Most Popular Plastic Surgeries For Men

Some people view plastic surgery as largely a service for women. But statistics suggest otherwise. Recent years have seen a huge boom in the number of men who have elected to have cosmetic procedures. According to the American Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ASAPS), the number of cosmetic procedures for men increased by more than 106% in the United States from 1997 to 2012. Many men want to undergo plastic surgery to look fitter, younger, and more attractive. This benefits men in their personal lives, but the primary motive for many is to stay competitive in the business world. In many industries, looking youthful and energetic gives people a leg up in their career. Here are some of the most popular plastic surgeries for men. Nose Reshaping Nose reshaping was the most popular plastic surgery for men in the United States in 2012, as it was in many countries for many years. Nose reshaping (rhinoplasty) can alter or fix many aspects of one’s nose with which he is dissatisfied. Nose reshaping can reduce excessive width or length, correct crookedness, beaked nose, bulbous tip and flaring nostrils. Eyelid Surgery Eyelid surgery (blepharoplasty) was performed on 31,000 American men in 2009. Most men who elect for this surgery do so to reduce…

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What’s New in Plastic Surgery for 2015?

Constant medical and technological advancements continue to bring new cosmetic treatments to the market, providing improved value and less invasive techniques for patients seeking a faster recovery and more natural, subtle results. With today’s culture focusing on outer beauty as much as they’re focusing on inner beauty, more people than ever will consider going under the knife in the coming year, and these are the procedures most likely to tempt new patients: The Ponytail Facelift Most women have probably noticed that when they put their hair up in a ponytail, it helps to pull the skin tighter over their facial features. This gives them a more youthful appearance by lifting the cheeks, jowls, and brows simultaneously. A new and less-invasive technique, the ponytail facelift mimics this effect and incorporates fat transfers to help further sculpt the facial features. There is no cutting of the facial tissues, and the scars are located in a way that remains hidden underneath the patient’s hair. Because the skin is pulled up and not to the sides, it does not result in the same artificial appearance that some patients develop after multiple lateral facelifts. This procedure is designed for younger patients who would like to enjoy the benefits of a more youthful appearance without the…

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