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Male patient with surgery marks on his face for plastic surgeryAlthough plastic surgery is commonly mistaken as a surgery primarily designed for women, the number of male cosmetic procedures has continued to grow. The desire to look and feel our best is not an aspiration reserved for women but is something that is shared by all. Statistics show that more men are opting for both surgical and minimally invasive cosmetic procedures.


For both men and women, the skin around the eyes is the first to showcase the telling signs of aging, sun damage, and lifestyle choices. As this skin is the thinnest on the body, it doesn’t take much for it to begin to sag, droop, develop puffiness, and age your overall appearance. By trimming away, tightening, and removing excess pockets of fat, blepharoplasty can return youthfulness to the eye area that will shine across your entire face, opening your eyes to a whole new you.


Unfortunately, all of the hours spent at the gym and protein-packed diets aren’t always enough to rid you of the stubborn pockets of fat that interfere with your desired masculine physique. Love handles, upper arms, thighs, neck, and your abdomen are all areas in which these exercise-resistant pockets develop. Instead of settling for them, liposuction can easily remove these pockets, leaving you leaner, slimmer, and more toned without doing those extra few hundred crunches.


Rhinoplasty continues to be a gold standard amongst men and women. Rhinoplasty, or nose reshaping, can alter and improve a nose impacted by injury or by birth and can leave you with a more balanced, contoured, and confident look.

BOTOX® Cosmetic

With nearly half a million treatments in men in 2016, BOTOX® Cosmetic reigns king of minimally invasive procedures. With no downtime and minimal irritation, if any, BOTOX® Cosmetic tightens and brightens the areas around the eyes and brows. These tiny injections provide major improvements.

Gynecomastia Surgery

Excess tissue, fat, and skin in the breast area can cause significant damage to a man’s confidence and self-esteem. Enlarged breasts in men (gynecomastia) can be caused by the use of steroids and other drugs, hormone fluctuations, or genetics. Gynecomastia surgery can sculpt and contour the chest area using both liposuction techniques and small incisions to leave you with a firm, sleek, and confidence-boosting chest.