Cosmetic Surgery Procedures Liverpool – BAAPS StatisticsPublished on 19th November 2012

 

According to the British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons, the economy may be shrinking but so are waistlines around the UK, in particular male ones. In spite of a climate of financial austerity and a burgeoning breast implant scandal over the last year, Britons have clearly not lost faith in the benefits of cosmetic surgery. Audit figures from the British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (www.baaps.org.uk) today reveal that the number of procedures continued to increase steadily by nearly 6% increase on average (similar rise to 2009 and 2010) and rather unusually, not even one individual procedure decreased in popularity.

The number of surgical procedures in 2011 showed a rise of 5.8% from 2010 to a total of43,069 and their order of popularity remained entirely unchanged. The most impressive stats have been recorded specifically in male tummy tucks (abdominoplasty), which showed an increase of 15%.

For the first time, the audit included fat transfer procedures (where fat is taken from one part of the body and injected elsewhere – mainly into the face to restore volume).

Highlights:

 

The figures in full:

 

MEN & WOMEN COMBINED

The top surgical procedures for men & women for 2011 (total 43,069 an increase of 5.8%)

In order of popularity (the ranking showed no changes from last year in the order of procedures):

 

 

 

WOMEN ONLY

The top surgical procedures for women in 2011 (38,771 total. An increase of 5.8% on 2010)

Women had 90% of all cosmetic procedures in 2011, the same percentage of total procedures as in 2010

2011 figures for women in order of popularity:

 

 

MEN ONLY

The top surgical procedures for men in 2011 (4,298 total. An increase of 5.6% on 2010)

Men had 10% of all cosmetic procedures in 2011, the same percentage of total procedures as in 2010

2011 figures for men in order of popularity:

 

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