Additional data from the 2013 American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery survey reveals that patients are more concerned about overall results (73%) and cost and recovery time (71%) rather than the social stigma of having a procedure.

Surgeons who were surveyed revealed that “being secretive” or “feeling embarrassed” about having surgery were the least of patient concerns. This is a change from previous years when cosmetic get-aways were planned with the hope that no one would ask about a revitalized appearance.

For male and female patients under age 35, the most common surgery performed was rhinoplasty (90% for males and 86% for females).

Botox was the second highest among women (84%) and septoplasty (functional nose surgery) among men (66%).

In 2013, more than half of facial plastic surgeons (58%) have seen an increase in cosmetic surgery or injectables in those under age 30.

In the 35-60 age group, the most often performed procedures are blepharoplasty (eyelid surgery), brow lift, Botox, facelift filler injections and chemical peel procedures.

A trend that continues from previous years is that patients are more educated about plastic surgery and the use of non-surgical procedures to delay surgical procedures.

We are proud to offer a wide range of surgical and non-surgical options to help you achieve your cosmetic goals.

Our commitment to education and research ensures that we deliver state-of-the art cosmetic and reconstructive care.

We’ve also earned the trust and respect from our colleagues and have established reputations as caring physicians and skillful surgeons.

Please call us to schedule your personalized consultation at 215-503-FACE (3223) or by using our contact form.

*Source: Facial Plastic Surgery Today