Cosmetic procedures in 2007
Publicado em 26/12/2008
NEW YORK, NY (February 25, 2008) Nearly 11.7 million cosmetic surgical and nonsurgical procedures were performed in the United States in 2007, according to statistics released today by the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery. The Aesthetic Society, which has been collecting multi-specialty procedural statistics since 1997 says the overall number of cosmetic procedures has increased 457 percent since the collection of the statistics first began. The most frequently performed procedure was Botox injections and the most popular surgical procedure was liposuction.
"Our statistics confirm that aesthetic plastic surgery is not defined by race or gender," said Aesthetic Society president Foad Nahai, MD. "The number of surgical and nonsurgical procedures performed on men increased 17 percent since last year, and 22 percent of the aesthetic procedures were performed on traditional racial and ethnic minorities."
TRENDS AND DEMOGRAPHIC DATA
Top surgical and nonsurgical cosmetic procedures among men and women in 2007:
Surgical # procedures Nonsurgical # procedures
Liposuction 456,828 Botox 2,775,176
Breast augmentation 399,440 Hyaluronic Acid (Hylaform, Juvederm, Restylane) 1,448,716
Eyelid surgery 240,763 Laser Hair Removal 1,412,657
Abdominoplasty 185,335 Microdermabrasion 829,658
Female breast reduction 153,087 Laser Skin Resurfacing 647,707
Top cosmetic procedures for WOMEN Surgical # procedures Nonsurgical # procedures
Breast augmentation 399,440 Botox 2,445,656
Lipoplasty 398,848 Hyaluronic Acid (Hylaform, Juvederm, Restylane) 1,364,533
Eyelid surgery 208,199 Laser Hair Removal 1,226,974
Abdominoplasty 180,457 Microdermabrasion 743,748
Breast Reduction 153,087 IPL Laser Treatment 584,530
Women had 91 percent of cosmetic procedures. The number of procedures (surgical and nonsurgical) performed on women was over 10.6 million, an increase of 1 percent from the previous year. Surgical procedures increased 9 percent; nonsurgical procedures decreased by less than 1 percent. Since 1997, surgical procedures increased 142 percent, while nonsurgical procedures have increased 743 percent.
Top cosmetic procedures for MEN:
Surgical # procedures Nonsurgical # procedures
Liposuction 57,980 Botox injection 329,519
Eyelid surgery 32,564 Laser hair removal 185,684
Rhinoplasty 31,713 Microdermabrasion 85,910
Male breast reduction 20,280 Hyaluronic Acid (Hylaform, Juvederm, Restylane) 84,184
Hair transplantation 16,491 IP laser treatment 63,177
Men had 9 percent of cosmetic procedures. The number of procedures (surgical and nonsurgical) performed on men was just over 1 million, an increase of 17 percent from the previous year. Surgical procedures increased 5 percent; nonsurgical procedures increased 21 percent. Since 1997, surgical procedures have increased 3 percent while nonsurgical procedures have increased 886 percent.
Frequency of cosmetic procedures by AGE GROUP:
% of total Age # procedures Top surgical procedure Top nonsurgical procedure
47% 35-50 5.4 million Liposuction Botox
25% 51-64 2.9 million Eyelid Surgery Botox
21% 19-34 2.4 million Breast augmentation Laser Hair Removal
6% 65 and over 700,096 Eyelid Surgery Botox
2% 18 and under 205,119 Cosmetic ear surgery Laser Hair Removal
Racial and Ethnic Distribution
Traditional racial and ethnic minorities accounted for 22 percent of all cosmetic procedures in 2007. Hispanics again led minority racial and ethnic groups in the number of procedures: Hispanics, 9 percent; African-Americans, 6 percent; Asians, 5 percent; and other non-Caucasians, 2 percent.
Location and Fees
Almost fifty-four percent (54 percent) of cosmetic procedures in 2007 were performed in office-based facilities; 28 percent in freestanding surgicenters; and 17 percent in hospitals. Americans spent just over $13 billion on cosmetic procedures; $8.3 billion was for surgical procedures, and $4.7 billion was for nonsurgical procedures.
Quick Facts 2007
There were nearly 11.7 million surgical and nonsurgical cosmetic procedures performed in the United States in 2007, as reported by the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ASAPS). Surgical procedures accounted for nearly 18% of the total with nonsurgical procedures making up 82% of the total.
From 2006-2007, there was a 2 percent increase in the total number of cosmetic procedures. Surgical procedures increased by 8 percent, and nonsurgical procedures increased by 1 percent.
Since 1997, there has been a 457 percent increase in the total number of cosmetic procedures. Surgical procedures increased by 114 percent, and nonsurgical procedures increased by 754 percent.
The top five surgical cosmetic procedures in 2007 were: liposuction (456,828 procedures); breast augmentation (399,440 procedures); eyelid surgery (240,763 procedures); abdominoplasty (185,335 procedures); and breast reduction (153,087 procedures).
The top five nonsurgical cosmetic procedures in 2007 were: Botox injection (2,775,176 procedures); hyaluronic acid (1,448,716 procedures); laser hair removal (1,412,657 procedures); microdermabrasion (829,658 procedures); and IPL laser treatment (647,707 procedures).
Women had nearly 10.6 million cosmetic procedures, 91% percent of the total. The number of cosmetic procedures for women increased 1 percent from 2006.
The top five surgical procedures for women were: breast augmentation, liposuction, eyelid surgery, abdominoplasty and breast reduction.
Men had nearly 1.1 million cosmetic procedures, 9 percent of the total. The number of cosmetic procedures for men increased 17 percent from 2006.
The top five surgical procedures for men were: liposuction, eyelid surgery, rhinoplasty, breast reduction to treat enlarged male breasts, and hair transplantation.
People age 35-50 had the most procedures 5.4 million and 46 percent of the total. People age 19-34 had 21 percent of procedures; age 51-64 had 25 percent; age 65-and-over had 6 percent; and age 18-and-younger had less than 2 percent.
The most common procedures for age 18-and-under were: laser hair removal, microdermabrasion, chemical peel, otoplasty (ear reshaping) and rhinoplasty.
Traditional racial and ethnic minorities, as of last year, had approximately 21 percent of all cosmetic procedures, an decrease of 1 percent from 2006: Hispanics, 9 percent; African-Americans, 6 percent; Asians, 5 percent; and other non-Caucasians, 2 percent.
Where cosmetic surgeries were performed: office facility, 54 percent, hospital 17 percent; and free-standing surgicenter, 29 percent.
Of the doctors surveyed 70 percent say they do not offer "spa" services (e.g. wraps, facials, massages) in conjunction with their medical practices. 86 percent of the doctors say they do not work in conjunction with medical spas where nonsurgical procedures, such as injections and laser procedures are performed.
Americans spent just under $13.2 billion on cosmetic procedures last year.
Figures may not add exactly to totals and percentages may not equal 100 percent due to rounding.
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