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Economy drives change in the cosmetic surgery industry

Posted by Jessica Hoffman on January 9, 2009

No industry has been immune to the impact of today’s economy. The Aesthetics industry has had to get creative. Bruce Genter, M.D., F.A.C.S. has noticed a significant increase in non-invasive and non-surgical procedures.

Jessica Hoffman, Practice Director at Aesthetic Plastic Surgery and Skin Care Center said “the job market is very competitive, people are scared. With the combination of financing, decreased pricing (which we have been almost forced to do) and a wider range of services available, it becomes very realistic to give yourself a boost, go into that interview with an edge and just feel good all around.”

Procedures such as a non-surgical nose job, shaping using injectable fillers takes about ten minutes, zero down-time, produce immediate results and cost a fraction of what a surgical Rhinoplasty would be. Other services such as micro peels, laser treatments, Botox and fillers are used to accomplish a very broad range of results from simply filling in the little lines around your mouth, to a completely different look.

Dr Genter offers financing with programs that range from interest free to 48 month extended plans. The Aesthetic Plastic Surgery and Skin Care Center is located at The Colonade, 100 Old York Road Jenkintown PA 19046. Dr. Genter received his medical degree from the University of Pennsylvania and completed his Plastic Surgery residency at Yale University Medical Center. He is certified by The American Board of Plastic Surgery. For more information about Dr. Genter, Aesthetic Plastic Surgery and Skin Care Center, appointments and consultations, please call 215.572.7744 or visit the Center’s website at www.drgenter.com


2 Responses to “Economy drives change in the cosmetic surgery industry”

  1. Dr Yoho said

    We have seen a change in the clientele here in Pasadena California, Men seem to be seeking out cosmetic surgery as an option to look younger in the new job marketplace.
    Thank you Dr Yoho

    • drbg said

      Dear Dr. Yoho: This is true. Men are overcoming their inhibitions about plastic surgery.
      Thank you for writing. Dr. Genter

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