The Major Way Plastic Surgery Has Changed Over the Years
By NewBeauty Editors |
There’s a recent shift away from the unnatural look—a pulled-too-tight face, eyebrows that sit high on the face and overtly large breasts—and toward a soft and natural one. “The aesthetic that people look for changes and is always influenced by pop culture. Right now it’s about looking like you haven’t had anything done,” says San Jose, CA, plastic surgeon Kamakshi R. Zeidler, MD.
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There has been a change in aesthetic ideals, and the techniques and tools that surgeons have at their disposal have improved, giving way to better results. “Breast augmentation patients now have other types of implants to choose from that give more natural-looking fullness that’s still sexy,” says Dr. Zeidler.