Plastic Surgery Boom: Face, Breast, and Body Procedures

The surge in the number of plastic surgery procedures continues unabated into 2022, and New York
City is no exception. Across all aspects of cosmetic treatments, from nonsurgical and minimally
invasive options to surgery itself, men and women are seeking out aesthetic interventions that will
make them look their best. The significant increase in plastic surgeries includes procedures on the
face, breast, and body, with the following types of surgery at the top of the list:

In addition to the boom in plastic surgery in adult patients, there has also been an uptick in the number
of high school and college students seeking surgery while they are off campus or taking time off from
school. In addition to rhinoplasty, gynecomastia correction, and breast reduction, teenagers,
adolescents, and young adults are often interested in correction of breast asymmetry due to
congenital breast development issues.

Along with the rise in the popularity of plastic surgery, there has also been an increase in the numbers
of providers of these services. With numerous unsubstantiated claims of expertise, compounded by
the ease of manipulation of photos on social media platforms, it is becoming increasingly more difficult
for patients to find trustworthy sources of information to select their physician. To ensure best results
and the smoothest experience, choose a board-certified plastic surgeon who specializes in aesthetic
surgery, as demonstrated by membership in the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery.

Dr. Olivia Hutchinson is a board certified plastic surgeon in NYC with advanced specialized training in
aesthetic surgery. Her private practice is dedicated to cosmetic surgery of the face, breast, and body
using the most advanced techniques and shortest scars. Her office on Manhattan's Upper East Side
offers a fully accredited Operating Room for the safety, comfort, and privacy of her patients. To
schedule a consultation with Dr. Hutchinson, please contact us or call us at (212) 452-1400.


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