The Man’s Guide to Plastic Surgery

The number of men seeking plastic surgery in Las Vegas is increasing. In the competitive job market, men realize that a polished, professional image can give them an advantage when seeking a job or a promotion. Some of the most frequent procedures requested by my male clients include:

  • Facelift

The facelift techniques I use for men are subtle and natural so as to avoid an overly feminine appearance. Facelift surgery can be performed on men of any age, but most patients are between 40 and 60 years of age. I take care to hide incisions in discrete locations since my male patients usually have short hair. After surgery, men enjoy less sagging skin around the neck and jawline, fewer wrinkles and a more refreshed look overall.

  • Male Chest Reduction

Gynecomastia is the formal name for enlarged male breasts. This condition usually appears during developmental stages, such as the onset of puberty, but it can occur as a result of aging as well. Chest reduction surgery removes extra glandular tissue and fat in order to create a flatter, more sculpted chest. In some cases, liposuction can be used.

  • Liposuction

Many men are prone to gaining weight in the abdominal area, which results in extra fat around the midsection, sometimes referred to as a “spare tire.” When a healthful diet and fitness routine prove insufficient, liposuction is a great option. Liposuction removes small pockets of fat to create sleeker body contours. Liposuction is not a weight-loss procedure. Its goal is to fine-tune specific areas of the body. When combined with an active lifestyle, liposuction results are very long-lasting.

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