Plastic Surgery Trends 2017

By Dr. Randy Rudderman
In Practice & Industry Information

What’s Trending in 2017?

What’s popular in the world of plastic surgery for 2017? Smaller breasts and nipples are trending.  Yes, you read it correctly. More patients are asking for breast augmentations with more conservative size implants and smaller nipples.

Why are patients choosing smaller implants?

Fitness is becoming more popular than ever especially with the popularity of Instagram, Pinterest, and exercise blogs.  The desirable body type on these social media sites is an athletic, feminine physique. Some women choose to enhance their shape with subtle curves like stars Iggy Azalea and Kaley Cuoco. While larger implants are still requested; many women like smaller implants because they don’t interfere with athletic activities. Typically, smaller breasts look more natural on slim, fit frames.

In addition to smaller implants, patients are requesting smaller nipples and areolas. The areola can change due to genetics, lifestyle, breast feeding, weight shifts and normal aging. Nipple and areolar surgery is very common today as women are more health and body conscious. Many women find that areolar surgery restores and creates younger looking breasts.

The ultimate goal with breast surgeries is to look your personal best. Try not to get your heart set on the certain cup size because it looks great on a celebrity or your friend because your body is unique. Dr.Rudderman can discuss options that will work best for your shape, lifestyle, and desired aesthetic goals.  Get started today by scheduling your complimentary consultation.

 

 

Dr. Randy Rudderman

Dr. Randy Rudderman

Since 1989, Dr. Randy Rudderman has been in private Plastic Surgery practice in Atlanta, focusing on the full range of aesthetic procedures – eyelid surgery, breast augmentation and breast lifts, liposuction, abdominoplasty, facelifts and facial reconstruction, among others. He also has a distinguished career in the reconstructive surgery arena, including facial and breast reconstruction. He has worked as a key member of teams from several prestigious organizations – including the AO-ASIF (Association for the Study of Internal Fixation) Foundation in Davos, Switzerland, and has conducted research at Case Western Reserve University Medical Centers, CWRU Engineering School, and NASA – producing breakthroughs in joining the science of facial biomechanics and reconstructive Plastic Surgery with rapidly evolving technological innovations.

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