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The Pressure to Look Good Grows

isits to maintain the effect.

Men Keeping Their Cool

The quest to look as good as they feel continued strong in men during 2007. This year's report showed guys turning to both invasive and non-invasive approaches for self-improvement. The most commonly reported 2007 included:


-- Botox Hyaluronic Acid Injections (including but not limited to

Juvederm(TM), Restylane(R), Perlane(R)) Chemical Peels

-- Microdermabrasion


-- Rhinoplasty

-- Facelifts

-- Hair Transplants

Women Aging Gracefully

Women continue to be the most likely candidates for facial plastic surgery: 81 percent of all surgical procedures and 82 percent of all non-surgical procedures were performed on women. This year's report details that the most common procedures among women:


-- Facelifts

-- Blepharoplasty

-- Lip Augmentations

-- Rhinoplasty

-- Ablative Skin Resurfacing


-- Botox

-- Microdermabrasion

-- Hyaluronic Acid Injections (including but not limited to Juvederm(TM),

Restylane(R), Perlane(R))

-- Chemical Peels

This year's report highlighted the inclination among women to request cosmetic surgery in order to remain attractive to a partner or spouse (50 percent). It also showed growth in the practice of moms and daughters venturing in for cosmetic procedures together (34 percent).

Women Under 35

For those under 35, rhinoplasty was the most popular surgical procedure performed. Botox, hyaluronic acid, chemical peels and microdermabrasion were also popular among this cohort.

Chemical peels, once the hot thing, are now sharing the limelight with laser treatments that eliminate little broken blood vessels, sun spots and other bothersome blemishes. These treatments are safe if done correctly by facial plastic surgeons who have undergone training.

Knowledge is

SOURCE American Academy of Facial Plastic and ReconstructiveSurgery
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