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Clinical Data from Plastic Surgeon in New Jersey Helped in Final Determination of 2008's Top Plastic Surgery Procedures
Date:3/18/2009

SAPS, which has been the world's leading organization for cosmetic surgery research and education since its founding in 1967.

"In my opinion, great news for the growth of our industry is the apparent growth in approval of cosmetic surgery from society," explains Dr. Franckle. "According to the ASAPS stats, 23% of woman are more favorable of cosmetic surgery than they were 5 years ago, likewise, 18% of men are more favorable of cosmetic procedures.

The study also determined that women had 92 percent of all cosmetic procedures last year totaling 9.3 million with men undergoing 800,000 procedures at 8 percent.

For more informationboard certified, surgeon for cosmetic surgery in South Jersey, Dr. William Franckle, visit www.premierplasticsurgeryarts.com

Dr. William Franckle is certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery and is a member of the highly regarded American Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons. He completed his medical training at UMDNJ-Robert Wood Johnson Medical School in all disciplines- medical, general surgery and plastic and reconstructive surgery.

Valuing patient safety above all other considerations, Dr. Franckle maintains his board certification by participating in the ABMS Maintenance of Certification™ program. He regularly attends regional and national professional meetings to maintain the highest standards. Dr. Franckle is among a select group of board certified plastic surgeons who have attained the highest level of achievement in cosmetic surgical training, continuing medical education, and clinical experience.

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