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  • Three Reasons More Men Are Undergoing Plastic Surgery

    In 2013, Americans spent more money on aesthetic procedures since 2008. Dr. Grant Steven, a California based plastic surgeon, attributes this in part to the increase in number of men undergoing cosmetic surgery.  

    “Reality TV and the media in general have certainly heightened awareness of what can be done surgically and non-surgically,” notes Dr. Stevens. “Plastic surgery has become demystified taking away some of the negative stigma from having cosmetic procedures.” 

  • Pectoral Implants: Are You a Good Candidate for This Procedure?

    The beauty of living in 2015 is that cosmetic surgery is within reach of everyone. These days, if a person feels truly unhappy with the way they look, and that unhappiness is having a profound effect on their well-being and ability to function as a generally content and productive member of society, there are significantly more accessible options to fix virtually anything aesthetic now than there were even 10 years ago. 

  • Men, It's Time to Etch Those Abs For Summer!

    It seems almost too good to be true. Can we skip the gym, relax on the diet – and just see a plastic surgeon? Can a little nip and tuck actually mimic (or replace) the effects of exercise and physical fitness? 

  • Everything You Might Want to Know About Penis Enhancement, But Are Afraid to Ask

    Compared to other cosmetic procedures, breast augmentation, tummy tucks, mommy makeovers, facial fillers and the like, we hear far less about penis enhancement. Perhaps there is still significantly more stigma associated with this procedure, or perhaps it’s just not well-suited for television, but there’s simply not a lot of talk about it in almost any media, at least nothing I’m reading or on shows I’m watching, and as such, there are a lot of seemingly unanswered questions revolving around penis enhancement. For example - - How is it done? Why? 

  • Make Room Ladies - Men are Opting for Cosmetic Surgery Too

    I have always had a thing for older men. In fact, I married a man who is 15 years older than me and constantly tell him he SHOULD NOT color his gray hair (mainly because I don’t want him to walk around with a head looking like its covered in shoe polish but I digress). To me his deep-set wrinkles remind me of his distinguished life and honestly I am more attracted to him now than I was 16 years ago when we first met. Now however, the old adage that men age gracefully and are considered “distinguished and mature” is getting a bit of a re-examination among boomers.  

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