Analysis: 2014 Plastic Surgery Statistics Report

Written by WD Staff, Skin Care Specialists on May 29, 2015 2 Comments

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The American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS) recently released its annual report, 2014 Cosmetic Plastic Surgery Statistics. Beyond documenting the number of surgical and non-surgical cosmetic procedures performed within the United States, this report is a great indicator of current (and future) aesthetic standards valued by our society.

Here are some interesting highlights of the report:

  • Compared to 2013, the overall demand for cosmetic procedures increased 3% in 2014, with surgical procedures increasing 1% and non-surgical procedures increasing 4%
  • Buttock enhancement procedures saw significant gains in 2014, with buttock augmentation via fat transfer increasing 15% and buttock implants increasing 98% compared to 2013.
  • The number of men seeking plastic surgery continues to rise. 2014 saw a 208% increase in the use of pectoral implants and a 29% increase in gynecomastia surgery.

Most Popular Surgical Cosmetic Procedures

Most Popular Non-Surgical Cosmetic Procedures

It is interesting to note that of the five most popular surgical procedures, the only one that increased from 2013 was liposuction (up 5%). On the contrary, of the five most popular non-surgical procedures, all increased from 2013 except microdermabrasion(down 9%).

WD Staff

A united group of skin care specialists from Westlake Dermatology & Cosmetic Surgery, Austin's leader in Dermatology and Plastic Surgery. Articles posted under WD staff are authored through combined contributions from our entire team, including Plastic Surgeons, Dermatologists, Aestheticians, Physician Assistants, Aesthetic Nurses, and Patient Coordinators.

2 Responses to “Analysis: 2014 Plastic Surgery Statistics Report”

  1. Avatar Domingo says:

    This is great info, I’m working on a project for school. I was wondering if you did something similar for more recent information?

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