Tuesday, April 26, 2011

Spurt in Demand of Botox Treatment in India

It seems that the well known lunchtime procedures are on the run. As per reports, a significant rise in non-invasive surgical procedures has been observed in middle–aged men to look good and to deal with the ageing factor.

If statistics of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons are to be believed, the non-invasive procedures have gone up by 2% in 2010, especially in baby boomers. Though the number of male surgical operations remained stagnant at 1.1 million between 2007 and 2009, the number went up to 2.1 million in 2010.

Moreover, many cosmetic consultants have revealed that number of Botox treatment has notched up in the past few years as middle-aged men are concerned about removing the frowning lines without any major alternation in their facial structure.

Responding to the recent trend, Mumbai-based Cosmetic Surgeon, Manoj Kumar J. Manwani, who handles approximately 5,000-6,000 cosmetic cases every year, claimed, “All lunch-time surgeries take less than an hour, are non
-invasive or superficial, can be done with local anaesthesia and show results immediately”.

Further, cosmetic consultants have found a gradual spurt in demand of mole removal, skin augmentation, double- chin correction, chemical face peeling, laser treatment for unwanted hair, and facelifts.


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