The 5 Myths of Cosmetic Surgery

Dr. Dorner recently unveiled the five myths of Cosmetic Surgery on Fox 28 Good Day Columbus.

Check out the video or take the quiz below to find out how much you know about cosmetic surgery!

How much do you know about Cosmetic Surgery?

1. True or False: Breast augmentation was the most requested reconstructive surgery in 2016.

Answer: True! According to a recent report from the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, board-certified plastic surgeons reported a total of 290,467 procedures in 2016. A close second was liposuction, and third was nose reshaping.

2. True or False: Breast implants increase your risk of getting breast cancer.

Answer: False. The Institute of Medicine (IOM) found evidence that breast implants do not cause breast cancer or the recurrence of breast cancer. However, it’s still essential to undergo routine screening for breast cancer — breast self-exams, mammograms and clinical breast exams — just as you would if you didn’t have breast implants.

3. True or False: In 2016, Americans spent 30 billion dollars on cosmetic plastic surgery and minimally-invasive procedures.

Answer: False! It’s “only” $16 billion!

5. True or False: The most popular minimally-invasive cosmetic procedure last year was wrinkle treatment injections.

Answer: True! There were 7 million procedures in 2016. The second most requested was hyaluronic acid fillers at a distant 2 million procedures. Other popular procedures were chemical peels, microdermabrasion and laser treatments.

5. True or False: Reconstructive surgery for men is on the rise.

Answer: True! Just like many women, a growing number of men want to feel comfortable in their own skin, confident in all life’s situations and are finding plastic surgery to be a good option.
· Male breast reductions (26,175 procedures in 2014 – increased 29 percent since 2000)
· Pectoral implants (1,054 procedures – increased 208 percent from 2013 to 2014)

6. True or False: Non-surgical rejuvenation treatments can achieve the same results as surgical procedure.

Answer: False – Non surgical treatments can help delay the time at which a facelift becomes appropriate and complement the results of surgery.

By |2018-10-03T12:09:29+00:00May 18th, 2017|In the News|0 Comments

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