A recent post on the Economist's Graphic Detail blog discusses the rate of cosmetic plastic surgery in 2010, as reported by the International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery. The graph from the post ranks countries based on procedures per 1,000 people and categorizes the procedures as either "non-invasive" or "invasive." South Korea topped the list at 16 procedures per 1,000, followed by Greece and Italy at 14 and about 13 respectively. The US had the 6th largest number of procedures done per 1,000 at approximately 10.5. India and China had the fewest, at around 1 procedure per 1,000.