Think that plastic surgery is just for women? Think again – more men than ever are discovering how plastic surgery can help them look younger, thinner, and much more rejuvenated. In fact, according to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, it’s estimated that over 214,000 men underwent plastic surgery in 2016 alone (a 3% increase from 2015).
So what explains the rise in male plastic surgery patients? Simple – men want to look more refreshed and rejuvenated. As men get older, they’re discovering that minimizing the appearance of wrinkles and getting trimmer helps make them look more energetic and focused, all while enjoying the maturity and experience that comes with age. These reasons explain why the top plastic surgery treatments for men include:
The most popular non-surgical cosmetic treatments for men include:
- Facial Fillers
- Laser hair removal
- Photofacial rejuvenation
- Laser resurfacing
At board certified plastic surgeon Dr. Sean Doherty’s plastic surgery practice in Boston, many male patients are looking for procedures that help them look more refreshed and ready to take on the world. Here are a few common complaints that are addressed by Dr. Doherty at his practice:
- Sagging skin: Facelifts and neck lifts can be excellent – and aggressive – solutions for sagging facial skin.
- Wrinkles and fine lines: Botox injections are an excellent solution to lines on the forehead and eyes. Dermal fillers can fill out wrinkles and folds around the cheeks, nose and mouth. Some dermal fillers can even be used to add youth-enhancing volume to the cheeks.
- Male breasts: Gynecomastia surgery is on the rise, as more men are ready to say goodbye to man-boobs. Liposuction can eliminate male breast tissue, while skin-tightening procedures can tighten and tone any sagging skin that’s been left behind.
Interested in learning more about the most popular plastic surgery procedures for men? Schedule a consultation with Dr. Doherty at his plastic surgery practices in downtown Boston (Newbury Street) or in Brookline, MA, by calling (617) 450-0070 or filling out the form on this page. Dr. Doherty can help you discover which treatment is right for your particular needs.