Plastic surgery has traditionally been thought of as the domain of women, but in a society that places a great deal of emphasis on appearance – particularly youthful appearance – more men are opting for cosmetic procedures.
Luckily, the latest techniques like those employed at Renaissance Plastic Surgery allow for natural results so that it will not be obvious that you have had a procedure.
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This page includes a list of some of the most common cosmetic surgeries chosen by men.
A facelift is an excellent way to take years off your appearance. When done properly, it is both dramatic and subtle, tightening the skin of the face and reducing lines and wrinkles. Read more.
Just like women, men frequently find that the upper eyelid begins to lose laxity and hang over the eye, sometimes so much that it impairs vision. This one issue can cause a man to look considerably older than his years. Eyelid surgery removes this excess skin so that there is no longer an overhanging lid.
This surgery is also capable of removing eye bags or sagging skin from the lower eyelid. Read more.
Some men experience wrinkles in the forehead and/or drooping eyebrows. A brow lift (sometimes called a forehead lift) is an excellent way to correct these problems, creating a younger appearance in the forehead and eyebrow area. Read more.
Ear surgery is performed on men with protruding or misshapen ears. It can also correct injuries to the structure of the ear, make large ears smaller, and make the ears more symmetrical. Read more.
Nose Reshaping / Rhinoplasty
Rhinoplasty or nose reshaping has long been a popular procedure with men. A broken, wide, crooked, or prominent nose can cause a loss of self-confidence. This surgery can make a big difference in a man’s appearance. Read more.
Male Breast Reduction (Gynecomastia)
Gynecomastia is a condition in which boys and men develop excess breast tissue. This can be very embarrassing, hindering a man’s social life and preventing him from removing his shirt even on the beach. Surgery to correct the condition may be limited to Liposuction or may require removal of breast tissue and possibly excess skin as well. This condition is sometimes covered by insurance.
Diet and exercise do not always address pockets of fat, particularly on the abdomen, buttocks, thighs, waistline, and/or chin. Liposuction is a surgical procedure in which suction is used to remove the excess fat tissue to achieve a slimmer appearance in the treated area. Read more.
Tummy Tuck / Abdominoplasty
An abdominoplasty or tummy tuck provides a tighter, slimmer abdomen by removing excess skin and fat that has not responded to diet and exercise. Following significant weight loss, the abdominal wall will often require tightening with rows of buried, deep sutures to narrow the waistline. Read more.
Body Contouring After Massive Weight Loss
After bariatric surgery or significant weight loss, excess skin and pockets of fat often remain. Body contouring surgeries can include any or all of the surgeries on this page in order to reshape the body for a smoother, tighter, more pleasing appearance. Read more.
Botox Cosmetic for Men – What, Why, Where
Top 5 Myths about Men and Botox:
- You’ll look like you had work done
- Takes too much time
- Only for women
- New and untested
- For your lips
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