Dr. Garrett A Wirth shared the latest trend in Cosmetic Surgery

Dr. Garrett A Wirth, (MD, MS, FACS), who is a renowned plastic surgeon based in the world-famous Newport Beach, USA region of southern California. Also, he is an author, inventor, educator, and has also been certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery spoke about the latest trends in cosmetic procedures.

In a statement Dr. Wirth said, “Recently, people are becoming increasingly conscious about their appearance as we live in the age of social media. These pressures include Instagram filters and perceived “perfection” of others that seem to change all too frequently. ‘Pre-juvenation’ is one of the latest trends in the realm of cosmetic interventions which still includes surgery, but is looking to avoid it in the near future “The goal of “Pre-juvenation” is to maintain and highlight what you love about your looks currently, and look to avoid or hold off on the need for any REjuveneation procedures.”

Dr. Wirth however, wants to help people gain a better understanding of cosmetic procedures so that they can make informed and educated decisions. However, he remains passionate about doing surgery, he still said, “it is not for everyone, and I find joy in helping people maintain their beauty with interventions from skin health, injectables, skin treatments, non-surgical fat melting and skin tightening opportunities and more!”

He further added that over the past few decades, more and more people are opting for non-invasive cosmetic procedures. These procedures are more nuanced, to help patients deal with minor details that they find irksome. These “micro-optimizations” are gaining immense popularity as they help people look and feel better. According to the current trend, many people under the age of 30 are opting for minor or non-invasive procedures in order to prevent the manifestation of aging. They even prefer to take pre-emptive steps to remain ahead of the curve. Dr. Wirth further added, “Non-surgical cosmetic procedures have moved from becoming more socially acceptable to actually being very popular. From tackling the signs of aging to reducing wrinkles and sagging in the face or neck, pre-juvenation is here to stay.”