Cosmetic surgery is becoming more commonBetween 2009-2010, there was a 9% increase in the total number of cosmetic surgeries performed in the U.S. http://inquiries.healthtravelguides.com/HTG_Ranker/.
Americans are spending big bucks$10.7 billion was spent on cosmetic procedures in 2010. While still expensive and not normally covered under insurance in the U.S., cosmetic procedures in beautiful locations ithroughout Mexico are quite affordable, and feature top international physicians. Chat with a Health Travel Guide now:https://healthtravelguides.custhelp.com/ci/documents/detail/2/1005.
Caucasians have the most cosmetic surgeryMinorities account for just 19% of surgeries: Hispanics, 8%; African-Americans, 6%; Asians, 4%; and other non-Caucasians, 1%.
Doctors are focused on surgerySurpisingly, 75% of doctors surveyed by ASAPS (American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery) reported they do not offer complimentary spa-like services, such as facials or massages in conjunction with their medical practices. Additionally, 88% of the doctors do not work with medical spas where nonsurgical procedures like injections and laser procedures are performed. Internationally, you have lots of options. When choosing a surgeon, consider what your needs are. If you want a breast augmentation and some facial fillers, there are expereinced surgeons who can address both your needs!
People betwee 35-50 have the most surgeryThis age group had more than 4 million procedures in 2010, accounting for 44% of the total. The younger demographic, 19-34 had 20% of procedures; age 51-64 had 28%; age 65 and over had 7%; and age 18 and younger had 1.3%. Contact Health Travel Guides for information on cosmetic surgery options abroad, 866-978-2573. Ask for Courteny at ext. 120.
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