The prevalence of plastic surgery coincides with the ups and downs of the economy.

 

Plastic surgeries are increasing as the economy improves. In 2010, nearly 9.5 million cosmetic surgeries were performed in plastic or cosmetic surgery clinic.

The prevalence of plastic surgery coincides with the ups and downs of the economy.

Plastic surgery was down in 2009, Cosmetic surgery tends to follow economic trends. When there’s more discretionary money, people are feeling optimistic.

In 2010, nearly $10.7 billion was spent on cosmetic procedures, including injections, skin rejuvenations, and other non-surgical procedures.

Everybody want to look better, the motivations vary. Some feel good, but don’t look good. Their chronological age exceeds the way they feel about themselves.

Some people do it because they are at a new phase of their lives.

 

 

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