An increasing number of men are opting for cosmetic surgery. The primary benefit of male aesthetic procedures is that they can provide more permanent results. According to the infographic below, the most popular plastic surgery procedures for men are liposuction, breast reduction (gynecomastia), eyelid surgery (blepharoplasty), tummy tuck, and rhinoplasty.
Recent studies show that cosmetic procedures in men account for more than 8% of all cosmetic surgeries carried out in the US and the UK, and this trend has remained consistent over the last decade. Medical experts cite the reasons behind these trends among men due to the high emphasis on looking young, attractive, and, fit. In 2019, 16.6% of men received eyelid surgeries, 12.7% of men received rhinoplasties, 12.1% received liposuction, and 4.2% received tummy tucks.
A report by The Aesthetic Society’s 2020 Plastic Surgery Trend Predictions compiled insightful data from organizations in the US that shows procedures like abdominal liposuction and body sculpting with fat transfer is the most popular among men. Other procedures such as liposuction for chest contouring coupled with magnetic muscle stimulation have also been on the rise. The report also states that gynecomastia cosmetic procedures are also growing in popularity.
Due to physiological and anatomical differences, aging in men manifests inversely compared to women. Changes in skin and subcutaneous tissues happen gradually in men instead of any sudden propensity of aging effects. If men focus their efforts on specific areas rather than the whole body, they can manage their overall appearance.
The below graphic by Male Plastic Surgery displays how renowned surgeons such as Dr. Douglas S. Steinbrech are able to help enhance men’s appearance through various plastic surgery procedures. At his New York and Los Angeles practices, they specialize in cosmetic and reconstructive surgeries that are minimally invasive and have a fast recovery time. Consult them for male aesthetic procedures such as liposuction, tummy tuck, breast reduction, eyelid surgery, and rhinoplasty.
infographic by: maleplasticsurgery.com