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New Survey Reveals 'The Lipstick Effect' With Non-Invasive Facial Plastic Surgery Procedures
Date:3/16/2009

cording to Dr. Chatham, "Even though the economy is in dire straits, and everyone is looking for the best 'deal,' patients need to be well-informed consumers who prefer quality over quantity when researching facial procedures, invasive and non-invasive alike. The emphasis must be on selecting a qualified plastic surgeon with expertise in the face, head and neck areas, rather than who is offering the best deals in your area. For facial procedures, it is crucial to trust your face to a facial plastic surgeon."

These trends highlight the importance of outreach to educate patients about the risks and benefits of facial plastic surgery. The AAFPRS urges all patients interested in facial cosmetic procedures to find a surgeon who is board certified in the field or area of facial plastic surgery. To find a board certified facial plastic surgeon in your area, please visit www.facemd.org.

With more and more people wanting to look younger, feel better and be more active in their medical treatment, 84 percent of surgeons confirmed patients are more educated now about facial plastic surgery than ever before. Patients are doing their homework and researching different physicians to find the best one for their personal needs. Awareness of various procedures, physicians, results and recovery time play an important role in the decision-making process.

A Look Ahead

Surgeons say the future of facial plastic surgery is bright for both physicians and consumers. The popularity of cosmetic fillers will continue to grow as novel treatments (i.e. Reloxin) and technologies are introduced into the market. From a business perspective, more than 70 percent of surgeons said more physicians will incorporate wellness and lifestyle techniques into their offerings for patients. In addition, more than half of all surgeons surveyed said the reality television craze is likely to subside
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SOURCE American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
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