Minimally invasive cosmetic procedures have increased by almost 200 percent since 2000, according to new data released by the American Society of Plastic Surgeons.
The most well known minimally invasive techniques — there were 15.7 million a year ago — incorporate Botox, delicate tissue fillers and compound peels. Of the about 1.8 million restorative surgical strategies, breast augmentation, liposuction and nose reshaping topped the rundown.
Total U.S. corrective methods saw a two percent expansion from 2016 to 2017. There were 17.5 million surgical and insignificantly obtrusive restorative strategies performed in 2017, as indicated by ASPS information.
ASPS likewise observed an 11 percent expansion in breast reduction, up from 2016 when there was really a decay.
"Breast reductions are reliably announced as one of the most elevated patient fulfillment systems since it decidedly influences a lady's personal satisfaction," ASPS President Jeffrey E. Janis said in an announcement. "It addresses both functional and aesthetic concerns."
Tummy tucks, body sculpting and non-invasive fat procedures also saw an increase, ASPS reports.
Top five restorative surgical methodology:
1. Breast augmentation (300,378 procedures, up 3%)
2. Liposuction (246,354 procedures, up 5%)
3. Nose reshaping (218,924 procedures, down 2%)
4. Eyelid surgery (209,571 procedures, approximately the same as 2016)
5. Tummy tuck (129,753 procedures, up 2%)
Top five cosmetic minimally invasive procedures:
1. Botulinum Toxin Type A (7.23 million procedures, up 2%)
2. Soft Tissue Fillers (2.69 million procedures, up 3%)
3. Chemical Peel (1.37 million procedures, up 1%)
4. Laser hair removal (1.1 million procedures, down 2%)
5. Microdermabrasion (740,287 procedures, down 4%)