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Known as the ‘tweakment,’ 2019 is all about subtle enhancements that make the most of your already beautiful natural features and we couldn’t be more for this…

Cosmetic surgery, whether that’s a breast enlargement or addressing a deviated septum with rhinoplasty, should still feel like part of you. Whatever procedure it is that you have in mind, it is about feeling like the version of yourself who you’ve always wanted to be, rather than someone completely different.

This is where the subtle enhancement comes in, where more and more men and women are taking into consideration their existing frame, figure and facial architecture and choosing subtle and often undetectable procedures which still absolutely feels like them.

With this in mind, here are the 5 cosmetic surgery and medical aesthetics treatments and procedures which are set to be big news as we move further into 2019:

1. Teardrop shaped breast implants

Since the dawn of breast enlargement surgery, it has traditionally been the larger, round implants which have taken centre stage with an obvious, cosmetically enhanced look in mind. But this isn’t for everyone, and it is fair to say that more natural enhancements are becoming more popular year on year.

Set to continue into 2019 as more women are requesting teardrop shaped implants which most closely mimic the natural curve and silhouette of breasts, choosing to go up one or two cup sizes only for a fuller, womanly cleavage.

2. Smaller, perkier boobs

Just as breast augmentations are becoming aesthetically subtler and more natural, we have also noticed a spike in the number of breast reduction consultations. Whilst this is a popular option for women with naturally very large chests that struggle with backache and other difficulties, it is also becoming popular with women who feel that they went ‘too large’ with their original breast surgery and now want a more natural and in proportion look, opting for smaller implants.

3. Baby ‘micro’ Botox

Botox has always been seen as an anti-ageing treatment most popular with women in their 40s onwards, who want to address noticeable lines and wrinkles for a more youthful, awake look. But this is becoming increasingly popular amongst a younger clientele, who see it is as a preventative measure, to stop lines and wrinkles in their tracks before they have the chance to form.

Additionally, the medical aesthetics industry is also anticipating the release of Botox 2.0 for longer-lasting results using less product than its traditional counterpart. Watch this space!

4. Jawline contouring and 3D facial fillers

Injectable fillers have come on leaps and bounds in recent years and certainly show no signs of slowing down. Advancements in what you can achieve using dermal fillers mean that contouring and strobing is no longer achieved only through the magic of makeup- supermodel cheekbones and a chiselled jawline can be perfected using Juvderm for a longer-lasting and more defined result.

5. Subtle tweaks to your nose

Whilst traditional rhinoplasty is still one of our most popular cosmetic procedures, it is septoplasty which is gaining serious traction within the world of nose surgery.

This is a less invasive form of nose surgery, although it can also be combined with rhinoplasty, which simply involves straightening the tip of your nose for both aesthetic and medical reasons if you have a deviated septum.

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Our facilities include our own private hospitals in Manchester, Birmingham and London as well as a wide network of clinics across the UK, so we are never too far away.

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