According to the American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery, advances and upcoming trends in cosmetic surgery are hot and top of the list of discussions being launched by the Academy in recent months. Focus on patient safety, quality care and outcomes are under constant discussion, as are attitudes and results of customer and consumer surveys conducted in 2009. According to J.P. Faber, editor of New You Magazine, launching in 2010, “For every person who has undergone a cosmetic procedure, there are at least two more people who would like to.”
The truth is, elective cosmetic and plastic surgical procedures in the United States are not covered by most health insurance policies. When it comes to liposuction, tummy tuck procedures, cosmetic nose surgery, breast liposuction, abdominal liposuction, or any other type of liposuction procedure, patients are often left burdened with heavy medical care costs. Popular cosmetic surgical procedures such as breast reduction, augmentation, and breast lift surgical procedures often cost tens of thousands of dollars. A cosmetic facelift, eyelid surgery, thread facelift, and other face lifting techniques are also increasingly expensive and unattainable for many.
PlacidWay, a medical tourism portal based in Denver, Colorado, offers an online resource for individuals looking for affordable cosmetic surgery that at the same time offers quality and sought-after results. Facilities such as Makeover Travel, located in Santa Cruz, Bolivia, or clinics like Ageless Wonders Panama, located in Panama City Panama, offer international travelers excellent care, superlative experience, and affordable cosmetic surgery treatments, procedures and surgeries.