Newly published research that illustrates precisely how many years facial plastic surgery can take off of a person’s apperance is likely to trigger an explosion in the popularity of these procedures,according to the CEO of Ceatus Media Group, an online publisher specializing in elective surgery based in San Diego, Calif.
The research, published in the Archives of Facial Plastic Surgery, shows that neck lifts, face lifts and eyelid surgery can turn back the clock, allowing patients to look as many as nine years younger than they are.
Surgical and minimally invasive facial rejuvenation procedures took the nation by storm in 2011, and the latest findings will fuel additional demand for these treatments, predicts Ceatus CEO David Evans, PhD.
Ceatus Media Group’s newest consumer education website, All About Facial Rejuvenation, is poised to meet this demand. The site saw a boom in traffic in 2011, and these numbers are trending even higher during the first two months of 2012.
Over the past year, the site’s traffic has grown from 30,000 visitors per month to 100,000, with each of the 1.2 million yearly visitors specifically searching for information on facial and skin procedures. Evans said
Some search terms have seen a record boost in traffic, including Facelift Before and After, Neck Lift, Rhinoplasty Recovery and Xeomin.