Monday, April 11, 2011

Cosmetic surgeries rebound in Utah, U.S.

Last year Americans spent $6.6 billion on breast implants, liposuction and tummy tucks — a 9 percent increase over 2009. Meanwhile, demand for cheaper, nonsurgical procedures fell 9 percent.

Utah’s major hospital chains, including Intermountain Healthcare, University of Utah health centers and MountainStar, report no significant change in any types of surgeries. But plastic surgeons in the state say they’re seeing an upswing. Salt Lake Tribune

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