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  • Men and Plastic Surgery

    Today we're seeing more people in general, including men, becoming more interested in opting for plastic surgery or beauty-enhancing treatments. Why are more men saying yes to aesthetic procedures than ever before? ASAPS member and board-certified plastic surgeon Hampton Howell, MD explains why more men are open to giving treatments a try within the aesthetic cosmetic and plastic surgery spaces.  

    When considering any treatment, your board-certified plastic surgeon will help select the treatment options that best suit your needs and will deliver the desired results.  

  • Popular Male Plastic Surgery Procedures That Make a Difference

    More men are seeking aesthetic treatments and refinements, particularly when it comes to getting rid of sagging skin and the puffiness under the eyes. Board-certified plastic surgeon, Dr. Kevin Smith describes the cosmetic procedures men are getting and why.  

  • 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.  

  • 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. 

  • 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.” 

  • I Saw A Refreshed Version of Myself After Botox

    As James stared at his reflection in the mirror, he realized he’d started developing wrinkles on his face. He consulted with his board-certified plastic surgeon about getting Botox. “There is a new way of thinking when it comes to anti-aging. It is not just about the big facelift it is also about the minor touch-ups throughout your decades,” explained James. 

  • Why Male Plastic Surgery Procedures Are on the Rise

    According to the 2014 cosmetic surgery statistics, male aesthetic procedures went up 43% over a five year period. Dr. Grant Stevens, a board-certified plastic surgeon based in Marina Del Rey, California explains why male aesthetic procedures are on the rise. 

  • Chin Surgery Options for Men

    Board-certified plastic surgeon, Dr. David Kahn who is based in Palo Alto, California, explains the two options in chin surgery. 

    ”Depending on what you want to change, there are two options, if it is to increase the size of your chin, you can either cut the bone and advance it or you can add a chin implant,” explains Dr. Kahn. 

    Chin surgery or chin implants are designed to rejuvenate your facial contours and provide balance to your facial features. 

  • Getting Rid of Man Boobs

    In 2013, there were 22,638 procedures performed to treat Gynecomastia, (breast reduction surgery performed on men), according to the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery’s 2013 statistics. Dr. Daniel Man, board-certified plastic surgeon explains that men can be perfectly healthy and have extra tissue in their breast that may be a challenge to eliminate based on diet and exercise alone.  

    “Most men want to have this surgery performed because they feel uncomfortable going to the pool or the beach and it causes them mental anguish.” 

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