Cosmetic Statistics for Non-Surgical Procedures**


 
Quick Facts: Highlights of the American Socity for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery(ASAPS):
 

There were over 10 million surgical and nonsurgical cosmetic procedures performed in the United States in 2008,

as reported by theAmerican Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ASAPS).

 

  • Surgical procedures accounted for 17% of the total with nonsurgical procedures making up 83% of the total.

  • From 2007-2008, there was over a 12 percent decrease in the total number of cosmetic procedures.

  • Surgical procedures decreased by 15 percent, and nonsurgical procedures decreased by almost 12 percent.



Top non surgical cosmetic procedures among men and women in 2008
 
  • Botox procedures: 2,464,123

  • Hyaluronic Acid :Hylaform, Juvederm, Perlane/Restylane: 1,262,848

Top non-surgical cosmetic procedures for WOMEN



  • Botox 2,239,024

  • Hyaluronic Acid (including Hylaform, Juvederm, Perlane/Restylane) 1,200,420

Women had almost 92 percent of cosmetic procedures. The number of procedures (surgical and nonsurgical) performed on women was over 9.3 million, a decrease of over 11 percent from the previous year. Surgical procedures decreased 15 percent; nonsurgical procedures decreased by 11 percent. Since 1997, surgical procedures increased 104 percent, while nonsurgical procedures have increased 233 percent.
 

​Top non-surgical cosmetic procedures for MEN
 
  • Botox injection 225,099

  • Hyaluronic Acid (including Hylaform, Juvederm, Perlane/Restylane) 62,428

Men had over 8 percent of cosmetic procedures.

The number of procedures (surgical and nonsurgical) performed on men was over 800,000 a decrease of over 21 percent from the previous year. Surgical procedures decreased 18 percent; nonsurgical procedures decreased 22 percent. Since 1997, surgical procedures have decreased over 15 percent while nonsurgical procedures have increased 239 percent.

 
Frequency of cosmetic non-surgical procedures by AGE GROUP
 
  • 45% Ages 35-50 4.6 million Botox

  • 26% Ages 51-64 2.7 million Botox

  • 6% Ages 65 and over 634,667 Botox



The top five nonsurgical cosmetic procedures in 2008



  • Botox injection (2,464,123 procedures)

  • Laser hair removal (1,280,964 procedures)

  • Hyaluronic acid (1,262,848 procedures)

  • Chemical peel (591,808 procedures)

  • Laser skin resurfacing (570,880 procedures)

BOTOX AND DYSPORT STATISTICS



  • 4,795,357 Botox and Dysport injections in 2009

  • 5,014,446 in 2008

  • 786,911 Botox injections in 2000

  • % difference, 2009 vs. 2008: -4%

  • % difference, 2009 vs. 2000:  509%

  • % of all cosmetic procedures done in 2009:  43.7%

2009 spending on Botox and Dysport injections: $970,297,777

Botox and Dysport for Women
Females undergoing Botox and Dysport injections in 2009 — 4,487,708Women % of total Botox and Dysport injections in 2009
— 94%% change in Botox and Dysport injections for women, 2009 vs. 2000 — 227%
 
Botox and Dysport for Men

Males undergoing Botox and Dysport injections in 2009 — 307,649
Men % of total Botox and Dysport injections in 2009 — 6%
% change inBotox and Dysport injections for men, 2009 vs. 2008 — -2%

Botox and Dysport by Age

  •  patients ages 13-19 — 11,889

  •  patients ages 20-29 — 70,972

  •  patients ages 30-39 — 917,299

  •  patients ages ≥40 — 2,709,768

Sources**

The American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery

ASPS Procedural Statistics represent procedures performed by ASPS member surgeons certified by The American Board of Plastic Surgery® as well as other physicians certified by American Board of Medical Specialties-recognized boards. © ASPS, 2010 All figures are projected.



About the ASAPS Cosmetic Surgery National Data Bank​

ASAPS, working with an independent research firm, compiled the 12-year national data for procedures performed 1997-2008. A paper-based questionnaire was mailed to 16,000 Board-Certified physicians (6,000 Dermatologists, 6,000 Otolarynologists, and 4,000 Plastic Surgeons). A total of 894 completed and valid responses (461 Plastic Surgeons, 277 Dermatologists, and 156 Otolaryngologists) were received in time for tabulation. Final figures have been projected to reflect nationwide statistics and are based exclusively on the Board-Certified Plastic Surgeons; Otolaryngologists; and Dermatologists. The findings have been aggregated and extrapolated to the known population of 23,600 physicians who are Board Certified in these specialties. Though the confidence intervals change by procedure, depending on the grouping’s sample size and the response variance, the overall survey portion of this research has a standard error of +/- 3.21% at a 95% level of confidence.

 

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