ONLINE ADVERTISING FOR PLASTIC SURGERY CLINICS
STOP CHASING PATIENTS, THEY ARE ALREADY LOOKING FOR YOU
Online Marketing for Plastic Surgery Clinics
» Eye Surgeries (double eyelid, canthoplasty, ptosis, etc.,)
» Breast Surgeries (Augmentation and lifting)
» Anti-Aging (Face Lift, Fat graft, Fillers, Eye bag removal)
» Facial Contouring (Cheekbones, jaw, chin surgeries)
» Female Genital Surgeries
» Aesthetic surgeries targeting male audience
» Brazilian Buttocks Augmentation
» Aesthetic injections and non-surgical treatments
Recommended advertising channels for Plastic Surgery Clinics:
As a certified Google Ads partner we know how to promote your specialised cosmetic treatments. It’s difficult to advertise aesthetic treatments on Google Search Ads due to “body shaming” policies and regulations. Furthermore, different rules and regulations apply in different countries. This creates a legal minefield. However, because we are experts in ethical advertising of aesthetic surgery treatments we’re able to help you safely negotiate these tricky waters.
Facebook management and advertising
We suggest Facebook as a marketing channel for plastic surgery clinics and hospitals. Facebook offers sophisticated targeting options which, together with the right content and ads, will generate conversions. Advertising the outcome of plastic surgery treatments, such as “Before & After” images, is restricted on Facebook. Nevertheless, we know how to get you new patients.
Medical tourists from Russia are increasing dramatically. Therefore, if you are targeting international patients and Russian citizens are among them, we recommend using Yandex. This will extend your reach to the Russian speaking audience. Yandex is the Russian version of Google. As one of the very few Yandex partner companies outside Russia, we’re able to work directly with Yandex through our agency account
15.6% of all surgical procedures performed worldwide in 2017 was breast augmentation, making it 1.677.320 surgeries in total.
International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, ISAPS