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5-Star Review!

July 31st, 2017

Dr. Ralph Bashioum, Wayzata Plastic Surgeon

Amanda B writes a 5-Star Review on Google

“So happy I chose Dr. Bashioum to do my Augmentation. He is a very honest, caring and respectful plastic surgeon. He made me feel comfortable and was always looking out for my best interest. He takes pride in his surgical technics and it shows, I love my results! His staff is very friendly and welcoming. I would recommend him to anyone looking for a plastic surgeon. He took care to another level, personally calling the evening of my surgery (twice) and the next morning. Amazing! Recovery was easy, my only regret was not getting this done earlier.”

Dear Amanda, Thank you for taking time to share your experience of having your cosmetic surgery at Bashioum Cosmetic Surgery Center. I am delighted you love the results! We strive to provide our patients with well-informed choices before surgery and with comprehensive 24/7 after-care available following surgery. It’s always a pleasure to hear from patients that we met their expectations. I will be very pleased to share your comments with my great staff, many of them have been with me for more than 20 years. What a nice way to start off the week.

Thank you,

Dr. Ralph Bashioum

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Millennial Men Seeking Cosmetic Surgery Trend

June 26th, 2017

Man Bun and millennial cosmetic surgery trendMillennial men are increasingly turning to cosmetic surgery procedures, according to a new trend survey conducted by the American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. About 1/3 of the responders aged 18-34 said the main reasons for considering cosmetic procedures was to look younger and feel better about themselves, followed by wanting to look more rested and less stressed. However, older millennials aged 25-35 indicated that it was to maintain a more youthful competitive edge in their careers.

Why is this a trend? There may be several factors at work here. We have seen the phenomena of social media and the surge of “Selfie” culture influence both men and women on a grand scale. While millennial men are late to the party, people of all ages have become more critical of their appearance on social media and it easily translates to considering cosmetic procedures. First stop on that train are fillers, autologous fat transfer and Botox®, followed by facial rejuvenation surgery. While I have seen a slight uptick in consultation requests from men, they mention numerous reason for considering surgery. I suggest that this social media trend will continue, but as with all trends, it will likely subside as Facebook and others become less popular with millennials when the business and complexities of their lives may eventually leave less time for social media indulgences, while finally banishing the “man bun.”

 

 

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