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About RealSelf RealSelf is the leading consumer resource within the $30B medical-beauty industry, which represents everything from elective cosmetic surgery to obesity management to cosmetic dentistry.
com) as a resource to help people considering elective cosmetic surgery research, plan and tackle good ole' fashioned question asking during the consultation process.
So when money is tight, elective cosmetic surgery says the number of patients who chose to undergo the knife for a better look last year rose by more than 13 million.
In 2002, in response to an increasing demand for publicly-funded elective cosmetic surgery, clinical decision guidelines were developed to select those patients who should receive treatments.
Doctors say it is difficult at times to draw a line between a medical condition and elective cosmetic surgery.
Although the pressure on women to look younger is high, resorting to elective cosmetic surgery does not seem to be the answer for most women in Liverpool with nearly nine out of 10 saying that they would not chose to go under the knife.
Resorting to elective cosmetic surgery was not the answer for 88%, who would refuse the action.
Many patients are unaware that the majority of major health insurance policies exclude treatment of a complication following elective cosmetic surgery, even if medically necessary.