The International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons released its worldwide statistics for 2015 which are interesting for the following reasons.
21% of its buttock fat grafts.
The US and Brazil accounted for 7% of the world’s population but 30% of its liposuction procedures and 17 to 18% each of the world’s tummy tucks.
South Korea with less than 1% of the world’s population accounted for 10% of its rhinoplasties
The US and brazil were tops in surgical procedures but significantly more botox, fillers and other non-surgical cosmetic treatments were performed in the US. In summary for 2015 the south Koreans did proportionately more eyelid and nose surgery, the US breast and body procedures and Brazil did proportionately more buttock implants or fat grafts and body procedures. This is a reflection of what is considered better looking in each country relative to a baseline of their untreated population.