Monthly Archives: June 2012

2011 Shows Another Increase in Plastic Surgery Procedures

Recently, the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, released their 2011 Plastic Surgery Procedural Statistics Report. In this report, which was discussed on NBC’s “Today Show,”  the stats show that that across the board procedure rates are up 5% from 2010 for men and women. The rise in procedures may be a marker of consumer confidence, but …

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Plastic Surgery for Men on the Rise

Male plastic surgery has been on the upswing for years, even during this tight economy.  Plastic surgery is now commonplace and becoming rapidly more acceptable for men.  According to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS), male plastic surgery has increased 121% since 1997. “I believe as baby boomers age—both men and women—they see themselves as …

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Annemarie has her own Nose, Minus the Bump

Annemarie is a single 34-year-old professional woman who has always wanted to have a nose job (rhinoplasty).  She inherited hermother’s nose and always hated how it had two bumps that made it look like knuckles. Rhinoplasty was the sixth most popular cosmetic surgery in 2011, and over 126,000 of these procedures were performed.  Both men and …

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