According to an economic analysts, the cosmetic surgery market should be fairly resilient to the current economic downturn.This is in part because many cosmetic surgery patients are in a better position economically and are less subject to minor economic turndowns. It is also because the majority of cosmetic procedures, injectable non-invasive treatments, like Botox and Restylane, are both relatively inexpensive and necessary for patients who want to maintain the appearance they’ve achieved with previous injections.

Even the breast enlargement market is expected to continue strong, with moderate growth, although not continuing with the record growth levels seen since the FDA re-approved silicone breast implants in November 2006.

In addition, cosmetic surgery may be place where people may choose to invest their additional refund from the economic stimulus package recently passed by Congress.For those who have been thinking of cosmetic surgery procedures but haven’t quite fit it in their budgets, this influx of found money may be just the thing to put it within reach.

If you would like to learn more about cosmetic surgery options available at the Cosmetic Surgical Center in Dallas, Texas, contact us to set up your initial consultation.