Plastic surgeons say they’re ready for the holidays

Plastic surgeons are hoping to save Christmas by opening the plastic trees for Christmas this year.

A spokeswoman for the Plastic Surgery Association of America says it expects more than 1,200 plastic surgeons to sign up for the holiday program.

A study released last week found that 1 in 4 plastic surgeons surveyed have tried plastic surgery in the past year.

The plastic surgery industry is booming.

Plastic surgeons said they have been growing for the past several years.

But some of them say they are worried about the increasing demand and a lack of adequate training for surgeons.

The Association of Plastic Surgeons has said it is looking to hire as many as 2,000 plastic surgeons this year, which is double what it did in 2016.

Plastic surgery is booming in the United States, especially for men.

About 40 percent of men aged 18 to 34 have plastic surgery, compared with 25 percent of women, according to the Association.

The majority of plastic surgeons are female.

The American Society of Plastic Surgery says it has seen a 10 percent increase in plastic surgery practices from 2016 to 2017.

Plastic surgeon Chris DeRosa said the increase in business is because of a boom in online sales.

The industry has been growing at a rapid pace.

DeRosas said many people who are not surgeons are using the industry to find a job.

He said the plastic surgeons have a lot of responsibility, especially in the rural areas.

De Rosa said plastic surgery is becoming a very good way to make a living.

He added that he has done some surgery himself, and he said the average age of the plastic surgeon is 36.

De Rosas also said that it is important for plastic surgeons not to go overboard and try to save people from the plastic tree.

He also said plastic surgeons need to be trained.

The Plastic Surgery Academy of America, which represents plastic surgeons, is hoping to train about 400 plastic surgeons in the next year.