Much has already been written about the early pandemic plastic surgery boom, but what’s been less clear — until now — is how plastic surgery fared in 2021. And as we collectively settled into pandemic life, got vaccinations, and dared to dip a toe back into pre-pandemic life, plastic surgery has changed, too.

The American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery (AAFPRS) just released the results of its 2021 member survey, outlining new insights and theories about how the ongoing ebb and flow of the pandemic has impacted the industry and its patients. We asked five leading facial plastic surgeons for their insights on the report’s key takeaways.

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