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Did you know Aussies spend a mind-blowing $1 billion a year on cosmetic procedures? Here, leading cosmetic doctor Stephen Crimston reveals the five most popular trends on the market - and the ones worth your money.

1. Biomodulator: Although relatively new to Australia, biomodulation injections have swiftly risen in popularity, capturing the attention and admiration of both both patients and aesthetic practitioners.

Unlike traditional dermal fillers that target specific areas, biomodulators work by stimulating the body's own collagen and elastin production.

This dual action of intense hydration and tissue repair creates a natural-looking lift and tightening effect, reducing fine lines and wrinkles.

Biomodulator injections are a relatively quick procedure with minimal downtime making them an attractive option for patients with busy lifestyles.

2. Non-surgical jawline: The popularity of using dermal fillers for jawline enhancement has surged in the field of aesthetic medicine - and is still growing.

Jawline augmentation is a popular trend among both men and women due to its ability to create a well-defined and sculpted facial appearance.

Dermal fillers offer a non-invasive and relatively quick solution for those seeking to improve their jawline without the need for surgical procedures.

The treatment involves injecting dermal fillers into strategic points along the jawline, allowing for precise contouring and reshaping.

The results are often immediate, with little to no downtime, making it an attractive option for those seeking immediate facial rejuvenation.

3. Pico laser: The Pico laser is a remarkably innovative treatment that has quick results, minimal downtime and transforms the skin.

It works to help you achieve an even skin tone for a fresher and more rejuvenated complexion.

Studies have shown it will help to reduce acne scarring, improve fine lines and wrinkles, help to clear benign pigmentation lesion and difficult-to-treat melasma and can even remove tattoos.

4. Anti wrinkle Injections: These are always popular because they work so well when it comes to lifting your brows and reducing fine lines and wrinkles.

In fact, they are even great for people who suffer from headaches, as relieving the tension on the muscles that contribute to the pain has proven to help reduce the frequency and intensity.

They also work well for people who are not symmetrical. For example, if you chew more on one side of your mouth, odds are your jaw muscles on that side will be more robust. By injecting some anti-wrinkle into the jaw, you can relax the muscle and start to see more symmetry.

In terms of results when it comes to wrinkles, lines, and our face naturally dropping, I rate anti-wrinkle injections, however it is good to note that most people will need a top up every three to four months.

5. Filler: While filler gets a bad rap due to the many examples of when it is not done right on celebrities, it actually can be a very handy tool for more than just plumping up our lips.

As we age, we will all lose pockets of fat from certain areas of our face. For example, our cheeks may loose some definition, which can affect the contour and symmetry that we all enjoy in our youth.

In many instances, careful and subtle placement of dermal fillers can go a long way in addressing volume loss and supporting the skin.

People will often come in concerned that getting filler will make them look fake or overdone. We pride ourselves of consistently natural results. The truth of it is, you can only see badly done filler. When done correctly, it can be an incredible tool in the anti-ageing toolbox.

Leading cosmetic doctor, Dr Stephen Crimston, works out of the All Saint Clinics in Double Bay and North Parramatta.



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