All For Men News

  • Listen up men: Prevent buttock loss!

    Men have always suffered the indignities of hair loss, but the Australian Financial Review suggests if you're over 40, you may also be a victim of buttock loss. 

    Not every man suffers from loss of buttock volume. It is more likely in men who spend their days sitting or, worse, sitting tilted forward over a keyboard. To add insult, your buttock fullness may migrate forward to your belly if it doesn't just 'flat out' disappear. 

  • Are men feeling pressured to use Botox?

    Plastic surgeons in the U.S. are seeing an increase in men seeking Botox injections to secure a younger-looking face, according to Market Watch. The news source reported that Botox injections among male patients rose 6 percent from 2011 to 2012, while there has been an overall 20 percent increase in plastic surgery procedures for men since 2000. 

  • Why are more men getting plastic surgery?

    Every plastic surgery patient has his or her own personal reasons for going under the knife, but there are general trends that cosmetic surgeons see amongst their clients. For men in particular, there are a number of different catalysts that may encourage a guy to get a little nip and tuck. Some of the most common may be surprising. 

  • Increasing number of men zapping fat without surgery

    If you're a man who is troubled by "love handles" or overly-large male breasts, you are not alone. A Los Angeles plastic surgeon told the LA Times that 43 percent of his body-contouring patients are men, wanting to rid themselves of unattractive fat in these areas. 

  • What plastic surgery procedures are men getting?

    When you picture the typical plastic surgery patient in your mind, odds are you envision a middle aged woman seeking out a facelift procedure or breast implants. However, the number of men going under the knife has been steadily increasing for a long time now as more guys realize that plastic surgeons can help them address some of their body woes. In fact, last year, American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ASAPS) doctors performed nearly 1 million cosmetic procedures on male patients, accounting for nearly 10 percent of the total. 

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