Market Analysis - Plastic Surgery 2017
2nd International Conference and Exhibition on Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
June 19-20, 2017 Philadelphia, USA
Conference series LLC is pleased to announce the commencement of the 2nd International Conference and Exhibition on Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery . Theme of the conference is “Transpiring a new revolution in the field of Plastic and Reconstructive surgery.” The purpose of the conference is to elucidate the disease from a number of scientific aspects, present an opportunity to meet and network with renowned Plastic Surgeons, Scholars, pharmacists, and allied health professional from around the world and listen to top speakers on new development that will advance the future of Plastic Surgery.
There is a common misconception about the word plastic in plastic surgery means artificial. However, the word originated from the ancient Greek word plastikos, which means to modify or give form or shape. Sir Harold Gillies is known as the Father of Modern Plastic Surgery. He had established techniques in treating impaired facial injuries of soldiers of World War I. Plastic surgery is a surgical specialty involved with both the improvement in a person's appearance and the reconstruction of facial and body tissue defects due to illness, trauma, or birth disorders. Plastic surgery reinstitutes and aids in betterment of appearance and function. It involves surgery on any part of the anatomy, except the CNS (Central Nervous System).Plastic Surgery comprises of many sub specialities which are like craniofacial surgery, , cosmetic surgery, and reconstructive surgery aesthetic surgery, by establishing the aesthetic features and functionality of the body parts that are altered by injury or genetically.
Importance and Scope:
Plastic and Reconstructive surgery 2017 aims to gather eminent scientists, research scholars, notable surgeons, and educationists and professionals to express their views on the latest technologies, trends and concerns in Plastic and aesthetic surgeries. It focuses on addressing the constant effort being made by scientist and scholars to improve the existing and inventing novel technologies for future. The conference will also address the issues being faced by surgeons and patients and the impact of plastic and aesthetic surgery in world. Plastic and aesthetic surgery conference provides a platform for organizations, companies, associations, societies, institutions, statutory bodies and other authorities and individuals interested in presenting their thoughts on Plastic surgery procedures and services.
Plastic-Reconstructive Surgery-2017 will comprise leading keynote speakers, session speakers, poster presenters who will be presenting their advanced research on the topics such as Non-Surgical Aesthetic Procedures, Craniofacial Surgery, Facial Rejuvenation, Hand Surgery, Micro surgery, Burn Surgery, Cosmetic Dentistry, Pediatric Plastic surgery ,Reconstructive surgery and Cosmetic Surgery. A variety of companies will display products and services that provide solutions for managing surgery and reconstructing or repairing parts of the body disorders.
New data released by the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS) show continued growth in the process of cosmetic surgery over the last year, and a shift in the varities of procedures patients have chosen since the onset of the new utopia. According to the annual plastic surgery procedural statistics, there were 15.9 million surgical and minimally-invasive cosmetic procedures performed in the United States in 2015, which shows two percent increase over 2014.
Since 2000, overall procedures have risen 115 percent, but the types of procedures patients are choosing are changing.
“While more traditional facial procedures and breast augmentations are still among the most popular, we’re seeing much more diversity in the areas of the body patients are choosing to address,” said ASPS President David H. Song, MD, MBA, FACS. “Patients have more options than ever, and working closely with their surgeon, they’re able to focus on specific target areas of the body to achieve the look they desire.”
Since 2000, ASPS (American Society of Plastic Surgeons) statistics show considerable growth in:
Fig 1. Shows percentage increase in major surgeries from the year 2000-2015
Fig.2 shows top 5 surgical procedure over 1.7 million in the year 2015
Fig.3 shows top 5 cosmetic minimally invasive procedures over 14.2 million in the year 2015
Why to attend???
Meet your target audience with members from around the world focused on learning about plastic and reconstructive surgery as well as research; this can be the best opportunity to meet the largest assemblage of participants from the scientific community all around the globe. Conduct demonstrations, distribute information, meet with current and potential customers, and make a splash with a new product line, and receive name recognition at this 2-day event. World-renowned speakers, the most recent techniques, tactics, and the newest updates in field of plastic surgery’s growing market are the hallmarks of this conference.
Be Part of it!
• This conference focusing on all the major aspects in the fields of Plastic and Reconstructive surgery.
• It would be beneficial for all the students who ever willing to enter into research to the respective fields.
• As bringing the major research to the market and making it to utility are major focus for all the associated organisations , this conference would be opportunity for the people in their respective fields.
Here, List of hospitals and research center in Philadelphiar and Worldwide related with Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery.
Associations in USA:
- American Society of Plastic Surgeons
- · Associates In Plastic Surgery
- · American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
- · USA Plastic Surgery Center
- American Board of Plastic Surgery
- Philadelphia Cosmetic Surgery Center
- The Plastic Surgery Center
- Dr. Scott Brenman - PA Plastic Surgery
- Jefferson Plastic Surgery
- Horvath Plastic & Cosmetic Surgery Center
- Plastic surgery Research Council
- University of Manchester Healing Foundation Center
- International Cosmetic Surgery research Center
- Jupiter Medical Center, USA
- Nova Scotia Health Authority, Canada
- FXM Research international, Belize
- Plastic surgery Research laboratory, Massachusetts General Hospital
- Universities offering Plastic and aesthetic surgery
- Perelman School of Medicine
- Sidney Kimmel Medical College
- Temple School of Medicine
- Hahnemann University Hospital Plastic Surgery
- Cooper University Health Care
- Division of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Stanford University
- Western University, Canada
- Plastic Surgery Research Laboratory, Massachusetts General Hospital
- Seoul national university, South Korea
- University of Bradford, UK
- University of Tokyo Hospital, Japan
- Division of Plastic Surgery, Columbia University
- Federal University, Brazil
- University of Pavia, Italy
- King Abdul-Aziz University, Saudi Arabia
- Societies related to plastic surgery
- International society of aesthetic and plastic surgery
- American Society of Plastic Surgeons
- British Association of Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgeons
- European association of plastic surgeons
- International Federation of Facial Plastic Surgery Societies
- Saudi Society for cosmetic surgery
- Canadian society for plastic and aesthetic surgery
The next generation of plastic and reconstructive surgery:
Today’s surgeons offer an array of options that would have been unbelievable in past generations, as innovation has been met by the public demand. Engineering of tissue breakthroughs, hand and facial transplantation, and a dizzying array of “biologic products” (reconstructive materials derived from living organisms) have entered the mainstream of plastic and reconstructive surgery in the past several years.
In 30 years, personalized tissue engineering will mean that physical structures (ears, windpipes, skin) can be “grown in the lab” and implanted successfully to restore form and function. People will get better at controlling the immune system, allowing the transplantation of complex structures (limbs, faces, etc.) to a much broader range of patients, even those who have had body parts removed because of cancer.
Tiny implants will use electrical conduction and novel materials to restore movement to areas of paralysis. Medical breakthroughs will slow and perhaps even reverse the aging process—including the external manifestations of aging. These breakthroughs will yield pharmaceutical and dietary treatments that will modify cellular apoptosis (programmed cell death) as well as collagen breakdown and other skin and soft-tissue changes that result in an aged appearance.
Each of these innovations will spur additional demand for treatment, as providers seek solutions for patients with deformity and dysfunction as a result of trauma, cancer and congenital malformation.
Demand, of course, isn’t static. We already see far fewer devastating facial fractures in recent years as a result of seat-belt and air-bag laws. Will the driverless car dramatically alter the practices of the urban trauma surgeons of the future? Will dramatic advances in cancer treatments reduce the need for reconstructive surgery? We can hope.
One source of demand will not change, however. The desire to look young and attractive will not abate. Thirty years from now, there will be much more demand than now as our society not only ages, but also does so with greater vitality than ever before.
Fig.4 shows the growth rate of sales of aesthetic medical products in billion from the year 2013 to 2018.
Global medical aesthetic products are to meet sales of more than $6.5 billion in the 2013. Through by 2018 the market will be expecting to reach approx. $10.7 billion. Europe has been obtaining relatively a slower growth rate of 6.6% per year. Declining purchasing power, particularly in southern Europe affects the European market and this geographical segment is estimated from $1.84 billion to $1.94 billion in 2013 and 2018 respectively. The U.S. and the Latin America markets will have a CAGR(compound annual growth rate) close to 10%. The U.S. and Latin America will experience a growth respectively of 9.2% and 10% in line with global trends. The U.S. market still represents 45% of the global market.
The Asia/Pacific region will have an overall CAGR of more than 14.1%. Asia will experience the strongest growth through 2018 and exceed the level of the European market in 2018 to $2.24 billion. Overall, the annual growth of the world market between 2013 and 2018 should be 10% to $10.7 billion.
Fig.5 shows compound annual growth rate percentage between Asia pacific and USA in the year 2018
The injectable products (botulinum toxin and fillers mainly hyaluronic acid) constitute the top market segment in value and will have a CAGR of 10.8% until 2018, thus confirming their constant development potential. Since 2012, the toxins market marginally exceeded the dermal fillers market in the world but with a few exceptions such as Europe. The main markets for injectable products by decreasing order are the U.S., E.U., Asia and South America.
The energy-based devices (laser, radiofrequency, ultrasounds) will have an average CAGR of 10.3% until 2018. The sub-segment of body contouring devices will have an average CAGR of 12.1% until 2018. It should represent as nearly half of the activity-based equipment energy by 2018. The main markets for energy-based devices by decreasing order are the U.S., E.U. Asia and South America.
The cosmeceuticals (active cosmetics) will follow the same trend as the injectable products. The major markets for active cosmetics in decreasing order are the U.S., Asia, South America and the E.U. The market for active cosmetics in 2013 and 2018 will be $1,026 million and $1,677 million respectively. The breast implants will have a reduced progression of 5.2% per year until 2018. The major markets for breast implants by decreasing order are the U.S., South America, E.U. and Asia. The 2013 and 2018 market for breast implants will be about $1,066 and $1,370 million respectively.
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Plastic Surgery-2017 highlights the theme “Transpiring a new revolution in the field of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery”. Plastic Surgery-2017 is an event designed in a way to provide an exclusive platform for new researchers, scholars, physicians, Plastic surgeons, students and educators to present and discuss the most recent innovations, trends, and concerns, practical challenges encountered and the solutions adopted in the concerned field. The two days of educational program will include keynote presentations, session speakers, and poster presenters on the latest in innovative techniques as well as papers in the areas of Plastic Surgery, Liposuction, Face Lift Surgery, Hair Replacement, Laser Skin Resurfacing etc.