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Plastic surgery in 2020 is no longer a taboo topic like it was a few decades ago. With numerous procedures available to the general public, plastic surgery has now been accepted as a common cosmetic procedure that has become a part of everyday life. So, why exactly has there been a surge in the popularity of plastic surgery? In today’s article, we have a look at some of the factors that have contributed to the growth in cosmetic procedures in recent times. Read on to find out more!

  • Plastic Surgery Is More Affordable Now


    Rewind to thirty years ago and plastic surgery was something that only the rich and famous or elite could afford. The average person just couldn’t afford fancy procedures the way we can today. According to plastic surgeons in Melbourne, advanced technology has made it possible for once exorbitant procedures to be made more affordable to the general public today. With procedures such as lip injectables and botox that are available for as low as a few hundred dollars, the increased affordability of cosmetic procedures has seen a huge growth in its popularity amongst everyday folk.

  • Social Stigma is No Longer an Issue


    Once upon a time, the idea of having plastic surgery or knowing someone who had undergone a procedure was something that people would ridicule or look down upon. Thankfully, as a society today, we no longer have any prejudice against cosmetic procedures the way we did before. The taboo or social stigma attached to plastic surgery is almost non-existent in 2020, making people a lot more comfortable when making the decision to go under the knife. Due to no longer having to be ashamed of undergoing procedures, it is no wonder that we are seeing a surge in the popularity of plastic surgery in 2020.

  • The Rise Of Social Media


    With the rise of social media also comes the rise in the number of people who are exposed to celebrities and influencers who have undergone plastic surgery. Ask anyone you know and they probably follow an influential blogger, celebrity or online personality on Instagram. Most of these influencers are not shy about letting their fans know of the procedures they have had done to their faces and bodies. This increased exposure to a world where cosmetic surgery is the norm can be said to contribute to the average person’s decision to go under the knife.

  • Plastic Surgery Isn’t Just For Women


    According to historical data, a huge rise in the number of cosmetic procedures now performed can be attested to the increase in men who are choosing to go under the knife. Plastic surgery was once known as something only women took into consideration, but as society has evolved over the last few decades, more and more men are feeling comfortable enough to get procedures done on their faces and bodies. Wanting to look good and feel good is no longer isolated to one singular gender, neither is there any stigma left when it comes to men undergoing plastic surgery in 2020.

  • Less Invasive Procedures


    Back in the day, plastic surgery of all kinds were rather invasive procedures that required a reasonable amount of downtime. Fast forward to 2020 and you’ll find a wide variety of procedures that are minimally invasive and require close to no downtime for recovery. With the rise of lunchtime liposuction and many other procedures that require only an hour or two of your time, it is no wonder that more and more people are able to undergo cosmetic surgery procedures without having to spend days or weeks in the hospital.



    The plastic surgery industry is one that is booming and will continue to do so for the foreseeable future. We hope that this article has given you some insight into why there has been a rise in the popularity of cosmetic procedures in 2020.

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