Cosmetic procedures are in demand during the pandemic, suburban plastic surgeons say

Overall his business is not up over prior years, however, because the office was closed from mid-March through May, per the state’s coronavirus mitigation plan. And even after the state allowed elective surgeries again, people who were worried about contracting the virus postponed making medical appointments, Kouris said. But as people learned about the precautions medical facilities were taking, such as requiring patients pass a COVID-19 test before surgery, business rebounded.