Cosmetic Procedures for Men and Women
According to the 2010 American Society of Plastic Surgeons report on cosmetic procedures in men and women, breast augmentation remains the top overall cosmetic surgical procedure, a position it has held since 2006.
Overall, breast augmentations rose 2% in 2010, but eyelid surgeries rose 3%. Liposuctions overall rose 2%, tummy tucks 1%, and nose reshapings (rhinoplasty) declined 1% in 2010.
Botox treatments rose 12%, laser hair removal 5%, and soft tissue filler procedures were up 3%.
Microdermabrasion procedures for men and women combined fell 9%, and there was no change in chemical peels.
Other key findings:
- 48% of all cosmetic procedures are done on people between the ages of 40 and 54.
- 91% of all cosmetic procedures are on women.
- $10.1 billion was spent on cosmetic procedures in 2010, up 1.2% from the previous year.
- The region with the most cosmetic procedures performed, 3.7 million, was the Mountain/Pacific region.