Asia-Pacific Markets for Cosmetic Surgery, Facial Aesthetics and Medical Laser Devices 2011 (Japan, South Korea, Australia) – MedSuite
Medical aesthetic devices are generally used for conditions that are elective and, consequently, are not reimbursed by third-party providers. This has resulted in a market that is vulnerable to decline during recessionary economic conditions. However,
a number of key products have significant demand and brand name recognition, which has driven sales through this period. The medical devices and pharmaceuticals discussed in this report span a wide range of indications and target consumers; this provides a number of alternative treatments at various price points for consumers to choose from. During the recession of 2008 and 2009, the more affordable procedures generally fared better than more expensive treatments. The same was also true for treatments that were minimally invasive compared to surgical alternatives. Medical aesthetic treatments are varied and the products evolve at a faster pace than what is typically seen in other medical device markets.
- Year: 2011
- Scope: 2007-2017
- Region: Asia-Pacific
- Published Date: 09/01/2011
- Pages: 358
- Type: MedSuite
The total Asia-Pacific market for cosmetic surgery, facial aesthetics and medical laser devices was valued at over $715 million in 2010. The segments covered in this report include:
Botulinum Toxin A
– Cosmetic Uses
– Non-cosmetic Uses
– Hyaluronic Acid
– Polymer and Particle Based Fillers
– Fat Injection
– Cellular Treatment / Stem Cells
– Saline Implants
– Silicone Implants
– Intense Pulsed Light
– Laser Hair Removal
– Skin Treatments
Within the Asia Pacific Markets for Cosmetic Surgery, Facial Aesthetics and Medical Laser Devices 2011 (made up of South Korea, Japan and Australia), Allergan, Mentor, Q-Med and Cutera lead the market, among many others. This report provides a comprehensive and detailed analysis of market revenues by device type, market forecasts through 2017, unit sales, average selling prices, market drivers and limiters and a detailed competitive analysis, including manufacturer market shares and product portfolios.
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