Common Plastic Surgery Procedures in Your 30s By Stephen Hardy M.D. on January 20, 2015

A woman in a pink braAt Northwest Plastic Surgery Associates, we have helped countless patients in the greater Missoula area achieve all of their aesthetic goals. Thanks to the effective and dramatic results of breast augmentation surgery and other procedures, many people have been able to look and feel their very best.

Since a number of patients who come to our practice are in their 30s and older, we want to take a moment to consider some of the age-specific procedures that people tend to undergo. Let's focus on the 30s right now.

Chemical Peels and Facials

Sometimes a full surgery isn't necessary to take care of wrinkles and lines. Chemical peels and facials can do a lot to rejuvenate a person's skin without major downtime or any incisions. Many people who undergo facials and peels look years younger and much better about their general appearance.

Dermal Fillers and BOTOX Injections

In addition to chemical peels and facials, a number of people also consider getting cosmetic injections in order to fight signs of aging and to get rid of wrinkles. These injectable solutions can provide the results of surgery without the need for a lengthy recovery. The results can last several months, and repeat treatments can be performed as needed.

Facial Cosmetic Surgery

There are a number of facial surgery procedures that people can undergo in their 30s that make a great difference in overall appearance:

  • Traditional Facelift - A traditional facelift is ideal for the middle face and the corners of the eyes.
  • Lower Face Lift - The lower facelift is a great option for treating jowls and sagging of the lower parts of the cheek area.
  • Cosmetic Eyelid Surgery - If you have bags below your eyes or sagging upper eyelids, the ideal option to consider is cosmetic eyelid surgery. This helps improve the overall appearance of your eye area.
  • Facial Implants - The use of implants in the lips, cheekbones, and chin area can help improve overall facial contour and shape.

Breast Augmentation

A number of patients in their 30s decide to get breast implants in order to enhance their curves and improve the overall shape of their figure. Breast augmentation can truly make a great difference in people's lives, helping them feel great about themselves.

Breast Lift Surgery

If the breasts begin to droop or sag around the 30s, it's a good idea to consider breast lift surgery. During a breast lift, excess skin, fat, and glandular tissue is removed to improve the overall perkiness and pertness of the breasts.

Sometimes breast augmentation and breast lift is combined for dramatic improvements to overall body contour.


Problematic pockets of fat don't always respond to a healthy diet and regular exercise. In these cases, the ideal option to consider is liposuction. Targeted fat removal can help you look slimmer, trimmer, and better contoured overall.

Mommy Makeover Treatments

After having a baby, a woman's body goes through a number of changes. A mommy makeover will combine multiple body contouring surgeries, including breast lift and tummy tuck, to restore a woman's figure to what it was prior to pregnancy, childbirth, and breastfeeding.

Learn More About Your Options for Aesthetic Enhancement

To learn more about all of your options for aesthetic enhancement and rejuvenation, be sure to contact our cosmetic skin care and plastic surgery center today. The team at Northwest Plastic Surgery Associates looks forward to your visit and helping you make the best possible choices when it comes to looking and feeling your best.

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Stephen P. Hardy, M.D.

Stephen P. Hardy, M.D.

Dr. Stephen P. Hardy is a renowned plastic surgeon with prestigious national affiliations:

  • American Board of Plastic Surgery (ABPS)
  • American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS)
  • American Cleft Palate-Craniofacial Association (ACPA)

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