2023 Cosmetic Trends

As we head into the heart of 2023, we like to look at trending cosmetic surgery procedures that will be at the forefront of helping our patients achieve their aesthetic goals this year. More people are choosing plastic surgery now than ever, as there is both an increase in the variety of cosmetic procedures available, and a continued decrease in the unfair stigma that had plagued plastic surgery for years. 

Through conversations with other doctors and a visibility of increased trends in general body goals, we’ve determined a handful of cosmetic procedures that may emerge as the most popular procedures of 2023.

Breast Augmentation and Reduction

While the goals seem to be polar opposites, we will put breast augmentation and reduction in the same trending category. This isn’t a new trend, but a continuation of a trend that seemingly may never die out. A more aesthetic look to the breasts is what is generally desired here, with goal keywords such as “full” or “sporty” often thrown around. 

Large breasts tend to be perceived as less youthful, so older women are commonly opting for reductions that restore a younger look to their breasts. On the flip side, younger women with smaller breasts aren’t trying to go all out to the D or DD range anymore, but seemingly are happy with a full B or C, giving an athletic look that many crave.


There has never been a stronger push for an athletic and fit physique. Trimming of that last bit of stomach fat has proven to be exceedingly difficult even with proper exercise and dieting. Abdominoplasty is a great way to remove excess skin and fat, tighten the abdominal wall, and produce an overall thinner and firmer abdomen that you can show off to your family and friends.

The “Dr. Racanelli Difference” for abdominoplasty is the inclusion of liposuction of the love handles area. This is done at no extra charge whatsoever and truly makes a difference for an aesthetic midsection. The liposuction contours the torso to a desirable shape that is sure to meet your body goals for 2023. 


Injectable fillers have been trending up for a few years now, ever since celebrities like the Kardashians put them at the forefront of cosmetic procedures. Dr. Racanelli is an expert when it comes to not only performing filler treatments, but recommending which fillers are right for you. 

Fillers involving hyaluronic acid, found in popular injectables such as Juvederm, Restylane, and Belotero, have been used by over 15 million patients since their inception. Hyaluronic acid is used to fill in wrinkles that are mild to moderate in severity. It works by absorbing water and plumping the tissue in depressed or empty places. The end effect is a more youthful and vibrant face. It works wonders on mild wrinkles from your nose to your mouth, as well as lines around your lips. It’s also a popular way to plump up the area around the eyes.

Preventative Botox 

Botox is widely recognized as one of the most popular kinds of cosmetic therapy available today. This honor is well-deserved, as Botox is an excellent treatment for wrinkles, fine lines, crow’s feet, and other symptoms of aging. The concept of preventative Botox is one of the most common reasons why younger and younger generations are receiving Botox operations. This helps to slow down the aging process before it takes hold of a person.

Botox treatments are used to prevent signs of aging from forming. Your doctor will inject certain muscles that cause wrinkles over time, such as those that produce lines around the lips while smiling or frowning, muscles on the forehead that cause lines and wrinkles, and anything else that requires attention. By immobilizing these muscles, you essentially slow down aging in the face, making this an extremely popular and trending procedure moving into 2023.

Contact Dr. Racanelli Today

If any of these trending cosmetic procedures interest you, be sure to call Dr. Racanelli today and schedule a consultation. As an expert in all of these treatments, Dr. Racanelli can go over important information for each procedure, such as their processes and recovery, as well as answer any questions or concerns you may have. Call today!

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