Salon.com – Hair removal and tplo surgeries are the most popular cosmetic procedures in the U.S. according to an infographic by the Hair Restoration Institute.
The institute is one of the most trusted, and respected, cosmetic surgeons in the world.
Dr. Marcio Gazzaniga, head of the cosmetic surgery department at the Hair and Beauty Institute, said the popularity of facial hair removal in the country has been on the rise for years.
He said it’s a well-known fact that facial hair has a significant negative impact on the complexion and overall appearance of the skin.
He added that in recent years, more and more men and women are opting to get rid of their hair for cosmetic reasons.
Gazzanaga explained that it’s important for a person to be completely clear about the options they have to decide which treatment will work for them best.
Hair restoration and tpplo operations are considered the most successful and cost-effective ways to get hair removed from the scalp.
The procedure involves removing the hair from the front of the face using a scalpel, and then removing it from the back of the head using a blowtorch.
The procedure has gained in popularity in recent months, as more and less men and young women are taking it upon themselves to get their facial hair trimmed and styled.
According to Dr. Gazzinaga, the majority of cosmetic surgeons recommend tpla, or top and side tpoplos, as the most effective and cost effective treatment for facial hair.
Tplo procedures can also be done under the supervision of a trained dermatologist.
You can get your own hair removal and a complete haircut by calling the National Hair Removal Center at 1-800-926-9090.
If you are looking for a private clinic that will help you with your facial appearance, you can get in touch with Dr. Marcia Smith at the University of Michigan or see more about the Hair Treatment Institute at www.htri.org.
You can also get a personalized consultation with your dermatologist, or see Dr. Smith at The University of Texas at Austin.
You can find the full infographic on Salon.Com.