The field of aesthetic plastic surgery often markets to people 40 and older, and with good reason. But you may be surprised to learn which age demographic also accounts for a large (and growing) number of plastic surgery procedures. Click here to read more.
All over the world, women undergo significantly more cosmetic procedures than men, which isn’t surprising. Of the more than 20 million cosmetic procedures performed worldwide in 2014, women accounted for 17 million…more than 86% of the total. Click here for the top cosmetic procedures.
Everyone’s heard of face lifts, and you’re probably aware that there are lifting procedures for buttocks, thighs, arms, necks, bellies and more. But how much more? Vaginoplasty, or vaginal tightening, has been around for years as a reconstructive treatment for “vaginal relaxation” – the loss of elasticity after cancer treatments or other medical conditions. Click… Read More »
Several factors are driving the new demand among men for procedures to increase the length, width, and shape of the penis. These include the ready availability of sexual material on the internet, along with what Dr. Alessandro Littara, director of the Centre for Sexual Medicine in Milan, calls “changing room syndrome.” Click here to learn more.
The 23rd Biennial Congress of ISAPS will be held Oct. 23-27 in Kyoto, and you won’t want to miss it. The International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons, Japan Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, and Japan Society of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery have collaborated to offer an impressive program this year. Click here to see 10… Read More »
Globally, millennials and women over 50 make up the bulk of patients who undergo aesthetic procedures. These two seemingly-different groups actually share many of the same goals and values that drive the decision-making process. Click here to read more.
In October 2016, the 23 Biennial Congress of ISAPS will be held in the best city in the world. Kyoto, Japan was selected by Travel + Leisure as Best Overall City in both 2014 and 2015, and is likely to continue its streak in the coming year. Click here to read more.
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The suspension affects Silimed products in the European, Australian and New Zealand markets only. Click here to read more.