The Best Surgical and Non-Surgical Procedures To Get

Surgical and Non-Surgical Procedures

The Best Surgical and Non-Surgical Procedures

This winter, consider giving yourself the gift of greater confidence with a cosmetic treatment. There are many surgical and non-surgical cosmetic procedures that are ideal for the winter months. After all, by getting cosmetic treatments done in the winter, you can be sure that you’ll be fully healed and ready for exposed summer styles next year.

The Best Plastic Surgery Procedures for Winter

  • Breast augmentation

Breast augmentation is among the most popular plastic surgery procedures today. With this procedure, women can achieve the shape and size of breasts that they’ve always wanted with implants.

With sweaters and layers being in style in the winter, this season gives you the time to recover from breast augmentation comfortably. Plus, your breasts will be healed and bikini-ready come summer!

  • Facelift

The facelift is another go-to procedure for many people looking to shave a decade (or more) off of their appearance. This procedure involves repositioning the facial tissues and muscles to achieve a more youthful look. By opting to undergo this procedure in the winter, you can prevent darkened scarring from sun exposure. Plus, you’ll get to show off your rejuvenated appearance at holiday parties and family gatherings!

The Best Non-Surgical Procedures for Winter

  • Botox

While Botox, a treatment for moderate to severe facial lines, is one of the most popular non-surgical cosmetic procedures all year long, it’s an excellent choice for winter. In the winter, people naturally spend more time indoors, leading to less sun exposure. Sun exposure can diminish the longevity of Botox injections by increasing the circulation in the face. So, by opting for Botox in the winter, you can make the treatment last for as long as possible!

  • Laser resurfacing

Laser resurfacing is used to diminish wrinkles, hyperpigmentation, age spots, and other types of skin damage. Since this treatment penetrates the layers of the skin, it makes patients particularly susceptible to sunburn. It’s important to avoid sun exposure after this effective treatment to ensure a successful recovery, making winter the best time to get it done. 

  • Chemical peels

Chemical peels utilize specific chemicals to penetrate the deep layers of the skin, spur healing, and reduce the appearance of imperfections. Similarly to laser resurfacing, chemical peels require patients to avoid the sun during the recovery process, which is easier to do in the winter. 

To schedule a plastic surgery and/or non-surgical cosmetic treatment, book a consultation at The Julian Institute of Plastic Surgery today!