Cosmetic Surgery Increases For Men
June 10, 2016
COSMETIC SURGERY INCREASES FOR MEN!
There is growing interest in cosmetic plastic surgery for men as reported by the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS). Miguel Delgado, M.D. states that he has seen an increase in surgery for men in his practice.
Men make up 10 percent of surgical procedures for 2015, however, the increase for men is over 325% since 1997.
MASCULINE RESULTS SPUR POPULARITY
Men usually do not discuss their desire for cosmetic surgery. However the statistics for 2015 by ASPS showed an increase for many procedures such as;
- Liposuction (the number one procedure for male and female) male breast reduction, increased more than 25% last year
- Eyelid Surgery up to 14%
- Facelifts and Rhinoplasty has increased 26%
The popularity for men is attributed to the masculine results that Board Certified Plastic Surgeons have attained.
NON-SURGICAL OPTIONS OFFER ALTERNATIVE TO SURGERY
However, some men may not be ready for cosmetic surgery. There are many non-surgical treatments available that can turn the clock back and would make an excellent Father’s Day gift,
such as; injectables including:
- Botox for smoothing out wrinkles
- Fillers to replace lost volume and restore masculine facial features
- Kybella to get rid of the double chin
- CoolSculpting to freeze unwanted love handles
- Palomar Icon Laser for skin treatments
to treat unwanted facial vessels, sun damage, scars and unwanted facial (ears, nose) and body hair (back, neck)
DOES DAD COMPLAIN ABOUT HIS LOVE HANDLES?
Consider a CoolSculpting treatment to freeze and reduce his annoying fat deposits.
GROOM YOUR GROOM SPECIAL!
Bring that special man in your life to the office for a Kybella, IPL, or a CoolSculpting treatment and receive 10 units of Botox free!
MEN… NEVER HAD BOTOX BEFORE?
Schedule your appointment with us and receive 10% off!
*Specials expire June 30, 2016
WHY NOT SCHEDULE A CONSULTATION?
Schedule an appointment for that special man in your life today (415) 898-4161 with Miguel Delgado, M.D. and let him discuss the procedure of his choice.