to improve the appearance of your eyes, blepharoplasty is the way to go. It's a procedure that removes excess fat and skin from around the eyes and can help address wrinkles, dark circles, bags under the eyes, and drooping brows. Unlike fillers and skin tightening procedures like Ultherapy, blepharoplasty provides a more permanent solution.

The non-invasive approach is excellent for those looking to reduce signs of ageing around the eyes, but it doesn't provide the same benefits as a surgical blepharoplasty. The surgery removes excess fat and skin, giving the eyes a more refreshed, youthful appearance.

Mr Gateley shares:

"We are seeing many going for upper blepharoplasty or temple lift. They have tried skin tightening treatments but want something more permanent."

The temple lift is also an excellent choice for those with drooping brows, as it helps to lift the eyebrows back into place.

Get in Touch

These are just some plastic surgery trends we'll see in 2024. If you're interested in learning more or would like to book a consultation, contact our team at Kensington Medical or call us on 0204 551 4892. Our experienced plastic surgeons will help you determine the best procedure for your needs.

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