The Most Popular Plastic Surgery Procedures & Costs in Michigan

Have a extra few thousand dollars and want to upgrade your ‘look’ but are unsure which procedure to go with? Take a look at the list below. If

Every year the American Society of Plastic Surgeons publishes their nose surgery about the most popular and least popular cosmetic surgery procedures. Last year there were 14.2 million minimally invaisve procedures and 1.7 million surgical procedures performed.

Top 5 Surgical Procedures and Costs in 2015:

  • Breast augmentation: 279,000 procedures, down 2% from 2014, up 31% from 2000). Average cost  $3,700
  • Liposuction (222,000 procedures, up 5% from 2014 but down 37% from 2000). Average cost $3,400
  • Nose reshaping a.k.a. Rhinoplasty Michigan (218,000 procedures, unchanged from 2014, down 44% since 2000). Average cost $5,500.
  • Eyelid surgery (204,000 procedures, down 1% from 2014, down 38% since 2000).Average cost $3,000.
  • Tummy tuck (128,000 procedures, up 9% from 2014 and 104% since 2000). Average cost $5,500.

The top 5 minimally-invasive cosmetic procedures in 2015:

  • BOTOX (6.7 million procedures, up 1% from 2014 and 759% since 2000). Average cost $375.
  • Soft Tissue Fillers (2.4 million procedures, up 6% from 2014 and 274% since 2000). Average cost $750.
  • Chemical Peel (1.3 million procedures, up 5% from 2014 and 14% since 2000). Average cost $800.
  • Laser hair removal (1.1 million procedures, unchanged from 2014, but up 52% since 2000). Average cost per session $450.
  • Microdermabrasion (800,340 procedures, down 9% from 2014 and 8% since 2000). Average cost $125.

Rhinoplasty in Michigan is considered as one of the most popular plastic surgery procedures.

Independent Michigan Attorney New Practice Business Plan

There are over 1.2 million licensed attorneys across the United States. Most of them are practicing lawyers. There are too many who are stuck doing odd jobs just to make ends meet. When the  economic collapse of 2008 hit way too many JD graduates were unable to find jobs. Some were forced to take any job. Including serving at restaurants and working at fast food joints. With student loans in the six figure range the future looked bleak for many of them. Although, the economy has improved these licensed lawyers still don’t get a fair shot at gaining employment.

Jacob, a recent law school graduate with a C graduated toward the bottom pack of his graduating class. He tried to get a job working for different law firms but to no avail. Jacob didn’t have the grades, the experience nor the connections to ‘get in’. Unwilling to accept a job in a different industry, he had to be honest with himself. He didn’t have many options. The only option he had was to start his own practice.

Not only was Jacob unemployed but he was broke. Luckily for him, one of his friends let him set up shot in his office. He got to use the conference room in case any clients came in.

The problem was Jacob didn’t have any clients. So, he quickly decided that he was going to represent individuals who were charged with a DUI in Michigan. In his opinion, these individuals needed an attorney fast and they don’t have the luxury of time on their side. Great. The next problem was where to find them.

This space is very competitive. To make a name for himself Jacob create a series of informative videos which he posted on YouTube explaining the rights of every individual who was charged with a DUI. He offered free consultations and was willing to drive out and meet people in the inner city instead of having them go out to his office. To his surprise he was able to generate a decent number of new clients just from this strategy alone.

Next, he started going pay per click ads in Google and Facebook. Jacob is now of the to leading DUI lawyers in Detroit.

His business plan was more of a leap of faith combined with desperation and willingness to try new things.

The Cost of Opioid Abuse on Business and the US Military

Veterans and Opioid Abuse

Opioid abuse among veterans is widespread. It is dangerous how widespread these narcotics have become among American veterans. The drugs for the veteran may be a release from the pain you experienced at war. If you contact us, we can help you. Why not pick up the phone now?

The Reality of Opioid Overdose Death Amid US Military

On September 28, 2013, the Center for Investigative Reporting revealed prescriptions for certain opioids such as oxycodone and methadone skyrocketed 270 percent in the past 12 years. The death rate from these opioids is double the national average. More than 50 percent of the US veteran population has chronic pain with post-traumatic stress disorder contributing to that. 2 out of 10 veterans struggling with PTSD also suffer from a substance addiction.

From 2001 to 2013, 2.5 times as many folks passed away because of opioid abuse. But with these harrowing statistics, what can you, the veteran, do to help yourself? We might be able to point you in the right direction.

Where to Turn if The VA Cannot be Trusted

If the US Veterans Affairs Department cannot be relied on to help you, where can you turn? There are thousands of substance abuse counselors and addiction treatment centers willing to help you. Some are free while most accept private insurance or cash pay.

In the long run, substance abuse costs individuals and companies a lot of money. In fact, it costs companies $81 billion per year since most drug users are employed. This is according to the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence Inc. (NCADD). About 70% of the 15 million addicts are employed. Their addiction can cause a myriad of problems at work resulting in lost revenue and other damages due to missed work days, financial problems, poor concentration, missed deadline, accidents, etc.

Finding the right substance abuse treatment plan can be difficult. The best companies to work for have strong insurance benefits for their employees and family members. They understand the importance of assisting their employees and family members during difficult times.

The video below takes a controversial angle at what causes addiction. It’s worth a watch.

Google Redesigns Their Pay Per Click Platform

If we’ve learned anything from Google at all over the years is that it’s constantly evolving. This ever changing environment presents both challenges and opportunities to small business owners. If you’re on the forefront of technology you could benefit. If not, it could be detrimental to your ROI.

The most recent change Google made to their paid search platform is they removed all the ads that appear on the right hand side. For some businesses, their telephone has stopped ringing practically overnight. Their web inquiries have dried up since they lost their positioning and were relegated from the coveted front page of Google to obscurity (page 2) where nothing happens.

Pay-per-click costs skyrocketed overnight and still continue to go up. For some, this has been bad news. For those who can afford to play this game it means they now have less competition to worry about. Which means higher ROI. And, for Google it means more profits.

But, what about those business owners who could barely keep up to begin with who can no longer afford to compete?

One solution is to ramp up their SEO efforts and increase their digital footprint by following Google’s search engine optimization tips. In all honesty, this sounds great but since we’re talking about most typical business owners who are not digital marketing specialists this is hardly encouraging news.

Most business owners will end up doing nothing on their own. Some will try to learn the craft will little results. And some, will make things even worse by trying to game Google because they followed the advice of some ‘internet marketing guru’ and could end up having their websites penalized or completely de-listed. Oh, how could I forget those business owners who will hire an overseas SEO firm and for a mere few hundred dollars expect great returns. We know how this story ends.

When it comes to effective and safe search engine optimization, Detroit SEO company recommends that you first take a look at your website. Is it search engine friendly? Is it relevant? Is it up to date?

Next, check your social media presence. Are you regularly posting to your Facebook and Twitter account? Every legitimate business should. If you aren’t maybe you’re sending the wrong message to Google.

Make sure you appear in the right business categories and more importantly your local business directories. Your contact information should match across all these categories. This should be enough to get you started.

Check out the video below for more information.