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The Most Popular Cosmetic Surgery Procedures In Ireland For 2022

23 November 21

2021 was an excellent year for plastic surgery. Lots of people were booking in for consultations and starting their journey towards their dream body!

With the new year just around the corner, we thought it’d be fun to take a look at what the most popular cosmetic surgery procedures in Ireland will be for 2022. 

From nose jobs and boob jobs to tummy tucks and liposuction, there’s a lot of excellent plastic surgery procedures on the rise for 2022. 

Let’s look at the top 5 most popular cosmetic surgeries in Ireland for the new year and how they can benefit you and your body.

 

1. Nose Surgery

Nose surgery also called rhinoplasty or a nose job has been a popular contender to the most popular cosmetic procedures for decades. 

Nose jobs are often associated with the celebrities of the world, but it’s also quite popular amongst the ‘regular’ men and women of the world. It can help a person reshape their nose to gain a more balanced look. 

Like our team at Auralia, a skilled plastic surgeon can help you make your nose smaller or even refine the shape to suit your face more. Nose jobs are also used to help correct deviate septums and improve a patient’s ability to breathe. 

If you think you’d be interested in getting a rhinoplasty procedure done, then get in contact with our team today. 

 

2. Eyelid Surgery

Blepharoplasty, more commonly known as eyelid surgery, will become one of the most common cosmetic procedures in 2022. This surgery is mainly used to help the patient regain a more youthful look by getting rid of any eye wrinkles and crows feet. 

Although it’s mainly used to reduce the signs of ageing, eyelid surgery can also help correct impaired vision if sagging skin is causing issues. 

If you’re striving for a younger look, then eyelid surgery is the perfect choice for you. This procedure will allow you to rid your face of bags, wrinkles and other undesirable features that tend to pronounce themselves with age. 

Want to book in for an eyelid surgery consultation? Get in touch with our expert team today. 

If you want to learn more about the procedure and what’s involved, then take a glance at our eyelid surgery page. 

 

3. Breast Augmentation

If you’re unhappy with the way your breasts look, then breast augmentation is the way to go. This incredibly popular cosmetic procedure is perfect for anybody looking to make their breasts bigger or smaller. 

Breast augmentation surgery is used to:

  • Correct asymmetry
  • Add volume
  • Restore fullness 
  • Give breasts more shape 
  • Correct drooping or sagging 

The procedure uses implants of varying sizes to help give women their desired breast shape. 

If you want to feel more confident with your body, getting breast augmentation surgery performed could be the right path for you. 

If you’d like to learn more about breast augmentation, visit our procedure page to learn everything you need to know. 

 

4. Male Breast Reduction

Women aren’t the only ones who get breast surgery performed, and in 2022, we wouldn’t be surprised if there was an increase in the number of men who come forward in search of a male breast reduction procedure. 

Male breast reduction is usually used to treat a condition called gynecomastia. It’s a condition that causes male breasts to become enlarged and 65% of men have gynecomastia. 

Many men feel embarrassed by it and opt to get surgery to help them feel more confident about their bodies. 

If you’d like to figure out more about male breast reduction surgery, then look at our male breast reduction page on our website. 

Want to book in for a consultation? Get in touch today!

 

5. Tummy Tucks And Liposuction

Weight loss procedures are very popular in Ireland, but many people don’t realise that a tummy tuck and liposuction are not appropriate surgery to help with weight loss. 

These procedures are known as contouring plastic surgeries. They’re also two of the most popular procedures in Ireland, and we suspect this will remain the same for 2022. 

What is liposuction?

Liposuction is a procedure that removes any unwanted fat from the body. It’s used to help contour the body’s shape and give the patient the form they’ve always dreamed about. The procedure is perfect for anybody who wants to smoothen or shape their body into their ideal silhouette. 

With the help of our skilled surgeons and modern liposuction techniques, you’ll be able to achieve the look you want in a safe and secure environment. 

Find out more about liposuction here!

What are Tummy Tucks?

Tummy Tucks, or as it’s also known as abdominoplasty, is not a weight-loss procedure. It’s a surgical procedure that tightens your abdomen muscles to give you your desired look. 

This procedure is perfect for getting rid of:

  • Abdominal bulges
  • Lax skin
  • Stretch marks
  • Excess fat

In many cases, no amount of dieting or exercise can eliminate excess skin or fat from pregnancy or weight loss. 

Abdominoplasty removes the excess skin or fat from the middle and lower areas of the stomach. It also tightens the muscles underneath to help contour the body and give the patient a look they’ve always dreamed of. 

 

Learn more about tummy tucks here!

If you’re thinking of getting a cosmetic surgery procedure performed in the new year then our team would love to be the team to help you reach your body goals. Give us a call on 01 612 0551 or visit our contact page to book in for a free consultation today. 

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