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Plastic surgery for man. Learn more about it and take a look to the plastic procedures that most men are having.
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Plastic Surgery For Men

This section reviews some of the special considerations about plastic surgery for men. It won’t answer all of your questions, since a lot depends on your individual circumstances. Be sure to ask your doctor if you have any questions about the procedure you plan to have.



Plastic surgery for men such as eyelid surgery, nose surgery, and facial-implant surgery are performed essentially the same way for men and women. However, men seek a chin with better projection, more defined jawline or a nicely structured nose for example.


The ideal male body shape is considered to be trimmed and athletic-looking, with broad shoulders and chest, a flat abdomen, and a narrow hi thigh area. However, as men age, fat tends to accumulate around the abdomen, the flanks (“love handles”), the chest area (a condition called gynecomastia), and along the chin and neck. Men sometimes seek liposuction to remove these fatty areas that are resistant to diet and exercise.

In many cases, liposuction alone can effectively correct these problem areas. Men retain their skin elasticity longer than women do, and the areas of fat beneath the skin tend to be firmer and more vascular than those in women. Because of these and other factors, liposuction in men is usually very effective.

Men who have some loose, hanging skin as well as areas of excess fat may opt for a traditional excision procedure (surgical skin removal) in addition to liposuction. An excision may also be performed on gynecomastia patients whose breast enlargement is made up of mostly glandular tissue, rather than fat.



A full abdominoplasty or “tummy tuck” may be chosen by men who have hanging abdominal skin (usually the result of massive weight loss), loose abdominal muscles, and/or neglected hernias. This is a major plastic surgery, that removes excess fat, tightens the abdominal wall muscles, and trims the waistline.

Men who have a full abdominoplasty are often surprised at the long recovery period. Most patients are able to return to work up to 4 weeks after surgery. Men with good skin elasticity who have only a moderate amount of excess abdominal fat may benefit from liposuction alone.

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