What is the cosmetic surgery that every millennial wants? Study reveals

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Mexico.- A study conducted by doctors and researchers revealed which is the most popular -and requested- cosmetic surgery among millennials.

According to the American Academy of Facial and Plastic Reconstructive Surgery (AAFPRS), millennial generation wants to “look young”.

In this sense, millennials are the ones who most resort to the operating room and the scalpel to get some ‘fixes’ on their faces.

Rhinoplasty, the cosmetic surgery most requested by millennials

In the last year, the United States recorded a 40% increase in plastic surgery,

To the surprise of many, the patients who undergo these procedures the most belong to the millennial generation.

female doctor with a syringe

DOCTOR WITH A SYRINGE (PIXABAY)

AAFPRS research showed that millennials want take a few years off.

And, with this goal in mind, they go to the doctor to perform some cosmetic surgery that makes it a reality.

According to the case study, the most popular plastic surgery among millennials is rhinoplasty; the aesthetic procedure involving the nose.

“What they are looking for is to rejuvenate the face through this procedure,” said one of the doctors in the study.

Woman with marks for cosmetic surgery

WOMAN WITH MARKS FOR AESTHETIC SURGERY (UNSPLASH)

Following rhinoplasty, there are other cosmetic surgeries among the most requested by millennial patients:

  • face lift
  • neck stretch
  • Repair droopy eyelids
  • Remove excess skin on eyelids and jowls
Women get more rhinoplasties; men hair grafts

The study on what is the most requested plastic surgery by millennials, also yielded data about the patient gender.

On this, it is known that women are the ones who most resort to cosmetic surgery of rhinoplasty and facelift.

While millennial men dominate the numbers in hair grafts and botox.

Lying man face

FACE OF A LYING MAN (PIXABAY)

According to researchers, millennials turn to plastic surgery after being influenced by aesthetic models of TikTok and more social networks.

Likewise, he highlighted that another main motivator is “improving the appearance in videoconferences” as a consequence of the pandemic and remote meetings.

“The use of video for business, social media, and self-promotion is now so ingrained in society that it provides an easy, ever-present lens for self-scrutiny.”

AAFPRS Study

By Hazel Barrera

RDS

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