Facelifts are considered a popular plastic surgery choice but it’s what’s happening in the back that has become a featured attraction in body work.
In 2014, the number of butt implants nearly doubled, from 942 to 1,863, according to data released by the American Society of Plastic Surgeons. Butt augmentation and butt lifts are also up—no pun intended.
Hand, eyelid surgeries, facelifts, forehead lifts, hair transplants and chin implants have all declined since 2000, though lip and cheek augmentation are up slightly. Dermabrasion has doubled over the last 14 years as well yet the most popular procedures are those that snip excess skin, such as arm lifts and tummy tucks. On the other hand, liposuction is down 41 percent.