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Plastic Surgery Market: Fat Grafting Grabs A Hefty Slice Of The Plastics Pie

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Fat, fillers, and a "funnel" that may minimize a common cause of breast implant complications are among the hot topics in both aesthetic and reconstructive plastic surgery. Meanwhile, the acquisition by Actavis of Allergan – a leading player in the aesthetics market with BOTOX and breast implants – has the combined company poised for long-term double-digit revenue and earnings growth.

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