Tuesday, March 22, 2011

Cosmetic Surgery for Men Increased in 2010


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Statistics released this week by the American Society of Plastic Surgeons revealed increases in male patients undergoing plastic surgery in 2010.

The noted percentage increases for surgical (denoted by *) and non-surgical procedures were:
1) Facelift* – 14% Increase
2) Ear Surgery* (Otoplasty) – 11% Increase
3) Soft Tissue Fillers – 10% Increase
4) Botulinum Toxin Type A – 9% Increase
5) Liposuction* – 7% Increase
6) Breast Reduction in Men* – 6% Increase

2010 Top Five Male Cosmetic Surgical Procedures were:

1) Nose Reshaping (64,000)
2) Eyelid Surgery (31,000)
3) Liposuction (24,000)
4) Breast Reduction in Men (18,000)
5) Hair Transplantation (13,000)

2010 Top Five Male Cosmetic Minimally-Invasive Procedures were:

1) Botulinum Toxin Type A (337,000)
2) Laser Hair Removal (165,000)
3) Microdermabrasion (158,000)
4) Chemical Peel (90,000)
5) Soft Tissue Fillers (78,000)


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1 comment:

  1. Hi, and thanks for this post. I was amazed when i read that post, i didn't thought that there are so many men who make cosmetic surgery. As a man i don't think you need a cosmetic surgery, in fact you can use some salves if you want to look grate.

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