What could be more normal to see people who consider themselves aging to have plastic surgery?
The novelty lies in 3 points
- The increasingly pronounced age of candidates for cosmetic surgery.
- The number of candidates more and more high .
- The enlargement of the type of surgery performed on these people.
Thus, according to ASAPS , more than 1 million aesthetic and non-surgical but still aesthetic surgical treatments were performed on all over 65s in 2014.
This figure only takes on its full dimension when considering the increase in the number of treatments. In the last 5 years, the figure for all ages has increased by 63% and by 320% in the last 15 years. And seniors over 65 made up 10.4% of total cosmetic procedures in 2014 against 4.6% in 2005.
At the same time as this sharp increase in the demand for cosmetic procedures, it is remarkable to note that in addition to the most popular operations such as cervico-facial lifting and eyelid surgery (blepharoplasty), other operations are now of interest to more than 65 people. years, while apparently they do not directly relate to aging. ASAPS reports that breast augmentation is up 30% and botulinum toxin (botox) use has risen 97% over the past 5 years.
As for rhinoplasty, it increases by 343% in the same period of time. For this last type of intervention, it has been noticed that aging also affects the shape of the nose, a slight intervention on it participated in the rejuvenation obtained in addition to a facelift. Seniors in Miami should suggest using the best rhinoplasty specialists in Miami.
As for breast augmentation, it contributes to the overall rejuvenation desired by those over 65.