Is cosmetic surgery for you?

Many people wonder about how common plastic surgery really is. Since the methods of performing plastic surgery have become more and more refined, you're less likely to realize when one has a plastic surgery operation. To that end, in this article, we'll be discussing some hard numbers that relate to plastic surgery so that you can understand exactly how prominent the procedures are.

- In the year of 1999 alone, the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery noted that it's doctors and surgeons had performed almost 11.9 million cosmetic procedures. Of these procedures, 18 percent were surgical and the remaining 82 percent were non-surgical.
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Articles on cosmetic surgery

Plastic surgery statistics
Many people wonder about how common plastic surgery really is. Since the methods of performing plastic surgery have become more and more refined, you're less likely to realize when one has a plastic surgery operation.

Abdominoplasty - all about the tummy tuck
When most people think about plastic surgery for removing fat deposits from around their midsection, they think of liposuction. However, liposuction is most often used for small deposits of fat localized around the body.

All about the face lift
You often hear about celebrities undergoing face lifts in order to keep their look of youth alive. The face can become weathered to the world, with gravity, sun exposure, and the daily problems that life throws at you all beginning to show on your face.

Basic information on Rhinoplasty
One of the most commonly sought-after forms of plastic surgery is the rhinoplasty. This surgery is used in order to make the nose of a person fit more aesthetically with the rest of their face.

Blepharoplasty: some basics on eyelid surgery
One type of plastic surgery that is extremely popular, yet not often talked about, is the blepharoplasty. This type of surgery is used to remove fat from the upper eyelids of a patient.

Choosing a plastic surgeon
Plastic surgery is a process that many people choose to undergo in order to change their physical appearance. Many of the plastic surgery options available are on the expensive side, and paying money is no guarantee that...

History of plastic surgery
Plastic surgery is a combination of surgical procedure and an art form that strives to improve the looks of an individual. While many believe that the term 'plastic' refers to the appearance of the individual undergoing the surgery changing to look...

Information about chemical peels
Chemical peels are a type of cosmetic surgery that you can undertake if you desire to improve the texture of the skin on and around your face. It's a common cosmetic procedure that is undergone by many, but...

The basics of breast augmentation
Breast augmentation is one of the most commonly performed cosmetic procedures in women. Many find that an increase in breast size helps to give them much-needed confidence and for that reason, more and more women are...

What you need to know about liposuction
The presence of heavy deposits of fat in the midsection and elsewhere can be really unappealing from an aesthetic standpoint. Many people seek to alter their appearance by removing some of the fat present in their bodies, and to that end...

 

Cosmetic surgery news on the Web




eYugoslavia.com
One of the renowned surgeons at CosmetiCare, an Orange County Cosmetic Surgery Center and MedSpa, Dr. Michael Niccole recently shared his views on teen plastic surgery and its growing popularity. Nowadays, children, teens and young adults are getting ...
Harley Medical News
PR Web (press release)




San Francisco Chronicle (blog)
Hollywood beauty Michelle Pfeiffer has spoken out in favor of cosmetic surgery, revealing she is “all for” the appearance-enhancing procedures. The “Dangerous Liasons” star, 53, insists too much criticism is levied at women who go under the knife to ...
Huffington Post
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Sacramento Bee
By Cosmetic Surgery Center of Maryland BALTIMORE, Oct. 6, 2011 -- /PRNewswire/ -- Women get the lion's share (87 percent) of all the surgical and non-invasive cosmetic procedures in the United States. That's why most plastic surgery advertising is ...
PR Web (press release)
PR Newswire (press release)




The Sun
Herbert Chavez has had 13 years of cosmetic surgery to look like Superman, and he's planning more By ELLIE ROSS THIS must be the world's biggest Superman fan — a 35-year-old who has gone under the knife to look just like his childhood hero. ...
Daily Mail
ABC News (blog)
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DigitalJournal.com (press release)
Dr Sarah McMillan specializes in Mommy Makeovers and procedures of the Breast. This includes Breast Augmentation, Breast Lift, Breast Reduction and Breast Reconstruction. Dr McMillan is a ABMS Board Certified Plastic Surgeon practicing at a ...




HealthNewsDigest.com
(HealthNewsDigest.com) - The American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery looks at the statistics for thirty-four different cosmetic procedures. Nineteen of the procedures are surgical, such as rhinoplasty or facelift. ...
PR Web (press release)
Benzinga (press release)




News Junky Journal (press release)
Pamela Howard, wife and office manager for Board Certified Plastic Surgeon Paul S. Howard, MD, FACS has launched ThePlasticTruth.com, an educational and highly informative web site dedicated to uncovering the truth ...




DigitalJournal.com (press release)
Pamela Howard, wife and office manager for Board Certified Plastic Surgeon Paul S. Howard, MD, FACS has launched ThePlasticTruth.com, an educational and highly informative web site dedicated to uncovering the truth about board certification and ...




PR Web (press release)
According to the latest statistics from the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS), cosmetic surgical procedures increased by 2% to over 1.6 million performed in 2010. Dr. Thomas Lintner, a plastic surgeon in Atlanta, says the recent popularity of ...
Harley Medical News
Online PR News (press release)
Benzinga (press release)




Fox News
But it never occurred to Daniels that cosmetic surgery might be the solution—at least, not until her OB/GYN offered to make some cosmetic tweaks at the same time as a scheduled hysterectomy. "He said, 'We're going to be opening you up anyway, ...
U.S. News & World Report
Blue Springs Examiner
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