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Aesthetics: Noninvasive Fat Removal Enters the Scene

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New energy-based fat removal technology is emerging as the next frontier in noninvasive energy-based aesthetics, but questions remain as to its mechanism of action in treating fat or cellulite. There is no question that patient demand is strong, and there are a number of products and techniques under development.

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Dermal Filler Market: More Than Skin Deep

Although no major breakthroughs were reported at this year's American Academy of Dermatology meeting, participants emphasized ongoing progress in existing aesthetic technologies. The dermal filler market proved to be one of the most dynamic topics. Although growth is expected to slow somewhat in the next three years, the worldwide market for dermal fillers is projected to continue to grow at double digit or near double-digit rates, approaching $950 million by 2010.

Before and After in the Cellulite Market

The medical aesthetics market is hot, and at the moment, much of that heat is coming from a tantalizing emerging market for the treatment of cellulite. Consumer demand is so great for cellulite treatments that a $3 billion cosmeceutical market has been created around lotions and massagers with minimal efficacy. To reach a potential blockbuster market--85% of women have cellulite--new device companies aim to demonstrate efficacy with the same discipline that they have brought to traditional therapeutic markets, hoping to create competitive and sustainable advantages.

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