Patients Travel Abroad For Plastic Surgery

A survey conducted by treatmentabroad.com reports that in 2007, 100,000 patients traveled abroad for plastic surgery treatments. According to the report, the reason that patients traveled abroad was to avoid infections such as MRSA, to avoid NHS wait

ASPS Releases 2007 Plastic Surgery Statistics

According to statistics released by the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, plastic surgery procedures of the face and chest were popular among women and men in 2007, increasing at similar rates for similar procedures.

Legislator Wants Tighter Rules On Plastic Surgery

State Rep. Monique Davis, an Illinois lawmaker, says she wants more stringent regulations on plastic surgery and would like to see a board-certified plastic surgeon affiliated with an accredited hospital or university to perform all procedures.

Men Prefer Sclerotherapy Over Hair Replacements

According to the survey results of the American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery 2007 Procedural Data, sclerotherapy, the standard treatment for spider and varicose veins, is the second most aesthetic procedure performed by men. In the past 5 years, scle