What’s in store for the future of medical aesthetics? Dr. Bass gives an inside look at where we are right now and his expert predictions.
Injectable fillers and neuromodulators began to gain momentum in the 1990’s, and the rate of innovation with these technologies has been expanding ever since. These advances in non-surgical treatments will continue to decrease the need for big restorative surgery and revolutionize aesthetic medicine. As technology continues to improve, we can expect to see the use of artificial intelligence and imaging tools to help people visualize their potential results and and help plastic surgeons better tailor treatments for their patients’ individual needs.