• Cosmetic Surgery Statistics 2002

    6.6 Million Americans Get A Nip, Tuck, And Lift With Cosmetic Plastic Surgery In 2002 American Society of Plastic Surgeons Reports 2002 Statistics ARLINGTON HEIGHTS, Ill. – Nearly 6.6 million people had cosmetic plastic surgery in 2002, according to statistics released today by the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS). The number of people choosing

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  • 2003 Cosmetic Surgery Statistics show strong increases

    Chicago (January 26, 2004) – The results of the American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery’s (AACS) 2003 Procedural Survey show growth in nearly all cosmetic procedures, with the greatest amount of growth in non-invasive treatments. According to its members, over 870,000 patients were treated in 2003, a 6.7% increase from 2002. The largest area of growth

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  • Desire For Plastic Surgery May Be More Than a State of Mind

    Course Allows Plastic Surgeons to Better Identify Patients With Psychological Disorders SAN DIEGO – While plastic surgery is great for the majority of the population, some people’s desire for plastic surgery goes beyond wanting to enhance or maintain their appearance. Rather, a small minority of people may be driven by an obsession or psychological disorder.

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  • Journalists Receive Premier Award For Reporting Of Plastic Surgery From The ASPS

    SAN DIEGO – Journalists from NBC’s Dateline, Glamour, KPIX (CBS, San Francisco), KGO radio (San Francisco), Naples Daily News (Florida), and WebMD will receive the preeminent 2003 Circle of Excellence Media Award, presented by the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS) at Plastic Surgery 2003 in San Diego, October 25-29. With more than 5,000 members,

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  • Cosmetic Surgery Attitude

    ASAPS Cosmetic Surgery Attitude Study Shows Big Gender Differences: American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery Reports 2004 Survey New York, NY (February 19, 2004) – Women are more than twice as likely as men to consider having cosmetic plastic surgery, and the gender gap may be widening. According to a February 2004 attitude study of

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  • 10 Cosmetic Plastic Surgery Predictions for 2004

    10 Cosmetic Plastic Surgery Predictions for 2004

    From the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery The American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ASAPS), the leading national organization of board-certified plastic surgeons who specialize in cosmetic surgery, offers its predictions for cosmetic surgery in 2004. New, longer-lasting soft-tissue fillers for facial wrinkles and creases will challenge Botox for the number one spot among

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