Posts Tagged ‘ Plastic Surgery ’

Can Older People Take Advantage of Cosmetic Surgery?

According to a study by the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (Consumer Attitude Surgery 2010), 77% of people over the age of 65 years are open to undergoing plastic surgery. Cosmetic surgery is not just for young people. Older men and women can also benefit from cosmetic surgery. More and more people over the […]


The Risks of Plastic Surgery Tourism

Over the past several years, a trend has emerged in the world of plastic surgery. An increasing number of people are traveling overseas to undergo cosmetic and medical procedures, typically at a much lower price than it would be in Canada or America. While the prospect of cheap plastic surgery may be appealing to many, […]


Five Myths About Plastic Surgery

As plastic surgery continues to grow in popularity, many myths and misinformation about these procedures have grown as well. Let’s take a look at some common myths and misconceptions about plastic surgery. Five Myths About Plastic Surgery: Plastic surgery is only for vain people. Plastic surgery is performed for many reasons, and not for vanity […]


The Top 5 Cosmetic Surgery Procedures In The World

Approximately 23 million cosmetic procedures were performed throughout the world in 2013, and those numbers are expected to rise as plastic surgery surges in popularity, according to the International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, which recently released statistics on surgical and non-surgical cosmetic procedures around the world. Botulinum Toxin (usually known by its brand names, […]


5 Common Plastic Surgery Myths

As plastic surgery procedures increase in popularity and more people opt to “go under the knife,” the abundance of myths and misinformation surrounding plastic surgery grows as well. Plastic surgery is only about looks. Though the nature of plastic surgery addresses cosmetic issues, research shows that consumers feel that looks are a major component of […]