According to The U.S. Minimally Invasive Aesthetics Market, a new industry report by Dymedex Consulting, distributed exclusively by Life Science Intelligence, the retail market for minimally invasive aesthetic procedures has a maximum realizable U.S. potential of just over $15 billion by 2016. As analyzed in the report, in order for this potential to be achieved, it will require a much broader engagement of suppliers and physicians to drive sustained growth. This surprising finding was determined by a rigorous analysis of the numbers of potential clients by age, income, and other factors, and their willingness to pay for these procedures, within the context of their discretionary incomes and alternatives.

Overall growth in this industry will largely be driven by the commitment of current clients to significantly increase their annual participation. The report details underlying market drivers and suggests potential strategies to achieve sustained growth. Both physicians and suppliers will need to significantly increase their marketing efforts for this to occur.

Major suppliers who participate in this market include: Allergan, Medicis, Q-Med, BioForm, Candela, Laserscope, Cutera, LUMENIS, Palomar, and ICN, among others.

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