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  • Why More Men are Seeking Plastic Surgery

    Plastic surgery is no longer just for women. The growing trend of male cosmetic surgery is attributed to men wanting to look refreshed and young again. Board-certified plastic surgery, Dr. Adam Hamawy shares insight on the influx of men who are now interested in plastic surgery.  

  • Wanna Be Like Mike? Magic Mike? We’ve Got a Procedure for That!

    With the stigma surrounding plastic surgery subsiding, I’m seeing a growing influx of men coming into my practice for an aesthetic procedure and it isn’t limited to my practice either. In fact, over the past five years, the number of men undergoing plastic surgery has gone up by a whopping 43%, according to the annual statistics from the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ASAPS). More than ever, the media is playing a significant role in how men are feeling about themselves and influencing their decision to undergo plastic surgery. 

  • Are Calf Implants Stranger than Breast Implants?

    By: Dr. Jonathan Kaplan 

    A few years ago, a patient came in to see me – male, adult, healthy, in a happy marriage. However, there was something missing. His self-confidence was affected by, of all things, his poorly developed calf muscles. He had a regular exercise routine, but could not build up his calves in proportion to the rest of his body. The patient had very reasonable expectations. He wasn’t a body builder or on steroids – he was just trying to stay in shape and have a fit, toned body! 

  • Popular Surgical and Nonsurgical Aesthetic Procedures for Men

    More than one million cosmetic procedures were performed on men last year, according to ASAPS 2014 statistics. Board-certified plastic surgeon, Dr. Bruce Van Natta shares insight on the most popular surgical and nonsurgical procedures for men. 

    “Nonsurgical options for men include Botox and Dysport to get rid of fine lines, fillers, and if they are good candidates, CoolSculpting can treat problem areas around the body. A common example is the love handles. All of these are performed without surgery,” notes Dr. Van Natta. 

  • Three Surgical Approaches to Getting Rid of Man Boobs

    Gynecomastia, also referred to as man boobs, is the swelling of breast tissue in boys and men caused by an imbalance of the estrogen and testosterone hormones. In some cases, gynecomastia can be treated with medication, but in most instances surgical treatment is required. Board-certified plastic surgeon, Dr. Brad Calobrace explains three methods of treating gynecomastia surgically. 

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