Providing further evidence that medical aesthetic treatments are moving into the mainstream, a new survey conducted online by The Harris Poll on behalf of RealSelf reveals more than one in three adults (37%) in the U.S. are considering at least one cosmetic treatment in the next 12 months, including surgical ones (24%). The RealSelf Aesthetics Interest Survey also revealed four in five (80%) report there is at least one part of their body they would like to change, most notably the midsection (abdomen or back) (47%) and teeth (33%); and close to a quarter (24%) report they have had at least one cosmetic treatment in the past.
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SunevaMedical, Inc., parent company for Bellafill announces groundbreaking survey by The Harris Poll. Results reveal of the 9 million patients who have had dermal fillers, an estimated 8 million are experiencing filler fatigue. The findings called attention to this pharma phenomenon, with 58% of users noting frustration and hassle in scheduling regular appointments. More than two in three users also claimed that their fillers don't last as long as they used to. By far, the top reason for not getting fillers as often as they would like is the cost of ongoing maintenance (56%).
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The rise of 'selfies' and social media is having a huge impact on the facial plastic surgery industry according to a new study. In 2013, more than half of surveyed facial plastic surgeons (58%) saw an increase in cosmetic surgery or injectables in those under age 30. Women — particularly moms — continue to be the most likely candidates for facial plastic surgery and account for 81% of all surgical and non-surgical procedures in 2013.
Social media may be influencing more consumers to consider cosmetic surgery, according to a new survey by the American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery (AAFPRS). The number of men undergoing facial plastic surgery also continues to rise, as more patients cite the need to remain competitive in the workforce as a determining factor in their decision. Men are more likely to request plastic surgery as a result of their significant other also undergoing cosmetic surgery.
A new report from the American Society of Plastic Surgeons shows that men underwent more than 1.1 million cosmetic procedures in 2010, a rise of 2%. Many male surgical procedures increased significantly; facelifts for men rose 14% in 2010, while male liposuction increased 7%. For men, though, some experts believes the spike in plastic surgery has a direct relationship with the economy, as baby boomers are trying to look younger to compete in the job market. Another trend plastic surgeons are seeing is the type of patient seeking their services — the typical patient is now just an "average" guy who wants to look as good as he feels, and is not necessarily a high-profile consumer. The type of procedures that men seek out vary by age.
According to a recent survey by the American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery, anti-aging procedures such as facelifts and blepharoplasty (eyelid lifts) are on the rise. So are botox and fillers. Baby boomers are aging but they don't want their looks to do the same, therefore, many are turning to cosmetic surgery. Facelifts rose 44% from 2008 to 2009 in procedures by AACS members, totaling 34,455 in 2009. Blepharoplasty procedures went up 42%, from 42,602 to 60,507. Similarly, non-invasive anti-aging procedures such as Botox (up 157%) and fillers (up 245%) rose exponentially.