Looking like your latest Instagram post, in real life, is more accessible than you may think. According to The American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, social media presence has increased cosmetic procedures by 33 percent since 2013.
The "selfie" craze has spiked in recent years with the establishment of Instagram pictures and disappearing Snapchat photos. Many plastic surgeons are reporting a rise in patients who want to look exactly like their filter-modified social media posts.
In previous years, patients would bring photographs of celebrities like Angelina Jolie or Britney Spears to consultations, pointing to their face or figure as what they wanted to see in the mirror. But now, plastic surgery candidates no longer desire to look like someone else, ratherthey want to look like the person they see in their phone camera album.
Social media has increased our personal awareness as well as its broadcast to others. If you don't want people to see your double chin or acne, there is an Instagram filter that will eliminate problem areas while enhancing your best features.
There are numerous natural, minimally-invasive procedures available at Marotta Facial Plastic Surgery to help you achieve your greatest desires. These include:
- Botox treatments
- Chemical peels
- Ultherapy non-surgical facelift
- Vein and vascular treatment.
If you would like to enhance your facial features or modify an area recently highlighted by one of your social media sites, dual board certified facial plastic surgeon Dr. James Marotta can help youmake a change. If you're not 100 percent happy with how you look, take the steps available to make a change. Read through more available procedures offered at Marotta Facial Plastic Surgery and schedule a consultationtoday.