Male Spesific Plastic Surgery

The popularity of cosmetic surgery for men has increased steadily over time. Men want to have a well-proportioned nose, a rejuvenated appearance, and a smaller waist.


What can men expect when they decide to get plastic surgery?

Maintaining one’s youthful appearance is highly valued in society. Men of all ages and backgrounds are turning to cosmetic surgery to improve their looks.

For guys, enhancing their noses, features, and waistlines is a typical desire. A variety of strategies must be used to achieve these goals, including skin thickness and beard length, as well as body type.


Male Breast Reduction Surgery

Gynecomastia surgery, or male breast reduction, is an option for men with large breasts who want to get rid of them.

How does gynecomastia surgery work?

This kind of surgery is used to reduce breast size, to flatten the chest and to improve the chest shape in men.

In severe cases of gynecomastia, the breasts may droop and even expand the areola due to the additional weight from excess tissue (the dark skin surrounding the nipple). Surgery can sometimes change the size and location of the areola as well as any extra skin.

A reduction mammoplasty is a medical term for a procedure that shrinks the size of the breasts.

What are the signs and symptoms of gynecomastia, and how can they be identified?

Symptoms include extremely large or overdeveloped breasts in guys of all ages, regardless of gender. In certain cases, it is likely that the condition is a result of hormonal shifts, obesity, or the use of specific medications.

Gynecomastia might make you feel depressed and make you doubt your own abilities. Some men may even avoid engaging in sexual behavior out of shame.

A few of the side effects of gynecomastia include:

  • There is a lot of fat concentrated in a small area.

  • Excessive glandular growth

  • Excessive breast skin may occur at times.

  • Either one breast or both breasts might be present (both breasts).


Botulinum toxin, which patients often call “Botox,” is a common injectable used to reduce or get rid of lines and wrinkles on the face.

Botulinum toxin may be used for a variety of purposes:

  • Smooth crow’s feet, forehead furrows, frown lines, lip lines, and bunny lines.

  • Dimish neck bands

  • Improve the appearance of skin dimpling around the chin

  • Lift the corners of the mouth.

  • Soften a square jawline

  • Correcting a gummy smile

Eyelid surgery

Eyelid surgery Surgery to enhance the look of the eyelids, also called “blepharoplasty,” is performed under general anesthesia. Upper or lower lids may be operated on, or both.

The following conditions may be addressed with eyelid surgery:

  • Loose or sagging skin that creates folds or disturbs the natural contour of the upper eyelid, sometimes impairing vision.

  • Fatty deposits that appear as puffiness in the eyelids

  • Bags under the eyes

  • Drooping lower eyelids that reveal white below the iris

  • Lower eyelid excess skin and fine wrinkles


Liposuction, or “Lipo”, is a term used by patients to describe the procedure, which removes extra fat and improves body contours and proportions.

Liposuction may be used to treat the following conditions:

  • Thighs

  • Buttocks and hips

  • Abdomen and waist

  • Upper arms

  • Backs

  • Inner knee

  • Chest area

  • Cheeks, chin, and neck

  • Calfs and ankles

Neck lift

A neck lift involves surgically reshaping the jawline and neck to remove sagging skin and wrinkles.

The neck lifting procedure may cure the following conditions:

  • Excess fat and skin relaxation in the lower face create jowls

  • Excess fatty deposits under the chin

  • Loose neck skin

  • Muscle banding in the neck, which created abnormal contours