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Do you have stats or reports about cosmetic surgery in the UK?

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Thank you for submitting this inquiry.  Our database has a few reports in the healthcare industry.  Below are descriptions of the most relevant reports.

Report 1: Research and Markets: UK Cosmetic Surgery Market Report 2014, July 2014

This report is an article from Bloomberg Businessweek that discusses statistics on the cosmetic surgery industry in the UK including the market for nonsurgical cosmetic procedures, market share as well as the breakdown of market share by body part (such as surgeries on the face/neck, breast, or body).  It briefly discusses demand increase and projections for 2014 and 2015.

“Despite the recent PIP breast implant scandal, breast augmentation remains the most popular type of cosmetic surgery; the second-most popular procedure was blepharoplasty (eyelid surgery), followed by face and neck lift, breast reduction and rhinoplasty (nose surgery)” (pg 1).

— UK Cosmetic Surgery Market Report 2014, July 2014

Report 2:  National Health Report 2015-Healthcare in the UK, Jan 2015

There is a segment in this report on cosmetic surgery with specific data on the numbers of certain “nose jobs” conducted as well as the average cost for adults and teenagers. There is also discussion and charts describing the responses to survey questions asking individuals whether non-essential procedures should be offered.

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— National Health Report 2015-Healthcare in the UK, Jan 2015

Report 3: Social, Cosmetic Procedure in the UK, Jan 2015

This report is a cosmetic interventions study of the Scottish population discussing the incidence of private procedures among Scottish people as well as their confidence in treatment provided by private healthcare industries for cosmetic surgery compared to other types of surgeries, their level of familiarity with cosmetic procedures, and their opinion as to whether these procedures should be covered by health insurance.

There is a chart discussing the distribution of cosmetic procedures purchased among the study participants by type such as cosmetic dentistry, injectables, laser skin treatments, nose job, face lift, liposuction among others. Finally, there is discussion on their level of satisfaction with the procedures.

I hope you find this useful, and can see that there is a lot of useful information available through the portal about the healthcare industry. If you have any additional needs or questions about our reports, please feel free to contact us.

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