A panel of plastic surgeons from across the country join The Doctors to share their best secrets and recommend what procedure they think will give you the best bang for your buck.
Last year nearly 16 million people in the U.S. had a cosmetic procedure done. But the "desired" look is different across the country. Plastic surgeon Dr. Andrew Ordon shares that in Beverly Hills the trendiest surgery of late is the "My O Lift," which focuses on raising the neck area through a non-invasive procedure.
Plastic surgeon Dr. Cash shares that in Houston, Texas the new breast trend is to remove the implants. She's finding that smaller is better. Dr. Cash works on reshaping their natural breast tissue, which allows her to make them bigger or smaller, and to sit up by themselves. She uses silk protein or pig skin if their natural tissue has been stretched over time.
Plastic surgeon Dr. Alvarez reveals that the Brazilian butt lift is the most popular procedure in Miami right now. He has personally done over 1,000 lifts.
"Women want their bodies back!" says Plastic surgeon Dr. Breslow. After kids, the "mommy makeover" is the most asked for procedure on the east coast. He also shares that "looking like you've had something done is worse than looking like you need something done." This is the east coast mantra for achieving a natural look with plastic surgery.
The Midwest obesity rate is at an all-time high. Approximately 30% of people in the Midwest are overweight. So it's no surprise that the most asked for procedure according to plastic surgeon Dr. Pryor is liposuction.
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So what procedure may give you the best bang for your buck if you're considering going under the knife?
Dr. Cash recommends eyelid surgery or rejuvenation with filler. Everyone looks at your eyes and if you can rejuvenate them it can brighten your whole face.
Dr. Alvarez recommends sunscreen and Botox, which can help you prevent wrinkles and keep you looking young.
Dr. Pryor says is Bellafill is the longest lasting filler on the market and reduces the need for repeat treatments over time.
ER Physician Dr. Travis Stork recommends doing your homework if you're considering any procedure. Look up the doctors credentials, make sure they have a good-standing medical record, and get multiple opinions before undergoing a major procedure.