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Facial cosmetic treatment brings limitless possibilities. Every year more and more people of all ages elect to have some sort of cosmetic treatment whether of the smile, the face, or both.

According to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons the following are the 2011 cosmetic statistics:

1. Botulinum Toxin Type A: 4,030,318
2. Hyaluronic Acid: 1,662,480 procedures
3. Laser Hair Removal: 1,452,880 procedures
4. Microdermabrasion: 794,357 procedures
5. IPL Laser Treatment: 726,125 procedures

Botulinum toxin procedures increased by 5% and facial fillers procedures increased by 7%.

Demand for non-invasive procedures is expected to increase in 2012. Data indicates that continuing concern about the economy is driving patients to postpone more invasive procedures in favor of less invasive ones. As reported by the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ASAPS) and published in the Aesthetic Surgery Journal, Americans spent nearly $10 billion on cosmetic procedures in 2011. Of that total $1.7 billion was spent on injectable procedures, $1.6 billion was spent on skin rejuvenation procedures, and over $360 million was spent on other non-surgical procedures, including laser hair removal and treatment of leg veins.

Why are dentists a great choice as a healthcare provider of facial injectables? Dentists are trained to inject as part of their professional education. They are experts in giving pain-free injections. They know the anatomy and aesthetics of the face as well as the shape and volumetric proportions of the facial structures.

This will be the next revolution in cosmetic dentistry where dentists will now be able to provide total facial and smile cosmetic procedures to their patients. It will greatly benefit the dentist economically and the patient cosmetically. Dental physicians already have the patient flow within their practice where these valuable services can be offered.

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