Research and Markets: Private Healthcare UK Cosmetic Surgery Market Study 2014
DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/7wwp3l/the_private) has announced the addition of the "The Private Healthcare UK Cosmetic Surgery Market Study 2014" report to their offering.
“The Private Healthcare UK Cosmetic Surgery Market Study 2014”
This major new report is based on responses from the leading figures in the UK provider market (including both the main private acute hospital providers and individual clinics) as well as clinicians and representatives of professional and advisory groups. We also collected and analysed over 2,700 prices for the most common cosmetic surgery procedures in the UK.
As the UK begins to emerge from recession, the private healthcare market has also shown signs of recovery and growth. In our report into the UK self-pay surgery market in 2013, we noted that self-funded procedures (including cosmetic surgery) were the only real area of growth in the market. In this subsequent report we turn our attention to the cosmetic surgery market itself. It is a market that might be considered to be more likely to be affected by recessionary influences, yet many believe it has not only survived the recession in good shape but is thriving and growing at a faster rate than the rest of the private healthcare market. In preparing this report, we set out to understand better the drivers behind the demand for cosmetic surgery and to gauge the views of industry participants about market prospects for the next three to five years.
Detailed price comparisons for cosmetic surgery procedures
- Arm lift
- Bat/prominent ears surgery
- Breast enlargement
- Breast Enlargement With Uplift
- Breast reduction
- Breast uplift
- Brow lift
- Eyelid reduction - Upper eyelids (Blepharoplasty)
- Eyelid reduction - Lower eyelids (Blepharoplasty)
- Eyelid reduction - Upper and Lower eyelids (Blepharoplasty)
- Facelift (1-stitch)
- Facelift (mini)
- Facelift (SMASectomy)
- Labia reduction
- Nose reshaping - Rhinoplasty
- Nose reshaping - Septoplasty
- Nose reshaping - Septorhinoplasty
- Thigh lift
- Tummy tuck
- Tummy tuck (mini)
We have collected prices for the most commonly performed cosmetic surgery procedures from as many providers as possible. This has enabled us to comment on pricing variations and competitive pricing as well as comparing UK prices with those for the most commonly visited European destinations for UK residents seeking cosmetic surgery.
This report focuses on surgical procedures only and does not include non-surgical, minimally invasive procedures, injectables or fillers.
During the preparation of this report, the Department of Health published its response to the recommendations of Sir Bruce Keogh into the cosmetic market and we took both those recommendations and reactions to them into consideration.
There is a real sense of optimism about the future of the cosmetic surgery market and this view was consistent from everyone we spoke to or surveyed. Estimates on the scale of growth vary but most feel high single digit growth year on year is achievable.
Key Topics Covered:
2 Executive Summary
3 The research in context
4 The here and now
5 Feedback from interviews
6 Financing cosmetic surgery procedures
7 Cosmetic surgery tourism
8 Price comparisons for cosmetic surgery procedures
9 The future of cosmetic surgery
10 References and acknowledgements
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