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A Few “More” Good Trends

GREAT Points From “A Few Good Trends”

Last week American Spa published an article entitled “A Few Good Trends”, written in the form of a list of ‘predictions’ from a reputable plastic surgeon. This article captured the attention of MedResults Network as we’ve been working to initiate and advance all four of these trends within our network!  While we rarely re-post an article to our news feed, we think Dr. Julius Few hit the nail on the head (so to speak) when he lists his industry trends below.

As we constantly talk to members about what they want, what they provide and their thoughts on what works best, we’ve also included some commentary where we make recommendations on how you can incorporate these trends into your practices today (and in the near future) using the power of the network…

A Few Good Trends

In the medical spa industry, many deemed 2016 the year of the “selfie surgery,” but there’s much more in store for 2017. Here’s what Julius Few, M.D., plastic surgeon and founder of The Few Institute (Chicago), predicts will be the most in-demand beauty treatments of 2017.

Cold + Heat = Killer Body Combo When diet and exercise aren’t enough…. women love the body slimming results they get from CoolSculpting and Venus Freeze, which painlessly freeze fat and remove unwanted bulges from the arms, legs, tummy, flanks and bra area. In a recent study, Dr. Few found that freezing the unwanted fat, then heating up the skin with radiofrequency technology leads to less fat without loose skin.

What MedResults says…Enhance your outcomes. Many MedResults members have reached out to us explaining the benefits of using Coolsculpting (or the Cool Mini) to reduce fat around the submental area, followed by an Ultherapy treatment to tighten the skin. Learn more about the MRN benefit on Ultherapy here.

Non-Surgical Facelift Aging backwards (without surgery) just became a reality. Silhouette InstaLift is an effective non-invasive technology that completely redefines the face in just 30 minutes, restoring volume and reducing wrinkles with no downtime. Few was first in the Midwest to offer it and is celebrated globally for training other doctors.

What MedResults says…Dr. Few is onto something!  Look at the numbers from ASAPS’ 2015 Statistics. Over the last five years, surgical procedures increased by 17% while non-surgical procedures increased by 44%. Give your patients options for non-invasive treatments!

Combination Treatments Patients can now tackle wrinkles, volume loss and sagging in one visit. By “stacking” (or layering) innovative peels, injectables, laser treatments, ultrasound technology, and advanced skincare, this multiple treatment therapy can be delivered in one sitting to generate an optimal outcome with minimal recovery time.

What MedResults says…Patients coming in for procedures or injectable treatments should never go home without retail products to improve and prolong their desired results. After every procedure, suggest a monthly treatment plan that includes regular follow up (like PCA peels) & take-home products and/or devices.  Create your patient’s “at home aesthetic wellness program” with these products and devices.  Learn more about the MRN benefit on PCA SKIN, Stemology Skincare, and LightStim.

New Fillers on the Horizon Restylane, Refyneand, Restylane, and Defyne were recently FDA-approved for the treatment of laugh lines. These next-generation dermal fillers are designed to help smooth smile (or marionette) lines with a natural result.

What MedResults says…#TRUTH. Already we’ve heard announcements of fillers and toxins coming into the market in 2018 and beyond.  However, there are several new entrants that will be on the market as early as this summer.  Industry giants continue to invest in R-&-D to expand their existing portfolios and range of treatments while international players begin building their American presence. Keep your eyes and ears open for new FDA approvals…you can be sure that we’ll be ‘sharing’ these newsworthy announcements!

Original article by Jennifer Nied can be accessed here.

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