England SmartLipo Seminar with Dr. Klainer
Dr. Peter Klainer, A Guest Speaker
At The British Association Of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons.
Topic: SMARTLIPO, Birmingham England
Around the world, perceptions of beauty change with the time zones. n the US, it’s all about toned biceps, while in Brazil, a huge butt is a must And for those who don’t fit the ideal? Surgery is now the go-to solution.
What do you think equals physical perfection? If you were born and bred in the UK, then it’s probably big boobs, a button nose and super-slinky hips.
Cynosure Liposuction New England Seminar But travel the 2,449 miles to Mauritania in Western Africa, and you’ll find some women eating up to 16,000 calories a day – there, the bigger the girl, the more desirable she is to men. Or try Afghanistan, where you’ll find it’s big noses that are beautiful.
But no matter how much aesthetic values differ across the globe, these days, one thing is the same: if we don’t have our desired beauty naturally, increasing amounts of us will go to great lengths to achieve it. Despite being gripped by a worldwide recession, the “physical improvement” industry is booming – even after the PIP breast implant scandal three years ago, in which faulty implants ruptured after being inserted.
Smartlipo Liposuction New England Seminar The latest biannual figures from the International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ISAPS) released earlier this year reported that 15 million people worldwide had some sort of treatment performed by a plastic c. surgeon in 2011. Wrinkle-freezing Botox is the most popular non-surgical procedure while lipoplasty – (removal of fat) is the commonest operation. America might top the leader board for total if numbers of procedures – with a whopping 1,094,146 people undergoing cosmetic surgery – but if you look at treatments in ratio to population, it’s actually South Koreans who are the biggest plastic 111 surgery fans, with one in 77 having had some sort of treatment.
And global demand is still growing. According to IMCAS, a French-based forum for plastic surgeons and or dermatologists, the worldwide market 1 for cosmetic procedures grew by 10 per cent in 2012 and is set to do the same this year, yielding an estimated £3.8billion. According to Mr. Chris Inglefield, a surgeon at the London Bridge Plastic Surgery & Aesthetic Clinic, part of the reason we’ve all become so obsessed with looking good is because it’s no longer seen as something that’s exclusive.