The fashion for plastic surgery and an increase in various parts of the body has returned again, but now it all looks completely different. Almost every second girl after giving birth undergoes breast surgery, and some resort to changing its shape and size at a young age. The fashion for excessive thinness has long been replaced by the forms of Kim Kardashian, therefore, if five years ago implants in the buttocks were exotic, now it is the duty of many A-list stars to demonstrate their presence. So why has plastic surgery turned from a risky intervention into a routine procedure? According to surgeon Maxim Nesterenko, who runs his own clinic, he performs three to four operations a day.
“Even 10-15 years ago in Moscow there were just a handful of specialists in this field,” Maxim shared with Super. - Today there are dozens of them, which means that more operations are performed every day. Due to competition, the cost is reduced, and plastic becomes more affordable. Previously, it was the prerogative of show business stars; today, a person with an average income can also afford to improve their appearance. In addition, the attitude towards plastic surgery has changed. She ceased to be perceived as something out of the ordinary, rather, as a trip to the dentist. For example, when I was just studying to be a doctor, only 10-20% of women injected Botox. Today, after 30 years, the overwhelming majority of the fair sex resorts to this procedure. I think plastic will come to this. Young girls under 30 years old often turn to a plastic surgeon to improve their appearance and attract the attention of the opposite sex: to make their nose thinner, more prominent cheekbones, to enlarge their breasts or buttocks. From 30 to 40 years old, operations are popular that allow you to recover from childbirth: breast lift, restoration of the proportions of the abdomen, intimate plastic surgery. " Another reason for the general obsession with ideal forms is quick recovery. As the plastic surgeon notes, now you can recover from the operation in a couple of days.
“Surgery is a rather conservative specialty, so it is impossible to significantly speed up recovery,” the doctor said. “Nevertheless, the advent of endoscopic techniques has made it possible to make very small incisions on the body that are less traumatic. Accordingly, now the patient is recovering faster and is in the clinic after the operation not for a week, but only for one or two days. In addition, modern pads and ointments can accelerate healing. However, before going to the clinic, you need to cure all infectious diseases and acute respiratory viral infections."