Plastic Surgeon Mohammed Hussain Alqahtani Shares 5 Popular Trends in Plastic Surgery
When it comes to the realm of plastic surgery, some procedures are trendier than others, according to Mohammed Hussain Alqahtani. Dr. Alqahtani, born in Saudi Arabia, has more than ten years of experience as a cosmetic surgeon. When the now 39-year-old speaks of plastic surgery, you can be sure that he knows what he’s talking about.
Day in and day out, he uses his expertise to help men and women from all walks of life to become the best versions of themselves possible. When asked to list five popular trends in plastic surgery, Dr. Alqahtani graciously obliged.
- Facelifts and More
Facelifts have always been popular, and they still are. But the trend has expanded in scope to include other parts of the body, namely the buttocks, the breasts, and the upper arms. A skilled plastic surgeon can extract excess tissue and skin from the part of the body being worked on, which will leave the client with firmer, healthier-looking skin.
- Pouty Lips
Another popular trend is pouty lips. You’ve no doubt seen celebrities who have had this procedure done, even if they deny it. It involves the use of dermal fillers. When administered in the proper quantity by the hands of a skilled plastic surgeon, the result for the client is fuller and plumper lips.
- Smaller Breast Enlargements
When most people think of plastic surgery on the breasts, they usually assume that they want their breasts enlarged. But more and more patients are opting for smaller enlargements. One reason is that they wish for their chest size to be more proportionate to their height and weight, which means that bigger isn’t necessarily better.
- Plump Butts
Some celebrities are celebrated for their ample derrieres. If a well-rounded behind is what you want, you can get one, either through implants or courtesy of transferring fat from another part of your body to your rear.
Have you ever heard of mommy makeovers or daddy makeovers? They’re becoming increasingly sought-after these days. As more men and women struggle to lose weight, they are frequently turning to plastic surgeons to perform abdominoplasty. This procedure involves extracting excess skin and fat, resulting in a flatter abdomen.
Dr. Alqahtani, who has been interviewed on TV interviews several times over the years, continues to see high demand for his plastic surgery services. And he’s determined to stay the course by helping his patients to both look and feel their best.