plastic surgery for men

Plastic Surgery for Men: Under the Radar is Over

Times have changed. So have attitudes. What was once taboo is being talked about. And men aren’t just talking about plastic surgery, they’re doing it. Men know how they want their bodies to look. Wanting to look younger and feel better isn’t just for women anymore.

Think Men Aren’t Getting Plastic Surgery? Think Again.

Statistics released by the American Society of Plastic Surgeons show that more than 1.3 million cosmetic procedures were performed on men in 2017 and the numbers have climbed considerably. “Extremely likely to have plastic surgery” is turning to “more than likely” by over 31%.

Plastic Surgery for Millennial Men is on the Rise

You might be surprised that Millennial males are the driving force behind the $15 billion a year plastic surgery industry. Social media is a big part of the reason. Pleasing a partner is another. But 42% of Millennial men cite wanting to remain competitive in their career. Putting on a younger face for a younger workplace is available to them with plastic surgery. And they’re going for it.

Move Over Mommies, it’s Daddy Do Over time

While Mommy Makeovers are a bundled package of treatments that are designed to help restore a mom’s body after experiencing the effects of pregnancy and breastfeeding, a Daddy Do Over can encompass a lot of different procedures and is actually more of a concept than a standard package. As men age, they want to reclaim their bodies and restore the strong and defined appearance time, genetics and lifestyle choices have taken away. Plastic surgery lets them do that.

Where Are Men Getting Plastic Surgery? Everywhere.

Some of the procedures that are popular with men include:

  • Nose jobs
  • Face lifts
  • Brow lifts
  • Chin augmentation
  • Eyelid rejuvenation
  • Liposuction
  • Ear pinning (puts ears closer to head)
  • Tummy tucks

And a really big one–male breast reduction. Bye-bye man boobs.

The Man Who Does Male Plastic Surgery the Best?

Board-certified Dr. Thomas A. Narsete. Choosing a board-certified plastic surgeon is critical to your safety, your comfort and your happiness. If you use a plastic surgeon who isn’t highly skilled in doing surgery on men, you could end up being far from happy. Dr.Narsete has the expertise in knowing exactly how to get results that aren’t feminine looking. Which could easily happen if a surgeon doesn’t have ample experience working on men. So men, if you’re considering getting plastic surgery, call Dr. Narsete for an appointment now. And consider yourself in the hands of the best.