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Koncept Analytics Releases Indian Aesthetic - Cosmetic Surgery Industry Report – May 2008 Edition - A study of the overall Indian aesthetic (cosmetic surgery) industry was conducted by consulting and interviewing aesthetic or cosmetic surgeons, the actual consumers and lastly the potential consumers
Koncept Analytics Releases Indian Aesthetic - Cosmetic Surgery Industry Report – May 2008 Edition

 

NewswireToday - /newswire/ - Delhi, India, 2008/05/27 - A study of the overall Indian aesthetic (cosmetic surgery) industry was conducted by consulting and interviewing aesthetic or cosmetic surgeons, the actual consumers and lastly the potential consumers.

   
 
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Cosmetic surgery has been practiced in India for a long time but this branch of plastic surgery gained considerable importance and popularity in the last 10-12 years. There has been a notable surge in the Indian cosmetic or aesthetic surgery during the past five years mainly because of the increasing demand for aesthetic procedures from people in the urban cities of Mumbai, Delhi, Kolkata, Chennai, Bangalore, Pune and Chandigarh.

Cosmetic surgeries were associated with celebrities and people of the affluent class at a point of time, but today these surgeries are increasingly being taken by the burgeoning middle class whose demand for them is based on their needs. At present, more and more men and women from the upper middle class group are opting for cosmetic procedures to get attractive looks in order to grab lucrative jobs, best possible marriage partner and mainly get rid of any deformity that they feel impacts their self-confidence and self-esteem. Two of the major growth drivers of the Indian cosmetic industry among others are its affordability, which comes from the growing disposable income, and the consumer awareness resulting from the active efforts of the media - especially the print media.

This growing demand has had a positive impact on the Indian aesthetic or cosmetic surgery industry (that includes both invasive and non-invasive procedures), which registered a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 34% in terms of revenue generation in the period 2005-2007. The estimated size of the overall cosmetic surgery industry is worth US$110 million (approximately Rs. 460 crore) with the maximum revenue contributed by invasive or surgical procedures as their costs are comparatively higher than the non-invasive procedures. However, the rate of growth and the overall number of non-invasive procedures done in a year remain higher when compared to invasive procedures.

The Indian aesthetic industry is still in its infancy and with the help of the active institutions in the same field, it needs to build on its image in order to attract more patients for cosmetic surgery. It is the individuals or the cosmetic surgeons who have over time worked persistently to create a name for themselves. An association of these surgeons with different institutions helps in positioning these institutions in the world of aesthetic surgery. Meanwhile, some of these cosmetic surgeons even operate their own independent clinics and provide aesthetic surgical facilities.

The top five surgeons in India in terms of their experience, expertise, and association with cosmetic surgery are Dr. Ashok Gupta, Dr. Lokesh Kumar, Dr. Rakesh Kalra, Dr. Manoj Khanna and Dr. Lakshyajeet Dhami. All of them have earned reputation for providing effective surgical operations, trainings and establishing aesthetic surgery departments in reputed hospitals or operating their own clinics.

The report broadly includes the following:
Section I: India Snapshot
- Table 1: Indian economy vis-à-vis the global economy
- Figure 1: India: GDP Growth in Percentage terms (2002 – 2007)
- Figure 2: India: Per Capital Income and Growth (2002 – 2007)
- Figure 3: India: Per Capital Consumption and Growth (2002 – 2007)
- Figure 4: Global Population (Percentage break-up)
- Table 2: Indian States: Population and Per Capita Income
- Table 3: India: Top 15 cities by population
- Figure 5: India: Number of Millionaires
- Figure 6: India: Receipts from international tourists (2002-2007)
- Figure 7: India: International tourist arrivals (2002-2007)

Section II: Aesthetic Industry: Definition and Segmentation

Section III: Global Aesthetic Industry: Size and Growth
- Figure 1: Size of aesthetic industry – Leading countries: 2006
- Figure 2: Global sales of Botox (cosmetic usage): 2003-2010
- Figure 3: US Cosmetic Surgery: Market Size (Value): 2003-2007
- Figure 4: US Cosmetic Surgery: Number of procedures: 2003-2007
- Figure 5: US Cosmetic Surgery: Surgical vs Non-Surgical: 2007
- Figure 6: US Cosmetic Surgery Market - Leading Cosmetic Surgeries: 2007
- Figure 10: US Cosmetic Surgery Market – Leading Invasive Procedures for Men: 2007
- Figure 11: US Cosmetic Surgery –Average cost of invasive aesthetic surgery: 2007
- Figure 12: US Cosmetic Surgery – Average cost of non-invasive aesthetic surgery: 2007
- Figure 15: UK Cosmetic Surgery: Market Size (Value): 2003-2007
- Figure 16: UK Cosmetic Surgery – Number of procedures: 2003-2007
- Figure 17: UK Cosmetic Surgery: Break-up of surgical vs Non-Surgical Procedures: 2007
- Figure 21: UK Cosmetic Surgery Market: Top 5 surgical procedures for women – 2007
- Figure 22: UK Cosmetic Surgery Market: Top 5 surgical procedures for Men – 2007

Section IV: Indian Aesthetic (cosmetic Surgery) Industry: Structure, Function, Size and Growth
- Figure 1: Structure of the Indian Aesthetic Industry
- Figure 2: Comparative Penetration of Cosmetic Surgery (Invasive and Non-Invasive): 2007
- Figure 3: Percentage break-up of invasive and non-invasive procedures (Volume): 2007
- Figure 4: Percentage break-up of invasive and non-invasive procedures (Value): 2007
- Figure 5: Indian Aesthetic Industry: Growth in Revenues: 2005-2007

Section V: Indian Invasive Aesthetic (Cosmetic Surgery) Market
- Figure 1: Total number of invasive procedures: 2005-2007
- Figure 2: Invasive Surgeries: Percentage Break-up of Procedures by Segment: 2007
- Figure 3: Total value of invasive procedures: 2005-2007
- Figure 4: Invasive Surgeries: Percentage Break-up of Procedures by Segment (Value): 2007
- Figure 5: Invasive Aesthetic Procedures: Percentage of Men vs. Women: 2007
- Figure 6: Invasive Aesthetic Procedures: Average Cost of Procedures: 2007
- Figure 7: Percentage Break-up of Aesthetic Procedures by Set-up: Hospitals and Clinics
- Figure 8: Number of liposuction procedures: 2005-2007
- Figure 9: Value of liposuction procedures: 2005-2007
- Figure 10: Number of breast augmentation procedures: 2005-2007
- Figure 11: Value of breast augmentation procedures: 2005-2007
- Figure 12: Number of rhinoplasty procedures: 2005-2007
- Figure 13: Value of rhinoplasty procedures: 2005-2007
- Figure 14: Number of hair transplant procedures: 2005-2007
- Figure 15: Value of hair transplant procedures: 2005-2007
- Figure 16: Number of abdominoplasty procedures: 2005-2007
- Figure 17: Value of abdominoplasty procedures: 2005-2007
- Figure 18: Number of gynecomastia procedures: 2005-2007
- Figure 19: Value of gynecomastia procedures: 2005-2007
- Figure 20: Number of blepharoplasty procedures: 2005-2007
- Figure 21: Value of blepharoplasty procedures: 2005-2007
- Figure 22: Number of breast reduction procedures: 2005-2007
- Figure 23: Value of breast reduction procedures: 2005-2007
- Figure 24: Number of facelift procedures: 2005-2007
- Figure 25: Value of facelift procedures: 2005-2007

Section VI: Indian Non-Invasive Aesthetic (Cosmetic Surgery) Market
- Figure 1: Structure of Indian Non-Invasive Aesthetic Industry
- Figure 2: Non-invasive Cosmetic Industry Growth (Value): 2005 – 2007
- Figure 3: Revenue Break-up: Non-invasive Cosmetic Procedures (Value): 2007
- Figure 4: Non-invasive Aesthetic Market: Revenue by Procedures: 2007
- Figure 5: Non-invasive Aesthetic Market: Number of Procedures: 2007
- Figure 6: Non-invasive Aesthetic Procedures: Percentage of Women vs. Men: 2007
- Figure 7: Non-invasive Aesthetic Procedures: Average Cost of Procedures: 2007

About Koncept Analytics
Founded in 2005, Koncept Analytics (konceptanalytics.com) works with the clients in developing an understanding of the various industries – segments and sub-segments, companies, competitors and suppliers.

 
 
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