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Cosmetic surgery in India is going through a transition and major transformations are in the offing. Even the most experienced cosmetic surgeons need to literally ‘up their game’ to stay in tune with the cosmetic surgery trends. The prime aim of cosmetic surgery is to improve a person’s appearance without altering the functionality of any part.

The demand of cosmetic surgery continues to grow at the rate of 3%. Cosmetic surgery procedures are available for any part of the body and the choice to undergo cosmetic surgery is purely voluntary on the patient’s part but the results of it may be permanent. Therefore the onus is on the cosmetic surgeon to gauge the motivation and expectation of the patient before suggesting and performing a cosmetic procedure .

There are many kinds of cosmetic surgical procedures such as liposuction, abdominoplasty, breast augmentation, eyelid surgery and nose reshaping. The new and emerging side of cosmetic surgery is the demand of non-invasive procedures. With the help of less invasive and minimally invasive methods cosmetic surgeons can now augment a part of the face without performing a full-face lift.

Cosmetic surgery deals exclusively with the perspective of beauty, which is largely based on the physical attributes and sex, age and race, which  are the contributing factors to it. Cosmetic surgery is a subspecialty  of plastic surgery and since its inception it has gone under many reviews regarding the ethical and moral responsibilities of cosmetic surgeons towards patient’s expectations.

While the cosmetic surgeons are trained in understanding the aesthetics of the facial anatomy  their training lacks in minimally invasive procedures. In a recent study by the ASPS more than quarter a million people opted for non-invasive and minimally invasive procedures in 2018 than 2017. This is a huge difference and indicates the pattern shift in perception and execution of cosmetic surgeries.

Minimally invasive treatments in cosmetic surgery result in

  • Less pain
  • Quicker recovery and results
  • Less or no scarring
  • Low health care costs

In cosmetic surgery these procedures use newer and fast evolving technologies and techniques give excellent results and make procedures such as facelift and eye lifts accessible to everyone. Botox, thread lifts, aggravated facial engineering, peels and dermabrasion are some of the high-ranking procedures opted by patients worldwide.  Hair treatment and regrowth options such as PRP treatment, QR678 treatment and Stem Cell Therapy have overtaken the traditional hair fall treatments.

There are about 20 facial muscles that come into play when administrating non-invasive treatments to patients. The lack of academic and practical skills in the existing curriculum of cosmetic surgery leaves a learning gap that International Academy of Facial Reconstructive Surgery (IAFCS) fill in. Cosmetic surgeons benefit from learning the non-invasive treatments because it lets them present their patients with a better treatment plan with quicker and faster results.

International Academy of Facial Reconstructive Surgery helps cosmetic surgeons pick up hands on skill by giving them a lot of chance to practice on live models. By doing the procedure over and over again and attending the training sessions with us your skills and experience will improve over time. All  IAFCS courses are accredited and include the latest in aesthetic engineering including

Botulinum toxin: The use of Botulinum toxin A has gone up by 3% since 2017. The initial uses of Botulinum toxin were in the field of ophthalmology but now it is widely used in fields of cosmetic surgery as well as dermatology. The Beauty with Botox course at IAFCS helps the cosmetic surgeon learn how and where to inject Botox to get the most natural looking results. Botox can be used for treating crow’s feet around the eyes, premature wrinkles, migraine, overactive bladder and unnatural sweating in underarms and palms.

Dermal fillers: Expertly administered dermal fillers can rejuvenated a tired looking face to a younger fresher looking one in no time. The trick is to know where and how much to inject which our Beauty with Fillers course will make you an expert in.  different kinds of fillers serve various purposes:

  • Hyaluronic acid: The most commonly known dermal filler it comes under various commercial names such as : Captique, Esthélis, Elevess, Hylaform, Juvederm, Perlane, Prevelle, Puragen, and Restylane. It is also a popular ingredient in sheet masks nowadays. This filler is used to reduce the appearance of scars, injury and facial lines (smile lines, frown lines, smoker’s lines and crow’s feet). This filler works by improving the skin counters.
  • Calcium Hydroxylapatite: This filler is used by aestheticians to treat the nasolabial folds and marionette lines. It goes by the commercial name Radiesses and can enhance the fullness of cheeks and facial contours. This filler is biosynthetically produces and is therefore a complete non-allergen.
  • Polyalkylimide: The speciality of this dermal filler is that it is completely biocompatible and can be used for lip augmentation, treating deep wrinkles and depressed scars, and enhancing cheekbones and jawline. Its commercial name is Aquamid.
  • Polylactic Acid: This filler goes by the commercial name of Sculptra and it does just what its name suggests; it helps sculpt the facial contour by filling up the fine lines and augmenting thin lips. Polyactic acid stimulates the production of collage in the skin and is a nontoxic substance.
  • PMMA: Fillers work by plumping up the facial volume and PMMA filler (polymethylmethacrylate beads) is semi-permanent filler used to smooth out the deep fillers and fills in the nasolabial lines.

Kybella: Kybella solves the problem of double chin that plagues any people. It is non-surgical and FDA approved. It works on the principle of liposuction i.e. breaks down the fat molecules under the skin resulting in a well-defined chin with almost no downtime.

Facial threads: Thread lift is a non-invasive alternative to surgical face-lift. Cogged threads are inserted under the skin to tighten the skin giving it an immediate uplifted look. Threads are an FDA approved method of non-surgical facial rejuvenation and when strategically placed they can contour the jowl, cheek, neck, chin, and the forehead in a natural looking manner.

Non-invasive and minimally invasive procedures such as the neuromodulators and dermal fillers need regular maintenance and follow up appointment. Course at International Academy of Facial Reconstructive Surgery focus on understanding the anatomy so that the physician understands exactly where the facial muscles need to be injected because it is  different on every single person. Every face is different and therefore shape and size of each of the muscle is also different. IAFCS will help you learn and practice how to target those appropriately.