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Cosmetic Surgery for Men

With the American male grooming market now worth $3.5 billion, men seem to be changing their attitude about a number of issues that seemed previously to be the preserve of women. Feeling the need to look youthful and appear dynamic well into your 40s, 50s and 60s has led to men re-thinking their attitudes to pills, diet, exercise, face-care products and cosmetic (plastic) surgery. Men increasingly want to change the things they don’t like to see in the mirror and statistics available from the American Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery show that surgery is becoming increasingly popular with men as a way to deal with image maintenance and change.

Top five men’s cosmetic surgery procedures

  • Nose reshaping
  • Hair transplantation
  • Eyelid surgery
  • Liposuction
  • Breast Reductions (Gynecomastia)

Body improvement for men

Surgery to create 6 pack abs, bulging pecs and buttock enhancements are becoming more and more popular. Cosmetic surgery appeals to our quick-fix, no hassle approach to life. Men are overcoming the idea of body improvements being false, plastic, not real, or something they haven’t worked for, and focusing on fine tuning their body for the look that they have been unable to achieve by healthy diet and exercise alone. Sometimes, though, we have unrealistic expections of the cosmetic procedure as the “thing” that will cure all of the problems we may have, instead of a way to enhance our body image and just feel more confident about the way we look.

NewMeTJ provides the following Surgeries for Men:

  • Abdominal etching
  • Buttock enhancement
  • Bariatric Surgery
  • Calf implants
  • Chest implants
  • Circumcision
  • Face (facelift, eyelid surgery, etc)
  • Gynecomastia
  • Liposculpure
  • Nose (nose reshaping)
  • Soft lift

Before you consider having a Cosmetic Surgery Dr. Alfredo Harris always suggests:

  • be realistic about the outcome of surgery.
  • make sure you understand the risks involved.
  • prior to surgery stop smoking and drinking alcohol.
  • get as fit and healthy as possible.
  • seek advice if you are taking any medication, are overweight, have on-going health problems or conditions. It may be that you are not fit enough and the risks are too great for you to undergo this type of elective surgery.