The International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ISAPS)

2014/7/29 10:35


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ISAPSのCarlos Uedbel会長は「前回調査が行われてから統計的に健全なサンプルに基づいてデータを集める戦略を改善した。これは調査の方法論をさらに改良し、より包括的なものにするための学会側の努力である」と指摘している。













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Leigh Hope Fountain (212) 278 8115 - leigh@conmx.net

The International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery Releases Statistics on Cosmetic Procedures Worldwide


NEW YORK, July 28, 2014 /PRN=KYODO JBN / --

         -- More than 23 Million Cosmetic Procedures Performed in 2013

More than 23 million cosmetic surgical and nonsurgical procedures were
performed worldwide in 2013, according to statistics released today by the
International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ISAPS), the leading
international society for aesthetic plastic surgery with more than 2,700
board-certified aesthetic plastic surgeon members in 95 countries. For the
first time, Brazil edges out the United States in terms of the number of
surgical procedures performed, and Botulinum Toxin takes the number one
position for number of overall cosmetic procedures performed.

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For the full report of ISAPS statistics along with a press release and a Quick
Facts reference guide, click here (

As ISAPS prepares to host its 22nd Biennial Congress in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
in September, this new data will spark debate among the surgeons gathering from
75 countries to share new techniques and discuss cutting-edge information about
this expanding field.

"Since our last survey was conducted, we have improved our strategy for
gathering data based on statistically sound samples," noted Carlos Uebel, MD,
ISAPS president. "This has been an effort on the part of our society to further
enhance our survey methodology and make it more comprehensive," he continued.

The countries that performed the most cosmetic surgical and nonsurgical
procedures in 2013 include:

-- United States - 3,996,631 - (17percent)
-- Brazil- 2,141,257 - (9.1percent)
-- Mexico - 884,353 - (3.8percent)
-- Germany - 654,115 - (2.8percent)
-- Spain - 447,177 - (1.9percent)

The leading cosmetic surgical procedures performed in 2013 were:

-- Breast Augmentation - (1,773,584)
-- Liposuction (1,614,031)
-- Blepharoplasty (1,379,263)
-- Lipostructure including lipofilling and stem-enhanced lipofilling
-- Rhinoplasty (954,423)

The leading nonsurgical procedures performed were:

-- Botulinum Toxin (5,145,189)
-- Fillers and Resorbables (3,089,686)
-- Laser Hair Removal (1,440,252)
-- Non-Invasive Facial Rejuvenation (1,307,300)
-- Chemical Peel, CO2 resurfacing, dermabrasion (773,442)

Women had more than 20 million cosmetic procedures; 87.2percent of the total.
The surgical procedures performed most frequently on women in 2013 were:

-- Breast Augmentation
-- Liposuction
-- Blepharoplasty
-- Lipostructure
-- Breast Lift

Men had more than 3 million cosmetic procedures; 12.8percent of the total. The
surgical procedures performed the most frequently on men in 2013 were:

-- Rhinoplasty
-- Breast Reduction for Gynecomastia
-- Blepharoplasty
-- Liposuction
-- Otoplasty

ISAPS' latest statistics indicate that cosmetic surgery is on the rise on a
global scale. Rankings are based solely on those countries from which a
sufficient survey response was received and data were considered to be

About ISAPS:

The International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ISAPS) is recognized as
the leading international body of board-certified aesthetic plastic surgeons.
Founded in 1970, ISAPS' mission is three-fold:  educating ISAPS members in the
latest surgical techniques, informing the public, and promoting patient safety.
Applicants for membership in ISAPS are thoroughly screened to ensure that they
have extensive training in the complete spectrum of surgical and non-surgical
aesthetic procedures.

SOURCE: The International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ISAPS)

CONTACT: Leigh Hope Fountain (212) 278 8115 - leigh@conmx.net