Common Plastic Surgeries for Men

When people think of plastic surgery, the first thing that usually comes to mind is women having their noses or breasts done. However, plastic surgeries for men have become more common in the past few years.

Whether you are considering a simple, non-surgical nose job or a full-blown tummy tuck surgery, you are sure to find exactly what you are looking for here at Daniel Man MD. There is a wide range of cosmetic surgeries available that will enhance the aesthetic appearance of the face and other parts of the body. By knowing the most common ones for men, you will have a better idea of what is in store for you to try.

  1. Liposuction

Liposuction is consistently on the top of the most common cosmetic procedures across the board, so it’s not surprising that it lands in the top spot for men, too. However, it doesn’t mean that men and women want the same results. Men want to be defined, not thin. They just want to get rid of the extra love handles and retain the manly contours that make them look stronger.

  1. Rhinoplasty

A well-proportioned face is beautiful, whether you are a man or a woman. If you are unhappy with how your nose looks with the rest of your face, having it corrected by a plastic surgeon is the solution. A rhinoplasty requires experience, a discerning eye for art, and a clear understanding of facial anatomy. The key to a successful male rhinoplasty is to reshape (or correct) the shape of the nose without making it look feminine.

  1. Hair Transplant

Although baldness has become a fashion statement in recent years, some men are just not ready yet to embrace a head full of skin. Because of this reason, hair transplant lands a spot on this list. Most of these men can’t function without a thick coiffure, which may affect their work performance and lifestyle.

  1. Gynecomastia Surgery

Gynecomastia surgery or breast reduction for men is performed to eliminate excess fat and skin of the breast. Gynecomastia is the medical term for feminized and enlarged breasts in men. According to Mayo Clinic, it is a common condition that affects half of the men at birth and in one in every four men age 50 and above. Since this look is feminizing for men, they opt for gynecomastia surgery to correct the condition.

  1. Chin Augmentation

As mentioned, a proportioned face is a beautiful face. If the chin area and jaw are limited by lack of growth, it looks less masculine for men. Your plastic surgeon can enhance your jawline’s look by doing a combination of chin augmentation and liposuction of the jaw area to create a more sculpted look.

If you wish to enhance or change any physical aspect of your body, it pays to choose the best surgeon in Boca Raton with years of experience and training. Dr. Daniel Man is a board-certified plastic surgeon  who can help you achieve the best and the most natural-looking results.