The sudden arrival of COVID-19 at the start of 2020 drastically changed the medical field for months. CDC recommendations and state guidelines required non-essential medical offices to temporarily close to prevent the virus from spreading. One would think that these temporary closures would have impacted the cosmetic surgery industry due to the restrictions on openings and cautiousness from patients. However, new data is showing that COVID-19 does not deter patients. Patients are still seeking cosmetic procedures options and are going to their cosmetic surgeons at a rate close to pre-COVID-19.