Global Medical Aesthetics Market (2019 to 2028) - Featuring Cutera, Zimmer Biomet & Cynosure Among Others -

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The publisher, in its research report, estimates the global medical aesthetics market to proliferate with a CAGR of 5.53% in the forecast years 2019-2028.

The growth of this market is primarily driven by the growing adoption of home-use aesthetic products, along with the surging popularity of medical aesthetic treatments and the rise in popularity of non-invasive techniques. Moreover, the growing use of medical aesthetic measures and advancements in technology present enormous opportunities for market growth.

However, all medical procedures are associated with a certain level of risk. Therefore, the side-effects associated with medical aesthetic procedures are obstructing the growth of this market. The high cost of implantable medical devices and reimbursement issues are also creating hurdles in market growth. Furthermore, counterfeit products in the market are aplenty. These products are substandard and developed without adhering to the guidelines laid by regulatory bodies. Many a time, it is difficult to distinguish these products from the original; this is dangerous to customers, and also dents the market growth.

The global market spans across the regions of North America, Latin America, the Asia-Pacific, the Middle East and Africa, and Europe.

The market for medical aesthetics has a high potential for growth in the Asia-Pacific region, given its high population base, rising disposable incomes of people, and a rise in awareness among people about beauty & youth. The growing medical tourism industry and the advancements in technology have made the APAC an attractive market for medical aesthetics. India is one of the most preferred countries to undergo aesthetic surgical procedures, which is also aiding the market growth in this region.

Key Topics Covered:

1. Global Medical Aesthetics Market - Summary

2. Industry Outlook

2.1. Market Definition

2.2. Porter's Five Forces Model

2.2.1. Threat of New Entrants

2.2.2. Threat of Substitute Products

2.2.3. Bargaining Power of Buyers

2.2.4. Bargaining Power of Suppliers

2.2.5. Competitive Rivalry

2.3. Regulatory Outlook

2.4. Value Chain Outlook

2.5. Key Insights

2.6. Market Attractiveness Index

2.7. Market Drivers

2.7.1. Surging Acceptance of Home-Use Aesthetic Products

2.7.2. Gaining Popularity of Medical Aesthetic Treatments

2.7.3. Rising Popularity of Non-Invasive Techniques

2.8. Market Restraints

2.8.1. High Cost of Implantable Medical Devices

2.8.2. Side-Effects Associated With Medical Aesthetic Procedures

2.9. Market Opportunities

2.9.1. Growing Medical Aesthetic Measures

2.9.2. Advancements in Technology

2.10. Market Challenges

2.10.1. Availability of Counterfeit Products

2.10.2. Reimbursement Issue

3. Medical Aesthetics Market Outlook - by Application

3.1. Surgical

3.1.1. Face & Head Surgery Brow Lift Ear Surgery Eyelid Surgery Facelift Facial Bone Contouring Fat Grafting-Face Neck Lift Hair Transplantation Rhinoplasty

3.1.2. Breast Surgery Breast Augmentation Breast Lift

3.1.3. Body & Extremities Surgery Abdominoplasty Buttock Augmentation Buttock Lift Liposuction Lower Body Lift Penile Enlargement Thigh Lift Upper Arm Lift Upper Body Lift Labiaplasty Vaginal Rejuvenation

3.2. Non-Surgical

4. Medical Aesthetics Market Outlook - by Product

4.1. Devices

4.1.1. Aesthetic Laser Ablative Laser Non-Ablative Laser

4.1.2. Skin Tightening & Body Contouring Devices Liposuction Devices Skin Tightening Devices Cellulite Reduction

4.2. Implants

4.2.1. Dental Implants Root Form Dental Implants Plate Form Dental Implants

4.2.2. Breast Implants Saline-Filled Silicone Gel-Filled

4.2.3. Facial Implant

4.2.4. Other Implants

5. Medical Aesthetics Market Outlook - by End-User

5.1. Hospitals & Clinics

5.2. Medical Spas & Beauty Centers

6. Geographical Analysis

6.1. North America

6.2. Europe

6.3. Asia-Pacific

6.4. Latin America

6.5. Middle East and Africa

7. Company Profiles

7.1. Bausch Health Companies Inc (Formerly Valeant Pharmaceuticals)

7.2. Cutera

7.3. Zimmer Biomet

7.4. Cynosure

7.5. Candela Corporation

7.6. Johnson & Johnson

7.7. Sientra Inc

7.8. Ipsen Pharma

7.9. Merz Pharma

7.10. Lumenis (UK) Ltd

7.11. Allergan

7.12. Galderma

7.13. Institut Straumann AG

7.14. Inmode (Formerly Invasix)

8. Research Methodology & Scope

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